The contribution of mutual recognition to international regulatory co-operation

January 26, 2016

This study takes stock of the institutional setting, operational modalities, strengths and weaknesses of various forms of mutual recognition when used in different sector and country contexts. It aims to build a greater understanding of the benefits and pitfalls of one of the 11 mechanisms of international regulatory co-operation identified by the OECD Regulatory Policy Committee in OECD (2013), International Regulatory Co-operation: Addressing Global Challenges.

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Topics: REGULATORY STANDARDS REGIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS (RTAS) MUTUAL RECOGNITION AGREEMENTS (MRA)

Authors: ANABELA CORREIA DE BRITO C√ČLINE KAUFFMANN JACQUES PELKMANS

Publishing Institution: ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT

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