|Title||Regulatory impact assessment : a survey of selected developing and emerging economies|
|Author(s)||Adelle, C.; Weiland, S.; Dick, J.; González Olivo, D.; Marquardt, J.; Rots, G.; Wübbeke, J.; Zasada, I.|
|Source||Public Money and Management 36 (2016)2. - ISSN 0954-0962 - p. 89 - 96.|
|Department(s)||Alterra - Environmental risk assessment|
|Publication type||Refereed Article in a scientific journal|
|Keyword(s)||Developing countries - policy appraisal - regulatory impact assessment|
This paper reports on a survey of regulatory impact assessment (RIA) in 16 developing and emerging economies. RIA was playing an increasing role in these countries: eight had introduced RIA in the past 10 years; one had recently redesigned its existing RIA system; another had a long-standing RIA system in place. However, RIA was at an early stage of development in the majority of cases and six countries did not practise RIA.