Publication: Matching Regulatory Design to Country Circumstances : The Potential of Hybrid and Transitional Models

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2007-05
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2007-05
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Developing countries attempting to implement the standard model of independent regulation have encountered many problems and challenges. These may arise when a regulatory system is incompatible with the country's regulatory commitment and institutional and human resource endowment. Selecting from a menu of regulatory options to create a hybrid model -- one that best fits a country's own circumstances and challenges -- can improve regulatory performance.
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Eberhard, Anton. 2007. Matching Regulatory Design to Country Circumstances : The Potential of Hybrid and Transitional Models. Gridlines; No. 23. © World Bank, Washington, DC. http://openknowledge.worldbank.org/entities/publication/e1e443fe-36e9-5dde-815a-dc8d4dd5116a License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.
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