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Ecuador’s Secretaría Nacional de Planificación y Desarrollo (SENPLADES) asked JC&A to design and develop its National Action Plan together with guidelines of key regulatory tools involving administrative simplification, regulatory impact assessment (RIA), enforcement and inspection reform to improve the regulatory power and control of the State, and ensure that the rights of citizenship. The project

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Michael Griffin is assisting, in 2014, the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining in Jamaica with the creation of a converged regulator for ICT by bringing together parts of the existing Spectrum Management Authority, the telecommunications functions of the Office of Utility Regulation and the spectrum related aspects of the Broadcasting Commission. The work

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Scott Jacobs was pleased to lecture in May 2014 at the Joseph von Sonnenfels Center for the Study of Public Law and Economics, Department of Economics, University of Vienna, in the program on law and economics organized by Wolfgang Weigel, Associate Professor of Economics, and one of the fathers of law and economics in Europe.

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JC&A was pleased to open its Latin American firm, Jacobs, Cordova & Asociados, in Mexico City this Fall. Jorge Velazquez Roa is heading up this new firm, which will offer regulatory reform services in Latin America. We now offer our services from offices in Washington, DC; Dublin; Mexico City, and Seoul.

JC&A has launched a new RIA course in Spanish language to expand our RIA courses already offered in English twice a year in Rome. The new course is offered in partnership with the CLEAR Center for Latin America and the Center for Economic Research and Teaching (CIDE). This executive course on the principles , procedures

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The regulatory guillotineTM  in Iraq, which was designed by JC&A as the lead technical advisor, is continuing under Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. A recent article (15 September 2014) by Adil Alami inAl Sabaah, the official newspaper of Iraq, argues that the transition to pluralist democracy and the “transformation of the Iraqi economy from a socialist economy dominated central

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