Smart Single Market Regulation – September 2015

Practice Area:Competition & Antitrust | Public Policy
Client:European Parliament
Published: September, 2015
Tagged: cost-benefit analysis EC/EEA ex-ante evaluation ex-post evaluation impact assessment

This study proposes a consolidated governance system that would serve as a tool for smart Single Market regulation toward 2020 and beyond. It outlines areas for improvement in Single Market regulation through the adoption of performance-based policy concepts; and reviews the scope for making better use of the Single Market governance tools to improve the effectiveness of regulation. The study was prepared for Policy Department A of the European Parliament at the request of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee.