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IMoRe# 71 Reforms are on autumn vocations

Chart 1. IMoRe dynamics

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The index for monitoring of reforms (iMoRe) is +0.3 points on a scale of  -5.0 to +5.0 for the period from October 16 – October 29 , 2017 (+0.8 in the previous round). Certain positive developments were recorded in legislation regarding governance and the monetary system. The level of iMoRe remained low, as there were no reformist legislative changes affecting public finance, the business environment and the energy sector.

The main events of these round are the procedures for demographic registry maintenance and introduction of the differentiated approach for banks’ audit..……..read more in #71

IMoRe# 70 (October 16-29, 2017). Pension reform failed to push the average rate of reforms in the country

 

IMoRe# 69 (September 18 – October 1, 2017). The Fundamental Law on Education could not significantly accelerate the index of reforms

 
IMoRe# 68 (September 4-17, 2017). Reforms are on vacation
 
IMoRe# 67 (August 14 – September 3, 2017) Civil service reform pushes the index

 

IMoRe# 66 (July 31 – August 13, 2017). No vacation: the reform index is not slowing down

 

iMoRe №65 (July 16-30, 2017). Operation “Unfreezing”: New Regulations for Constuction Developers Push Reform Index

 

iMoRe #64 (July 3-16, 2017). Summer Is Getting Warmer, But The Reform Index Is Not 

iMoRe #63 (June 19 – July 2, 2017). Summer is cold, only a few reforms. Autumn is coming   

іMoRe №62 (June 5-18, 2017). Deregulation gains momentum and pushes the reform index

iMoRe №61 (May 22- June 4, 2017). The Cold Start of the 2017 Summer: Reforms are on the Halt

iMoRe #60 (May 8-21, 2017). The fight against offshore companies raises the overall pace of reforms

iMoRe # 59 (April 17 – May 7, 2017). Reforms penetrate the medical system: hospitals become more independent

iMoRe #58 (April 3 – 16, 2017). Groysman celebrates his one year anniversary with an index value of 0.6 

iMoRe #57 (March 20 – April 2, 2017). A powerful surge of anti-reform causes iMoRe to fall almost to zero

iMoRe # 56 (March 6-19, 2017). Spring! Reforms in bloom

iMoRe №55 (February 20 – March 5, 2017). The National Bank pushed the index for reforms to +1 point

iMoRe #54 (February 6-19, 2017). A light quickening of reforms after the long calm

iMoRe #53 (January 23 – February 5, 2017). “Almost zero” again. Who is responsible for the slow pace of reforms in Ukraine?

iMoRe #52 (January 9-22, 2017). Dangerous calm: for the first time in the history of the index, its value is zero. No reforms.

іМоРе # 51 (December 19, 2016 – January 8, 2017). An ambiguous start to the year: anti-reforms prevented the manifestation of a decent result

іМоРе # 50 (December, 5 – December 18, 2016). Anniversary Issue, and no surprise: the index is +1

іМоРе # 49 (November 21, 2016 – December 4, 2016). Improvements before the New Year: a simplified business environment

іМоРе # 48 (November 7, 2016 – November 20, 2016). Calm  

iMoRe #47 (October 24, 2016 – November 6, 2016). Reforms in Ukraine are put on hold again

iMoRe #46 (October 10, 2016 – October 23, 2016). Slow exit from summer break: reforms have accelerated slightly

iMoRe #45 (September 26 – October 9, 2016). The Sad Autumn: the Groysman Government can not Accelerate Reforms

iMoRe 44 (September 12-25, 2016). Dismal performance: the rate of reforms has dropped almost to zero

Release 43 (August 29-September 11, 2016). The Velvet Season: the Fall has Come, Little Reforms

Release 42 (August 15-28, 2016). All at the seaside. Reform activity goes down to the bottom

Release 41 (August 1–14, 2016). Napoleon’s plans: Naftogas Reform and Interregional Custom Office Creation are Pushing the Index

Release 40 (July 18–31, 2016). Start of fighting against plagiarism (.pdf)

Release 39 (July 4 – 17, 2016). Judicial Reform Continued (.pdf)

Release 38 (June 20– July 3, 2016). Green Light for Judicial Reform and Effective Management of State-Owned Enterprises (.pdf)


Release 37 (June 6– 19, 2016). Reforms gained momentum – customs service reform, currency liberalization, deregulation of the pharmaceutical market (.pdf)


Release 36 (May 23– June 5, 2016). Electronic procurement in defense sector, deregulation of foreign exchange transactions (.pdf)


Release 35 (May 9– 22, 2016). May Mire, or Contradictory Reforms: odious law on the Prosecutor General’s Office and contested opening of air transportation marke (.pdf)


Release 34 (April 18 – May 8, 2016). Unification of gas prices and deregulation of pharmaceutical market failed to speed up overall reform progress (.pdf)


Release 33 (April 4 – 17, 2016). WTO government procurement market and reform of special permits for the use of mineral resources (.pdf)


Release 32 (March 21 – April 3, 2016). Sprouts of populism (.pdf)


Release 31 (March 7 – 20, 2016). Green light to privatization and electronic asset declarations (.pdf)


Release 30 (February 22 – March 6, 2016). Progress in the Fight against Corruption and an Anti-reform (.pdf)


Release 29 (February 8 – 21, 2016). Transparent public procurement (.pdf)


Release 28 (January 25 – February 7, 2016). Political events overshadow reforms (.pdf)


Release 27 (January 11-24, 2016). Progress in the fight against Corruption (.pdf)


Release 26 (December 21, 2015 – January 10, 2015). Budget package (.pdf)


Release 25 (December 7 – 20, 2015). The long-awaited reforms acceleration (.pdf)


Release 24 (November 23 – December 6, 2015). Important Anti-Corruption Laws (.pdf)


Release 23 (November 9 – 22, 2015). Period of sluggish reforms still lingers (.pdf)


Release 22 (October 26 – November 08, 2015). Technical sectoral steps (.pdf)


Release 21 (October 12 – 25, 2015). Grand opening of government registers (.pdf)


Release 20 (September 28 – October 11, 2015). Reforms slowing significantly  (.pdf)


Release 19 (September 14th – 27th, 2015). The law on public procurement (.pdf)


Release 18 (August 31st –September 13th, 2015). One of the lowest Index values (.pdf)


Release 17 (August 17th –30th, 2015). Government external debt restructuring (.pdf)


Release 16 (August 3rd –16 th, 2015). Many small steps towards reducing corruption (.pdf)


Release 15 (July 20th –August 2nd, 2015). Noticeable acceleration of reforms (.pdf)


Release 14 (July 6th –19th, 2015). Strengthening independence of the National Bank (.pdf)


Release 13 (June 22nd – July 5th, 2015). Almost complete silence in reforms  (.pdf)


02/07/2015: Где реформы? Оценка действий власти за полгода от экспертов іМоРе и VoxUkraine (.pdf)


Release 12 (June 8th – 21st, 2015). Reforms went on vacation (.pdf)


Release 11 (May 25th – June 7th, 2015) . Weak reform progress second period in a row (.pdf)


Release 10 (May 11th –24th, 2015) . Important developments in banking sector regulation (.pdf)


Release 9 (April 20th – May 10th, 2015) . Spring reform speedup (.pdf)


Release 8 (April 6th – 19th, 2015). Moderate progress in governance, anti-corruption and deregulation  (.pdf)


Release 7* (March 23rd – April 5th, 2015). Significant progress in deregulation and anti-corruption (.pdf)


Release 6* (March 9th – 22nd, 2015). Reforms do not keep pace (.pdf)


Release 5* (February 23th – March 8 th 2015). Reforms accelerated significantly thanks to the IMF package (.pdf)


Release 4*  (February 9th –22nd 2015)  (.pdf)


Release 3* (January 26th – February 8th 2015)  (.pdf)


Release 2* (January 12-25, 2015)  (.pdf)


Release 1* (December 28, 2014 – January 11, 2015)  (.pdf)


 *Old Index structure