Towards a Requisite Regulatory Management System: Philippines
Part One of this paper explores the evolution of regulation in the Philippines since the post-martial rule regime. This paper tracks macroeconomic and regulatory reforms, and the political and economic history. It explores the existence of a regulatory management system in the Philippines, identifying that the Philippines does not have a coherent regulatory management system but has some of the parts of such a system. Part Two explores how some aspects of a regulatory management system were applied in the successful case study of regulatory change in the establishment of the National Competitiveness Council, a public-private partnership, while Part Three looks at another successful case in the regulatory reforms of the Quezon City Business Permit and Licensing System.