The improvement of regulatory quality and its subsequent evaluation are part of the current concerns of our public law. However, until very recently, mainly due to the influence of Anglo-Saxon models and, very particularly, of the European Union, no measures have been introduced in this area, and their development to date has not been too satisfactory either.
This study analyzes the problems and inefficiencies of the Spanish model for the improvement of normative quality and tries to systematize a series of proposals through the design of a new model of normative production and evaluation. For this, not only is the legislative development of the regulatory quality measures in Spain critically analyzed, but also a comparative study of the measures adopted in this matter in the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Germany, France, Italy or the European Union.
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