Between Control and Autonomy : Implementing Independent Regulatory Agencies An empirical comparison

  title={Between Control and Autonomy : Implementing Independent Regulatory Agencies An empirical comparison},
  author={Martino. Maggetti},
  • Martino. Maggetti
  • Published 2006
Political decision-makers, when delegating competencies to independent regulatory agencies (IRAs), are always concerned by the following dilemma: independence must be effective so as to improve the credibility of the agency and foster the quality of regulatory outputs; but it should not consent an uncontrolled self-government of agencies, in order to avoid an undesirable rerouting of the strategic aims of delegation. How to find a middle way between control and autonomy of IRAs becomes… CONTINUE READING


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