Perceptions of communications sector regulatory performance in the East Asia and Pacific region
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AbstractThis paper examines how well five benchmarks of regulatory governance predict and promote the idea of sound regulation in the East Asia and Pacific region, by analysing survey data collected from employees of telecommunications regulatory agencies in Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, China, and Malaysia. This study finds that regulators across the six countries prioritise different benchmarks of regulatory governance in advancing regulatory performance or quality, and suggests that the concept of sound regulation might differ between East and West, given their distinct socio-economic, political, and cultural context. This study also provides insights into regulatory constructs and practices.
All Author(s) ListMay Chu, Yuan-Chieh Chang, Chang-Yen Lee, Kuo-Tai Cheng
Journal nameUtilities Policy
Volume Number58
Pages128 - 135
LanguagesEnglish-United States
KeywordsRegulatory performance, Regulatory benchmarks, Communications sector, Utilities, East Asia and the Pacific

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