Better Business Regulation in Denmark

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A review of Denmark’s Program for Better Business Regulation has been carried out in response to a request by the government of Denmark to the World Bank. The report features a brief review of the Danish government’s 2001-2010 burden reduction program, which aimed to reduce administrative burdens on business by up to 25 percent.

Denmark has developed and successfully tested a number of innovative regulatory reform tools, such as the Standard Cost Model and the “Burden Hunter” method. And the country now ranks first in Europe and fifth in the world in terms of the ease of doing business.

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