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Regulatory Capacity Review : East African Community

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE BORDER CONTROLS BORDER POST BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CABINET MINISTER CAPACITY BUILDING CHECKS COMMERCE COMMERCIAL LAWS COMMON MARKET COMMON MARKETS COMMUNITY INVESTMENT COMPETITIVE PRESSURES COMPETITIVENESS CONSULTATION POLICY CONSULTATION PROCESS CONSULTING STAKEHOLDERS CONSUMER BENEFITS CONSUMER CHOICE CONSUMER DEMANDS CONSUMER PROTECTION CONVERGENCE COPYRIGHT CLEARANCE COPYRIGHT CLEARANCE CENTER COST OF CAPITAL COUNCIL REGULATIONS COUNTRY TO COUNTRY CREDIBILITY CUSTOMS CUSTOMS UNION DEMOCRACY DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION DRAFT LEGISLATION DRAFT REGULATIONS DYNAMIC EFFECTS ECONOMIC BENEFITS ECONOMIC COMMUNITY ECONOMIC INTEGRATION ECONOMIC TERMS ECONOMIES OF SCALE EXTERNAL TARIFF EXTERNAL TARIFFS FAIR FINANCIAL INCENTIVE FINANCIAL MARKETS FINANCIAL TRANSFERS FOREIGN AFFAIRS FORM OF REGULATION FREE TRADE FREE TRADE AGREEMENT FREE TRADE AREA GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY HARMONIZATION HARMONIZING REGULATIONS HOUSEHOLD INCOME IMPACT ANALYSIS INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITIES INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTRUMENT INTEREST GROUPS INTERNAL MARKET INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INVESTMENT CLIMATE INVESTMENT POLICY INVESTMENT REGIME JUDICIAL SYSTEM JURISDICTION JURISDICTIONS LABOR COSTS LEGAL ACTION LEGAL AUTHORITIES LEGAL COUNSEL LEGAL DRAFTING LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL INSTRUMENTS LEGAL REQUIREMENT LEGAL SYSTEM LEGAL TEXT LEGISLATION LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY LEVIES LOCAL MARKET LONG-TERM INVESTMENTS MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT MARKET COMPETITION MARKET ENTRY MARKET INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET REFORM MARKET REFORMS MEMBER STATE MEMBER STATES MINISTER MINISTERS MONETARY UNION MUTUAL RECOGNITION NATIONAL BORDERS NATIONAL LAWS NATIONAL POLICIES NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY NON-TARIFF BARRIERS NONTARIFF BARRIERS OUTPUT OUTPUTS PEER PRESSURE POLICY DEVELOPMENT POLITICAL ECONOMY POLITICAL INTEGRATION PRIVATE INTERESTS PRIVATE SECTOR PROFESSIONAL STAFF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC COMMITMENT PUBLIC CONSULTATION PUBLIC HEARINGS PUBLIC REGISTRY PUBLIC SECTOR QUALITY REGULATION RED TAPE REDUCING POVERTY REFORM PROGRAM REFORM PROGRAMS REFORM SCENARIO REGIONAL ARRANGEMENTS REGIONAL INITIATIVES REGIONAL INTEGRATION REGIONAL LEVEL REGIONAL POLICIES REGIONAL TRADE REGULATORY ACTIVITIES REGULATORY AGENCIES REGULATORY APPROACH REGULATORY AUTHORITY REGULATORY BARRIERS REGULATORY BODIES REGULATORY CAPACITIES REGULATORY CAPACITY REGULATORY CHANGES REGULATORY CONSTRAINT REGULATORY CONSTRAINTS REGULATORY COSTS REGULATORY DECISIONS REGULATORY FORA REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY GOVERNANCE REGULATORY IMPACT REGULATORY INITIATIVES REGULATORY INSTITUTIONS REGULATORY INSTRUMENTS REGULATORY ISSUES REGULATORY MECHANISMS REGULATORY OPTIONS REGULATORY POLICIES REGULATORY PRACTICE REGULATORY PRACTICES REGULATORY PROCESS REGULATORY PROGRAM REGULATORY PROPOSALS REGULATORY REFORM REGULATORY REFORM STRATEGY REGULATORY REFORMS REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS REGULATORY REVIEWS REGULATORY SOLUTIONS REGULATORY SYSTEM REGULATORY SYSTEMS RETURN SINGLE MARKET SOCIAL SECURITY SPREAD STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION STANDING COMMITTEE STANDING COMMITTEES STRUCTURAL CHANGES SUBSIDIARY RIGHTS TARIFF RATES TARIFF REDUCTIONS TAX TAX HARMONIZATION TECHNICAL EXPERTS TRADE NEGOTIATIONS TRADE UNION TRADING TRADITIONAL FORMS OF REGULATION TRANSACTIONS COSTS TRANSPARENCY TREATIES TREATY
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Washington, DC
Africa | East Africa
2017-08-14T20:48:40Z | 2017-08-14T20:48:40Z | 2011

The regulatory capacity review of the East African Community (EAC) focuses on the capacities of the EAC institutional framework to develop, implement, and sustain the efficient, transparent, and market-based regulatory system that is needed to achieve the economic benefits of the EAC common market. This report argues that the EAC institutions will be successful in implementing the common market only if they safeguard the quality of regulatory practices. This is a highly pragmatic and operational agenda. Quality principles can be applied only if they are defined and institutionalized into the machinery of policy making. The idea is that, just as fiscal management can increase social welfare by better allocating resources, so can regulatory governance.

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