Regulatory reform in the Czech Republic
OECD, 2001 - Law - 357 pages
Since 1990, the Czech Republic has carried out a comprehensive transition to a market democracy that required a rapid and broad programme of deregulation, re-regulation, and institution-building. Today, the legal and policy frameworks consistent ...
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