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Regulatory Coherence: The Case of Japan

Regulatory Coherence: The Case of Japan
Date:
31 March 2016
Authors:
Naohiro Yashiro
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Abstract

This paper reviews the coherence of the regulatory management system in Japan. Part 1 explores the evolution of regulation in Japan from sector-based regulatory review through the adoption of Regulatory Impact Analysis and the current Special Zone approach. Parts 2 and 3 explore how the regulatory management system was applied to two case studies of regulatory change: Agency Worker Law and Taxi Revitalization Law.

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