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Global: Lessons for Reformers: How to Launch, Implement and Sustain Regulatory Reform

Working with the World Bank/IFC-FIAS, Jacobs, Cordova & Associates prepared a major report and several case studies on implementation of broad regulatory reforms. We assessed the processes through which broad regulatory reforms actually occurred in the United Kingdom, Italy, Australia, Mexico, Hungary, and South Korea. Our work examined the question: “What strategy for broad-scale regulatory reform maximizes the chances of genuine and durable success in environments resistant to reform?” We found that, regardless of the specific content of the reform, success is influenced by an evolving mix of “drivers of change” that governments can use strategically. Published by FIAS, in 2009, as: Lessons for Reformers: How to Launch, Implement and Sustain Regulatory Reform: An Analysis of Six Case Studies in Developing and High Income Countries

Download report here: http://tinyurl.com/LessonsforReformers

Download Case Studies Here:

REGULATORY_TRANSFORMATION_IN_MEXICO_1988-2000[1]

REGULATORY_TRANSFORMATION_IN_AUSTRALIA_ITALY_AND_THE_UNITED_KINGDOM[1]

REGULATORY_TRANSFORMATION_IN_HUNGARY_1989-98[1]

REGULATORY_TRANSFORMATION_IN_THE_REPUBLIC_OF_SOUTH_KOREA[1]

Worldwide, The World Bank, 2005.