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Regulatory Reform: Research Agendas, Policy Instruments and Causation

  • Alessia DAMONTE, Claire A. DUNLOP and Claudio M. RADAELLI
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7 CM Radaelli and O Fritsch, “Measuring Regulatory Performance. Evaluating Regulatory Management Tools and Programmes” (Paris, OECD Expert Paper 2012): <>.

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9 SL Morgan and C Winship Counterfactuals and Causal Inference (Cambridge University Press 2014).

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13 F De Francesco, “Diffusion of Regulatory Impact Analysis in OECD and EU Member States” (2012) 45 Comparative Political Studies 1277.

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