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Principles for economic regulation: call for evidence

Open date: 07 Jan 2011

Closing date: 18 Feb 2011

This call for evidence sought views on a proposed set of principles for Economic Regulation, which sought to reaffirm the importance of stable and predictable regulatory frameworks to facilitate efficient investment and sustainable growth; provide greater clarity about the respective roles of Government, regulators and producers; and set out the characteristics of a successful framework for economic regulation.


The publication of the Principles of Economic Regulation follows extensive stakeholder engagement, including a Call for Evidence, which was held from 7 January 2011 to 18 February 2011.

More than 60 responses to the Call for Evidence were received. Those responses which do not include confidential information are published here alongside a summary document.

Principles for Economic Regulation: a call for evidence - responses (PDF, 6.2 Mb)  

Principles for Economic Regulation: Summary of Responses (PDF, 129 Kb) 

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