LEARNING FROM THE INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE CONTEXT, MECHANISMS AND THE REFORM OF REGULATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT. Claudio M. Radaelli Professor of Political Science University of Exeter (UK) IAL CONFERENCE Lisbon, Portugal, 2010. Abstract (1).
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Claudio M. Radaelli
Professor of Political Science
University of Exeter (UK)
Lisbon, Portugal, 2010
The selection of conceptual frameworks determines our understanding and design capabilities
The frameworks we current use are not the most appropriate, especially if we wish to target both ‘understanding’ and ‘design’
The framework proposed in this presentation has advantages
- Benchmarking has several conceptual limits
- Lesson-drawing has potential but it is limited by its checklist approach. Reform is not a cookbook
- The other two approaches have little to say on how to go about learning in the real world
Caveat: final report is not public but it was cleared by the client
Countries that ‘do well’ with RIA as well as countries that do not perform particularly well
If context matters, one should model it!
Trade-off among the three dimensions:
The main vulnerability in terms of accountability is about getting
the control-dialogue tension right