Regulatory Reform in the United States: OECD Reviews of Regulatory Reform
|According to Regulatory Reform in the United States, the
United States has one of the most innovative, flexible and open economies of
the OECDs 29 member countries. The report claims that while economic and
social regulatory efforts have contributed to this success, there are still
areas in which the U.S. would do well to improve. Among the OECDs
recommendations are that the U.S. reform its bureaucracy; improve federal-state
co-operation; improve monitoring of industrial competition; and finally,
provide better quality control of acts and regulations to ensure efficacy.
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Published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development, 1999.
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