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Towards Responsive Regulations and Regulatory Coherence in ASEAN and East Asia: The Case of Australia

Towards Responsive Regulations and Regulatory Coherence in ASEAN and East Asia: The Case of Australia
Date:
31 March 2016
Authors:
Peter Carroll, Gregory Bounds, Rex Deighton-Smith
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Abstract

This paper aims to review the coherence of the regulatory management system in Australia and explore how the system was applied in two contrasting case studies of regulatory change. The paper explores the broad success of the National Competition Policy legislative review and the relatively disappointing outcome of the Seamless National Economy Agenda.

ERIA Discussion Paper 2016-14

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