Publication: Effectively Engaging the Private Sector in the Business Reform Process
Arlet, Jean Nicolas
This brief discusses critical considerations for engaging the private sector in the process of reforming and implementing business regulations, along with channels and mechanisms that have been successfully used around the world. Using novel data from the Business Reform Committee project (BRC) covering 160 economies, the Brief presents global trends across income groups on the existence of reform committees and stages of engaging the private sector while reforms are being implemented. The brief further draws from experiences across countries on making policy decisions and the implementation of reforms more consultative, while providing critical caveats so that policy makers can determine what mechanisms are best suited for their country.
“Arlet, Jean Nicolas; Eknath, Varun; Popova, Oleksandra. 2022. Effectively Engaging the Private Sector in the Business Reform Process. © Washington, DC: World Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/10986/38404 License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.”