|aWhy is administrative simplification so complicated?|dPourquoi la simplification administrative est-elle si compliquée? Perspectives au-delà de 2010|elooking beyond 2010|fOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
|a136 p.|cill., tables|d24 cm.
|aCutting red tape|x19976666|x19976674
|aIncludes bibliographical references and notes.
|aIncludes e-book (Type of file：PDF format), Confidential, Regional License (限院內同仁使用)
|aPourquoi la simplification administrative est-elle si compliquée?|ePerspectives au-delà de 2010|zfre
|aAdministrative procedure|yOECD countries.|2lc
|aGovernment paperwork|yOECD countries.|2lc
|aOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
|uhttp://library.tier.org.tw/EBOOK/OECD/Why is administrative simplification so complicated_V002542.pdf|zE-book (PDF Format)|2http
“Too much ‘red tape’!” is one of the most common complaints from businesses and citizens in OECD countries. Administrative simplification is a regulatory quality tool to review and reduce administrative and regulatory procedures. It has remained high on the agenda in most OECD countries over the last decade and continues to be so. Countries’ efforts to strengthen their competitiveness, productivity and entrepreneurship during the current recession have made simplification efforts even more urgent.
Until now, efforts to reduce administrative burdens have primarily been driven by ambitions to improve the cost efficiency of administrative regulations, as these impose direct and indirect costs on regulated subjects. Many countries will finish their current projects over the next few years and must decide how to continue their efforts and how to make them more efficient.
This report looks beyond 2010 and presents policy options for administrative simplification that are in line with current trends and developments. It provides policy makers with guidance on the available tools and explains common mistakes to be avoided when designing, undertaking and evaluating administrative simplification programmes.