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									    IMPLEMENTATION OF
REGULATORY IMPACT ANALYSIS
           AND
THE PILOT PROJECT IN TURKEY


        By Dr. Recep KIZILCIK
               Governer


             İSTANBUL
          November 20,2007      1
            Introduction
 Better Regulation is a key to improve public
management, intagration with the global
markets and enhance the capacity of
competition

The  Strategy of Better Regulation has become
a very important instrument to achieve a
successfull accession processe and then
converging policies with that of the EU.

  Implementation of Regulatory Impact
Analysis and other instruments of Better
Regulation are to take time.

 To implement RIA requires continuing
political support and ownership of bureaucracy.
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    THE PROCESS OF RIA IN TURKEY
 The Better Regulation Unit required by the
Lizbon Strategy of the EU has been set up in the
office of prime minister towards end of 2004.

Seminars of Regulatory Impact Analysis are
conducted in cooperation with the OECD -
SİGMA.

Development   of RIA, alongside of draft Laws
and statury Decrees has been made obligatory
by the by-Law which come into effect on
February 17, 2006.
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        PILOT PROJECT
 The Pilot Project carried out in cooperation with
the EU of introducing RIA in to public management
aims to;
        Enhance the capacities of public

         management, business sector and civil
         society on RIA
        Develop draft code of conduct of RIA.

        Conduct a Action plan of RIA.

        Carry out a RIA to be dee med as a flag by

         experts and civil servants.
        Improve the management of Public

         Laboratories.
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        THE STEPS OF RIA

1. Definition of problem.
2. Indentification of aims.
3. Develbent of alternative options of solutions
4. Doing impact analysis.
5. Comparison of alternatives and indentifying
the best option.
6. Consultation and participation.
7. İmplementation,monitoring and appraisal.



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        PROBLEMS FACED
 Attitude of bureaucracy which does not like
to work hard under a time table and programme.

 Rather then developing alternative ways of
solutions , an attitude of bureaucracy which
tends to choose one of options undertaken by
some body else (i.e external experts, or being
implemented by foreign countries)

 Attitude of bureaucracy which puts benefits
of institution for which one work ahead of that
of citizens and state.
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