The Development of Regulatory Management Systems in East Asia: Deconstruction, Insights, and Fostering ASEAN's Quiet Revolution
Ponciano Intal, Jr.; Gill, Derek | July 2016
The Asia-Pacific is becoming more and more integrated. Countries in the region increasingly depend on each other for our economic prosperity. Our economies have shown great resilience, particularly in the years since the Global Financial Crisis, and Asia remains an engine for global growth. Regional economic groupings such as the ASEAN Economic Community, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and in the future the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership are integrating our economies and opening up great opportunities for the future. Integration has led to greater awareness of the importance of good regulation for economic growth. Good regulatory practice and alignment of regulations across borders can reduce the cost of doing business and help build stronger flows of trade and investment in our region. The study does not take a ‘best practice’ approach. All countries have different ways of approaching regulations that are shaped by their own circumstances. Instead the study looks at what has worked well in certain regulatory systems, in the hope that countries of ASEAN, the East Asia Summit, and the wider Asia-Pacific can look to these results as a reference tool to improve their regulatory systems.
CitationPonciano Intal, Jr.; Gill, Derek. 2016. The Development of Regulatory Management Systems in East Asia: Deconstruction, Insights, and Fostering ASEAN's Quiet Revolution. © Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/10342.
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
Financial Services Industry
Communication in economic development
Barriers to entry
Restraint of trade
Diversification in industry
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