Doing Business measures and analyzes regulations that apply to small and medium size local businesses in 185 economies. The report is based on 10 indicators and updated on an annual basis. The indicators reflect on regulations affecting local businesses throughout their life cycle, capturing such areas as start-up regulations, the efficiency of court systems, trading across borders, and paying taxes.
The Panel is undertaking a three week open consultation process, to solicit thoughtful comment on the Doing Business Report. Your comments will be greatly valued as inputs into the Panel’s thinking. The Panel is especially interested to hear your views in the following areas :
Purpose and Contribution of the Doing Business Report — What is the value and relevance of the Doing Business Report to private, public, economic, and social concerns ?
Doing Business Report’s Methodology – How robust and impartial is the research methodology of the Doing Business Report and how it might be improved ?
What is the Impact and Influence of the Doing Business Report – What effect does the Doing Business Report have on public and private decision-making and what are the ramifications of this ?
source : 2013 Independent Panel : Reviewing the World Bank Group’s Doing Business Report
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