Accountability of Independent Regulatory Agencies in Kosovo: A view on current perspectives and key challenges

December 29, 2017

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Albana Rexha
public policy, public administration, anti-corruption and rule of law policy

Given the importance of the accountability element in the IRAs functioning, particularly in the context of Kosovo (low levels of parliamentary oversight, high levels of corruption) this policy report aims to examine and measure the accountability of independent regulators operating in Kosovo. The report is structured as follows: the first section maps regulatory agencies in Kosovo based in legislation; the second section operationalizes the concept for measurement purposes, utilizing the accountability index to assess the levels of accountability for all functioning regulators in Kosovo. The last section offers a set of policy recommendations aimed at increasing the accountability of IRAs in Kosovo. 

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Accountability of Independent Regulatory Agencies in Kosovo: A view on current perspectives and key challenges

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