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Title Success and Failure Factors
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Material Type Report
Date 2015
Language Korean
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Subject Government and Law < Governance
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Sub-Theme 3 |  Success and Failure Factors





##3D_LAYER##The regulatory reform system was established by enforcing the Basic Act on Administrative Regulations from 1998 although it was enacted in 1997. Coincidentally, the economic crisis of 1997 triggered drastic regulatory reform as an urgent and imperative agenda. The act granted the Regulatory Reform Committee regulatory review power with managerial tools, such as regulatory registration and publication, the regulatory impact analysis, the sun-set rule, monitoring, and evaluation.##3D_TEXT:DaeYong Choi and (2014). The Regulatory Reform System and Policy Coordination I Korea: A guillotine Rule of Regulatory Clearance for Economic Crisis Management. KSP Modularization. See p125-6.##3D_LINK:https://www.kdevelopedia.org/Resources/government-law/regulatory-reform-system-policy-coordination-korea--04201507290139166.do##3D_LAYER_END## Needless to say about the remarkable success of regulatory clearance, it provided a sound legal basis for a stable regulatory reform management system. 



The success factors can be summarized as follows: First, ##3D_LAYER##success is attributable to the leadership of the highest policy maker in that the President’s determination to tackle bureaucratic regulatory power and vested interest groups is a crucial factor. This political leadership and public support were well combined for making regulatory reform successful.



Second, the implementation capacities of regulatory reform are no less critical than the political and institutional factors. Reform drivers are necessary to lead and organize reform capacities to carry out reform work from the planning to enforcement stages.



Third, education and training r regulatory bureaucrats is also a parallel effort for better regulatory understanding and collaboration. The Korean government closely worked with the OECD which offered best practices and provided practical reviews of Korean cases.##3D_TEXT:DaeYong Choi and (2014). The Regulatory Reform System and Policy Coordination I Korea: A guillotine Rule of Regulatory Clearance for Economic Crisis Management. KSP Modularization. See p126-127.##3D_LINK:https://www.kdevelopedia.org/Resources/government-law/regulatory-reform-system-policy-coordination-korea--04201507290139166.do##3D_LAYER_END##  



It is also the case that there are necessarily oppositions and resistances to reforms. ##3D_LAYER##When considering failure factors policy choice is significant. The following factors need to be considered to prevent reform failure. First, the highest policy maker should project a clear commitment to reform objectives. Second, he/she should fully support the reform body and be compelling enough to overcome anti-reform groups. Third, reform measures must be formulated with fairness, legitimacy and feasibility. Fourth, reform work must be continuous and systematic. If not, reform measures will be likely to regress once the passion of reform fades.

##3D_TEXT:DaeYong Choi and (2014). The Regulatory Reform System and Policy Coordination I Korea: A guillotine Rule of Regulatory Clearance for Economic Crisis Management. KSP Modularization. See p128.##3D_LINK:https://www.kdevelopedia.org/Resources/government-law/regulatory-reform-system-policy-coordination-korea--04201507290139166.do##3D_LAYER_END##