Voluntary Codes—A Guide for Their Development and Use

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Voluntary Codes—A Guide for Their Development and Use

Voluntary codes that are well designed and properly implemented can help to achieve public-interest goals, attract customers and minimize regulatory and tax-payer burdens. The first part of the guide discusses the strengths, weaknesses and other characteristics of voluntary codes and the conditions in which they tend to be most successful. The second part presents suggestions for developing and implementing codes.

Date: 1998
Format: HTML, PDF
Catalogue number: C2-342/1998
ISBN: 0-662-63478-0

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