Cutting Red Tape: The Government's Deregulation Initiative
Following the 1996 series of Deregulation Seminars organised by the Cabinet Office and promoted by the Institute, we are featuring below a number of mini case studies involving organisations who have benefited from deregulation.
Deregulation is about making government regulations simpler and less burdensome for everybody. It is about abolishing out of date rules and making sure that new ones are introduced only when strictly necessary. By the end of 1996 over 1,000 regulations had been scrapped or simplified, and more are set to go. If you now go to the supermarket or the pub on a Sunday afternoon, you are already benefiting from deregulation. The deregulation campaign has swept …
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Publication information: Article title: Cutting Red Tape: The Government's Deregulation Initiative. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Management Services. Volume: 41. Issue: 3 Publication date: March 1997. Page number: 20+. © Institute of Management Services Autumn 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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