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La calidad de la regulación en servicios: Una perspectiva internacional

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  • Luis Rubalcaba Bermejo
  • Nuria Fernández Conejero
  • Juan R. Cuadrado Roura

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La presente comunicación quiere realizar una primera aproximación a una valoración de conjunto de la regulación en el sector servicios. El objetivo es doble. Primero, presentar los principales parámetros que miden la calidad de la regulación en los servicios y sus implicaciones, dentro del contexto de los nuevos retos de la política económica. En segundo lugar, se procede a una caracterización de la percepción de calidad de la regulación en el sector servicios desde la encuesta realizada por la OCDE a empresas de once países, entre ellos España. Las diferencias nacionales parecen ser más explicativas que cualquier otro factor empresarial o sectorial. La calidad de una regulación parece tener más que ver con los rasgos y el desarrollo económico de los países que con la naturaleza de la actividad o el tipo de empresa afectada.

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  • Luis Rubalcaba Bermejo & Nuria Fernández Conejero & Juan R. Cuadrado Roura, 2002. "La calidad de la regulación en servicios: Una perspectiva internacional," Working Papers 04/02, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social.
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    Regulación; Servicios; Calidad; OCDE;

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