### Table 1: Inference results for the 5-dimensional regulatory net using linear weight matrices and S-Systems. The table gives the overall number of different network solutions found in the optimization process. The next two columns give the number of runs in which the true system has been found and the ratio of hits and number of runs. Additionally, the averaged fitness value of the best individuals of all runs is given. Model Algorithm Solutions Hits Hit ratio Average fitness

"... In PAGE 5: ...he 5-dimensional network shown in Fig. 1. Each of these artificial regulatory systems was then simulated to gain data sets and inferred by the four different algorithms. Table1 gives the statistics for each model and optimiza- tion algorithm. Listed in the table are the overall number of different network solutions found, the number of runs in which the true system has been found, the ratio of hits, the total number of runs, and the fitness value averaged over the best individuals.... ..."

### Table 3: Inference results for the 20-dimensional regulatory net using linear weight matrices and S-Systems. The table gives the overall number of different network solutions found, the number of runs in which the true system has been found, the ratio of hits, the number of runs, and the averaged fitness value. Model Algorithm Solutions Hits Hit ratio Average fitness

### Table 2. Regulatory incentives

"... In PAGE 15: ... 14 not refrain from overhauling the decisions of the agencies, not only on procedural but also on substantive grounds (Pinheiro 2001, Table2 2). Table 5.... ..."

### Table 3: Patterns of regulatory reform

2003

"... In PAGE 5: ...able 2: Mechanisms of intellectual property protection ................................................. 26 Table3 : Patterns of regulatory reform.... ..."

### Table 2: Regulatory Agencies in the Philippines

"... In PAGE 27: ... Virtually all have been either recently created or recently transformed to align them with the current liberalisation thrust. Table2 shows the agencies found in each economic sector, their respective powers and personnel and financial resources. Only agencies primarily regulatory in their functions are included in the table.... ..."

### Table 3: Supervisory and Regulatory Structure

2000

"... In PAGE 6: ... Privatization in the Banking Sector in Selected Countries in Europe (Comparison with Central and Eastern European Countries[CEEC]) 13 Table 2. Implementation of Banking Directives in CEEC (as of mid-1999) 27 Table3 . Supervisory and Regulatory Structure 28 Table 4.... In PAGE 18: ... Demand time and saving deposits fell to about 21 percent of GDP in 1997 from 52 percent of GDP in 1995. The maturity structure of deposits has shortened, with demand deposits prevailing over savings and time deposits, and the relative share of foreign exchange deposits soaring to 53 percent of total deposits in 1999 from 30 percent in 1995 ( Table3 , Appendix I) . Domestic credit.... In PAGE 38: ... The supervisory and regulatory structure for financial services is related to the currently evolving institutional structure for the provision of financial services. The institutional structure of financial market supervision in Bulgaria is summarized in Table3 below. Table 3: Supervisory and Regulatory Structure... ..."

### TABLE C4: Regulatory Quality

2003

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### Table 13: Regulatory Harmonization Scenario

2002

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