New study: Cutting red tape, 2014

15. 09. 2017

A new study, entitled "Cutting red tape, 2014" was published. The main idea of the study was to enhance stakeholders comprehension, knowledge and awareness so that they could in effect further improve the public policy of administrative burden reduction.


The purpose of the research »Cutting red tape« was to categorize administrative burdens and to establish how key stakeholders are familiar with administrative burden reduction measures. The purpose was also to conceptualize the term administrative burden, which served later as an important determinant in the terminological clarification of a policy area. The research also focused on the different types of burden (temporal, financial and other types) that businesses endure due to the existence of administrative burdens. The research follows trends in the area of business perception surveys and their comprehension of the regulation and its effects. In the international environment, such research complements raw data about the (dis)use of regulatory mechanisms and represent a valuable contribution to identification of a certain public policy.


 



 

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