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Regulatory Capacity Review of Kenya

ABUSES ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING ACT OF PARLIAMENT ACTIONS ACTS ACTS OF PARLIAMENT ADMINISTRATIVE BURDEN ADMINISTRATIVE BURDENS ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW ADVISORY SERVICES AMENDMENT ANTI-CORRUPTION APPLICABLE LAW APPROPRIATION BILL APPROPRIATION BILLS ATTORNEY GENERAL AUDITOR AUDITOR GENERAL BEST PRACTICE BEST PRACTICES BRIBES BUSINESS REGULATION BUSINESS REGULATIONS CABINET CABINET COMMITTEE CABINET FOR APPROVAL CABINET OFFICE CANDIDATES CASE LAW CIVIL SERVANTS CIVIL SOCIETY COALITION GOVERNMENT CODE OF CONDUCT COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY COMMERCIAL LAWS COMMITTEE MEETINGS COMMITTEE ON REGULATORY REFORM COMMON LAW COMPETITION POLICY COMPETITIVE MARKETS COMPETITORS CONFIDENCE CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS CONSTITUENCY CONSULTATION CONSULTATIONS COPYRIGHT CORPORATE INCOME TAX CORRUPTION LEGISLATION CRIME CRIMINAL CUSTOMARY LAW DEMOCRATIC STATE DISCRETION DRAFT LEGISLATION ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC MINISTRY ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE ELECTION ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATION ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ETHICS EXECUTIVE BRANCH FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION FINAL DRAFT FINAL REPORT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOREIGN AFFAIRS FREEDOM OF INFORMATION GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNANCE INITIATIVES GOVERNMENT AGENCIES GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS GOVERNMENT POLICY GOVERNMENT REFORM GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS IMPACT OF REGULATIONS INFORMAL SECTOR INITIATIVE INSTITUTIONALIZATION INTEGRITY INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONS INVESTIGATOR ISLAMIC LAW JAIL JUDICIAL SYSTEM JUDICIARY JURISDICTIONS JUSTICE LAW REFORM LAWS LAWYERS LEADERSHIP LEGAL DRAFTING LEGAL OPINIONS LEGAL REFORM LEGAL SERVICES LEGAL SYSTEM LEGISLATION LEGISLATIVE POWER LEGISLATIVE POWERS LEGISLATIVE PROCESS LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS LOCAL ELECTIONS MANUFACTURING SECTOR MEDIA MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT MINISTER OF FINANCE OFFICIAL SECRETS PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATION PARLIAMENTARY PRESIDENT PARLIAMENTARY PROCESS PATRONAGE POLICE POLICY DEVELOPMENT POLICY FRAMEWORK POLICY INSTRUMENT POLICY INSTRUMENTS POLICY ISSUES POLICY OPTIONS POLICY PRINCIPLES POLICY PROPOSALS POLICY STATEMENT POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT POLITICAL ISSUES POLITICAL PARTICIPATION POLITICAL PARTIES POLITICAL PARTY PRIME MINISTER PRIME MINISTERS PROCUREMENT PROFESSIONAL BODIES PROSECUTIONS PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC COMPLAINTS PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS PUBLIC DOCUMENTS PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SUPPORT QUALITY REGULATION REGULATORS REGULATORY ACTIVITIES REGULATORY AGENDA REGULATORY DEVELOPMENT REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY IMPACT REGULATORY IMPACT ANALYSIS REGULATORY INITIATIVES REGULATORY INSTRUMENTS REGULATORY ISSUES REGULATORY MANAGEMENT REGULATORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REGULATORY POLICIES REGULATORY POLICY REGULATORY PROCESS REGULATORY PROCESSES REGULATORY PROPOSALS REGULATORY PURPOSES REGULATORY REFORM REGULATORY REFORM POLICY REGULATORY REFORM STRATEGY REGULATORY REFORMS REGULATORY REGIMES REGULATORY RESPONSIBILITIES REGULATORY STANDARDS REGULATORY SYSTEM SANCTIONS SCANDAL SECOND READING SERVICE DELIVERY SOLICITOR GENERAL STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATIONS STANDING COMMITTEE STANDING ORDER STANDING ORDERS STATUTE LAW STATUTORY OBLIGATION STATUTORY REQUIREMENT SUFFRAGE THIRD READING TRANSPARENCY VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE
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Washington, DC
Africa | Kenya
2017-08-15T20:22:55Z | 2017-08-15T20:22:55Z | 2010

Regulatory reform has emerged as an important policy area in developing countries. For reforms to be beneficial, regulatory regimes need to be transparent, coherent, and comprehensive. They must establish appropriate institutional frameworks and liberalized business regulations; enforce competition policy and law; and open external and internal markets to trade and investment. This report examines the institutional set-up for and use of regulatory policy instruments in Kenya. It is one of five reports prepared on countries in East and Southern Africa (the others are on Zambia, Uganda, Rwanda, and Tanzania). The report is based on a review of public documents prepared by the government, donors, and the private sector, and on a limited number of interviews with key institutions and individuals.

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