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A series of Rapid Evidence Assessments of a number of regulatory issues - BR0109

Description
A series of Rapid Evidence Assessments (hereafter, REA), to ensure the Department’s reforms can be fully informed by existing evidence and knowledge on:

i. Business drivers for alternatives to regulation
ii. Voluntary agreements and other business designed approaches
iii. Results-orientation, timeframes and stability in regulatory policy
iv. Earned recognition
v. Environmental policy integration
vi. Economic impacts of environmental regulatory policy
Objective
to undertake a series of Rapid Evidence Assessments (hereafter, REA), to ensure the Department’s reforms can be fully informed by existing evidence and knowledge on:

i. Business drivers for alternatives to regulation
ii. Voluntary agreements and other business designed approaches
iii. Results-orientation, timeframes and stability in regulatory policy
iv. Earned recognition
v. Environmental policy integration
vi. Economic impacts of environmental regulatory policy
Project Documents
• FRP - Final Report : ERG117 Better Regulation REAs 070113 FULL DOCUMENT   (2362k)
• SUP - Supplementary Report : ERG117 Better Regulation 070113 REA 1   (696k)
• SUP - Supplementary Report : ERG117 Better Regulation 070113 REA 2   (561k)
• SUP - Supplementary Report : ERG117 Better Regulation 070113 REA 3   (505k)
• SUP - Supplementary Report : ERG117 Better Regulation 070113 REA 4   (1382k)
• SUP - Supplementary Report : ERG117 Better Regulation 070113 REA 5   (577k)
• SUP - Supplementary Report : ERG117 Better Regulation 070113 REA 6   (503k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2011

To: 2012

Cost: £140,916
Contractor / Funded Organisations
Cranfield University
Keywords
Better Regulation              
Regulations              
Regulatory policy