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Monitoring the Anti-Crisis Measures in Romania through RIA Instruments

Berceanu, Ionut Bogdan and Cărăușan, Mihaela Victorita (2016): Monitoring the Anti-Crisis Measures in Romania through RIA Instruments. Published in: Dogaru T. , Cărăușan M. V., Peculea - Dumitrescu A., Berceanu I.B. (eds.). Re(forming) Public Administration Paradigms in Global Governance Context, Economica Publishing House, Bucharest , Vol. 1, No. ISBN 978-973-709-805-4 (2016): pp. 81-90.

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Abstract

impact Assessment has been introduced in the late 1990s in OECD countries, followed by CEE countries in early 2000. With the OECD ministerial declaration on regulatory quality in 1995, the OECD provided the first international standards in this policy area, endorsed at the highest possible level by its Member States. The European Union has also emerged as an important IA standards provider and the European Commission is extremely active in asking individual member states to make progress with the introduction of IA, regulatory quality indicators and other policy and regulatory management initiatives. The purpose of this study is to analyse if through the introduction of the RIA in Romania the Government could monitor the impact in terms of effective legislation in the context by the economic crisis started at the end the year 2008. This research study attempts to provide an answer to a number of main research questions: 1. How is understood and what is the current situation of the RIA system in Romania? 2. Which are the variables and determinants of RIA in financial and economic crisis? 3. How the normative acts are emphasizing the economic and social impact?

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