The Small Nations Regulators Forum (SNRF) of the International Institute of Communications is for media and communications regulators from small, or even micro, nations to gather and discuss specific issues, share experiences and foster best practice. A small nation is one inhabited by less than 0.1% of the world population – currently approximately 7.7 billion across 195 countries.
Drawing on SNRF feedback as well as personal experience of regulating in the State of Qatar and the Principality of Liechtenstein, this article shares insights on the topics of effectiveness and efficiency – doing the right things and doing things right.
How can small nations adhere to best practice regulation? RAINER SCHNEPFLEITNER and SEVERIN NÄSCHER share insights from Qatar and Liechtenstein.
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