Regulatory Impact Analysis within APEC

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Regulatory Impact Analysis within APEC

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Interested in learning more about how good regulation is made in APEC economies?

Good regulatory practices (GRPs) across APEC economies benefit the region's prosperity, growth and economy. This course explores the principles of regulatory impact analysis (RIA) and how you can develop better regulation within your own economy that in turn benefits the region.

Many APEC economies require policy-makers to submit a Regulatory Impact Statement or RIS when submitting policy proposals. The RIS process is designed to promote effective regulation that ensures the best solutions are implemented to solve policy problems.
 

This course will cover the key elements of regulatory impact analysis across APEC economies and why they are key to effective regulation.

 

You will explore the importance of using effective regulatory practices to solve policy problems and be introduced to the Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) process. What's more, you w...

Interested in learning more about how good regulation is made in APEC economies?

Good regulatory practices (GRPs) across APEC economies benefit the region's prosperity, growth and economy. This course explores the principles of regulatory impact analysis (RIA) and how you can develop better regulation within your own economy that in turn benefits the region.

Many APEC economies require policy-makers to submit a Regulatory Impact Statement or RIS when submitting policy proposals. The RIS process is designed to promote effective regulation that ensures the best solutions are implemented to solve policy problems.
 

This course will cover the key elements of regulatory impact analysis across APEC economies and why they are key to effective regulation.

 

You will explore the importance of using effective regulatory practices to solve policy problems and be introduced to the Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) process. What's more, you will get to review examples of RIA in a number of APEC economies, before applying Good Regulatory Practice principles to developing your own RIA document for a fictional scenario.

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