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OECD Reviews of Regulatory Reform: France 2004

Charting a Clearer Way Forward

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This comprehensive review of France's regulatory policies and institutions provides a detailed overview of how regulation has evolved in France along with an expert assessment of its performance. Specific issues including regulatory governance, competition policy, and market openness along with two specific sectors - civil aviation and telecommunications are addressed in separate chapters.  Each chapter presents a list of policy options for consideration.  The performance and appraisal chapter compares France with other OECD countries and an appendix shows in tabular form how regulation is evolving in France on a sector-by-sector basis.

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Regulatory Governance

The institutional strength of the French system of governance relies on the principleof quality in control procedures and in the drafting of key regulations. The search for quality regulations has long been manifest in a formal respect for drafting rules, with insistence on excellence in drafting and on consistency in laws. It is also linked to the expertise of the major control institutions, in particular the Council of State and the...

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