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Better Regulation for Growth : Governance Frameworks and Tools for Effective Regulatory Reform

ABUSE ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATIVE BURDENS ADVISORY SERVICES AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION ALTERNATIVES TO REGULATION AMENDMENT ANTI-CORRUPTION ASSETS ATTORNEY GENERAL AUDITOR AUDITS BEST PRACTICE BUREAUCRATIC DISCRETION BUSINESS CLIMATE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS FACILITATION BUSINESS INDICATORS BUSINESS REGISTRATION BUSINESS REGULATIONS BUSINESSES CABINET APPROVAL CABINET DECISION CABINET OFFICE CABINET SECRETARY CAPACITY BUILDING CIVIL SOCIETY CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS CODE OF CONDUCT COLLAPSE COMMERCE COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY COMPETITION POLICY COMPETITIVE MARKETS COMPETITIVENESS COMPETITORS COMPLAINTS CONFIDENCE CONSULTATION CONSULTATION PROCEDURES CONSULTATION PROCESS CONSULTATIONS CONSULTATIVE PROCESS COPYRIGHT CORRUPT CORRUPT PRACTICES CORRUPTION PREVENTION COST-EFFECTIVENESS CRIME CUSTOM CUSTOMS DEBT DEMOCRACY DEPUTY MINISTER DEPUTY MINISTERS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES DISCRETION DRAFT LEGISLATION DRAFT POLICY E-MAIL ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE ECONOMIC POLICIES ECONOMICS ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATION ENTERPRISE SURVEY ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTS EQUIPMENT EXPENDITURES FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOREIGN AFFAIRS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTMENT GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT ACTION GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION GOVERNMENT AGENCIES GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS GOVERNMENT POLICIES GOVERNMENT POLICY GOVERNMENT PRIORITIES GROWTH PATH GUIDELINES FOR REGULATORS ICT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN INCOME INEQUALITIES INFORMAL CONSULTATION INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE INNOVATION INSPECTION INSPECTION PROCEDURES INSTITUTION INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORKS INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INVESTIGATIONS INVESTIGATOR JUDICIAL SYSTEM JUDICIARY JUSTICE JUSTICES LAWS LAWYER LAWYERS LEGAL AID LEGAL ENVIRONMENT LEGAL SERVICES LEGAL SYSTEM LEGISLATION LEGISLATIVE POWER LICENSES MANUFACTURING MATERIAL MEDIA MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MINISTER MINISTERS MONOPOLY ONE-STOP SHOP PATENTS POLICY ANALYSIS POLICY COMMITTEE POLICY CONSULTATIONS POLICY DECISIONS POLICY DEVELOPMENT POLICY DEVELOPMENT PROCESS POLICY ENVIRONMENT POLICY GOALS POLICY INSTRUMENT POLICY INSTRUMENTS POLICY PROPOSAL POLICY PROPOSALS POLICY STATEMENTS POPULATION GROWTH PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PRIVATIZATION PROCEDURAL MECHANISMS PROCUREMENT PROCUREMENT POLICY PROSECUTIONS PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS PUBLIC DOCUMENTS PUBLIC DOMAIN PUBLIC OFFICIALS PUBLIC POLICIES PUBLIC PRESSURE PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SUPPORT QUALITY REGULATION QUALITY STANDARDS QUERIES REGULATORS REGULATORY ACTIVITIES REGULATORY ACTIVITY REGULATORY AGENCIES REGULATORY ALTERNATIVES REGULATORY COMPLIANCE REGULATORY DECISIONS REGULATORY DEVELOPMENT REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY FUNCTIONS REGULATORY IMPACT REGULATORY IMPACT ANALYSIS REGULATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT REGULATORY INSTRUMENTS REGULATORY MANAGEMENT REGULATORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REGULATORY POLICIES REGULATORY POLICY REGULATORY PRACTICES REGULATORY PROCESS REGULATORY PROCESSES REGULATORY REFORM REGULATORY REFORM POLICY REGULATORY REFORMS REGULATORY REGIME REGULATORY REGIMES REGULATORY RESPONSIBILITIES REGULATORY SYSTEM RESULT SANCTIONS SECURE ACCESS SENIOR MANAGEMENT SERVICE DELIVERY STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION STANDARDIZATION STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT TARGETS TAX RATES TAX REFORM TAXPAYERS TECHNICAL EXPERTS TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELEPHONE TRADE FACILITATION TRANSPARENCY VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE WEALTH CREATION WWW
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Washington, DC
Africa | Zambia
2017-08-15T19:59:07Z | 2017-08-15T19:59:07Z | 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 Zambia. It is one of five reports prepared on countries in East and Southern Africa (the others are on Kenya, 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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