Building State capacity for regulation in India
Shubho Roy (),
Ajay Shah (),
B.N. Srikrishna () and
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Shubho Roy: National Institute of Public Finance and Policy
B.N. Srikrishna: Supreme Court of India (Retd.)
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The economic reforms in India envision shifting from regulation of markets being run by departments of government, to oversight by specialised regulators. While many regulators have been created in recent decades, the outcomes have often been disappointing. In this paper, we analyse the features of organisation design that cater to high performance regulators. We propose sound designs for: clarity of purpose, the board, the legislative process, the executive process, the judicial process, and reporting. We argue that when these features are mandated by legislation that creates the regulator, feedback loops will be established through which State capacity will be gradually obtained.
Note: Working Paper 237, 2018
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