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Regulatory Capacity Review of Uganda

ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF PARLIAMENT ACTIVE PARTICIPATION ACTS OF PARLIAMENT ADMINISTRATIVE BURDENS ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITY ADVISORY SERVICES AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ALTERNATIVES TO REGULATION AMENDMENT ANTI-CORRUPTION ANTICORRUPTION APPLICABLE LAW BASIC SERVICES BEST PRACTICE BEST PRACTICES BILLS BUSINESS REGULATION BUSINESS REGULATIONS CABINET CABINET APPROVAL CABINET DECISION CABINET MINISTERS CABINET OFFICE CABINETS CANDIDATES CAREER DEVELOPMENT CASTING VOTE CENTRAL GOVERNMENTS CIVIL LAWS CIVIL LITIGATION CIVIL SERVANTS CIVIL SOCIETY CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS CODE OF CONDUCT COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY COMMERCIAL LAWS COMMITTEE OF CABINET COMMON LAW COMPETITION POLICY COMPETITIVE MARKETS COMPLAINT COMPLAINTS CONFLICT RESOLUTION CONSTITUENCIES CONSTITUTIONS CONSULTATION CONSULTATION GUIDELINES CONSULTATION PROCESS CONSULTATIONS COPYRIGHT CORRUPTION CORRUPTION PERCEPTION CORRUPTION PERCEPTION INDEX CRIME CRIMINAL CUSTOMARY LAW DECISION MAKING DEMOCRACY DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES DEREGULATION DRAFT POLICIES DRAFT POLICY ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE ECONOMIC POLICIES ECONOMIC REFORM ECONOMIES OF SCALE ELECTION ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATION ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS EXECUTIVE BRANCH EXPENDITURES FAIR ELECTIONS FINAL REPORT FINANCIAL IMPLICATION FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINES FOREIGN AFFAIRS FOREIGN PARTNERS GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNANCE INITIATIVES GOVERNMENT ACTIONS GOVERNMENT AGENCIES GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS GOVERNMENT POLICIES GOVERNMENT POLICY GOVERNMENT POWERS GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS GOVERNORS HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IMPACT ANALYSIS INFORMAL SECTOR INITIATIVE INSTITUTIONALIZATION INSURGENCY INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL MARKETS JUDICIAL SYSTEM JUDICIARY JUSTICE LABOR FORCE LAW REFORM LAWS LAWYER LAWYERS LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP CODE LEGAL ADVICE LEGAL EDUCATION LEGAL FIRMS LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL INFORMATION LEGAL INSTRUMENTS LEGAL REFORM LEGAL SERVICES LEGAL SYSTEM LEGISLATION LEGISLATIONS LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY LEGISLATIVE CHANGES LEGISLATIVE POWERS LOCAL LAWS MALFEASANCE MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK MEDIA MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT MINISTER OF FINANCE MINISTERS MINISTERS OF STATE NATIONAL STANDARDS NATURAL RESOURCES PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE PARLIAMENTARY COUNSEL POLICE POLICY ANALYSIS POLICY DEVELOPMENT POLICY INSTRUMENT POLICY INSTRUMENTS POLICY PROPOSAL POLICY PROPOSALS POPULAR PARTICIPATION PREFERENTIAL PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT PRIME MINISTER PRIVATIZATION PROCUREMENT PROFESSIONAL BODIES PROPOSALS TO CABINET PROSECUTION PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC ENTERPRISE PUBLIC INFORMATION PUBLIC OFFICIALS PUBLIC POLICY PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SERVANTS PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICES QUALITY REGULATION QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATION MAKING REGULATORS REGULATORY AGENCY REGULATORY AGENDA REGULATORY BURDEN REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT FOR BUSINESS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY GOALS REGULATORY IMPACT REGULATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT REGULATORY IMPACTS REGULATORY INSTRUMENTS REGULATORY ISSUES REGULATORY OPTIONS REGULATORY POLICIES REGULATORY POLICY REGULATORY PRACTICE REGULATORY PROCESS REGULATORY REFORM REGULATORY REFORM POLICY REGULATORY REFORMS REGULATORY REGIMES REGULATORY RESPONSIBILITIES REGULATORY SYSTEMS REMEDIES REPRESENTATIVES RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW OF REGULATIONS RULE OF LAW SECOND READING SENIOR MANAGEMENT SENIOR MANAGERS STANDING COMMITTEES STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS SUFFRAGE TAX RATES TAXATION TRANSPARENCY VISAS VOTING WAGES
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Washington, DC
Africa | Uganda
2017-08-15T20:16:50Z | 2017-08-15T20:16:50Z | 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 analyses the institutional set-up and use of regulatory policy instruments in Uganda. It is one of five reports prepared on countries in East and Southern Africa (the others are on Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Zambia), and represents an attempt to apply assessment tools and the framework developed by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in its work on regulatory capacity and performance to developing countries.

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