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Assessing The Accuracy Of Ex Ante Evaluation Through Feedback Research: A Case Study

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Most legal publications concerning the quality of legislation are focused on the parliamentary phase of the law-making process. This chapter focuses on the ex ante review of legislative drafts by the Dutch Council of State. Section II is about the Council of State and its exact role in the review of legislative drafts. In section III, the focus of this study is specified, leading to the research questions in section IV. The research involves a pilot study of two cases for which an analytical framework is developed (VVIII). Finally, in sections IX and following, the research questions are answered: what observations and conclusions are drawn from the study?.

Keywords: ex ante evaluation; legislative drafts



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