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A Model-Based Framework for Legal Policy Simulation and Legal Compliance Checking

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A Model-Based Framework for Legal Policy Simulation and Legal Compliance Checking
—Analyzing legal policies for many laws, such as taxes and social benefits, is a common way for governments to identify risks, e.g., risk of legal policies not achieving expected revenue. A typical analysis includes validation of policies and the verification of the systems implementing them. One efficient way to validate policies is simulation, e.g., by simulating whether a proposed law reform would realize target objectives. Once validated, policies are implemented into public administration procedures and eGovernment applications. Systems implementing legal policies also need to be analyzed and verified, e.g., through testing, to ensure that they are compliant with the underlying policies. Currently, legal policy analysis is conducted using a combination of spreadsheets and software code. Such strategy suffers mainly from being hard to use by legal experts due to the lack of adequate background. This is partly rooted in the fact that available techniques to formalize legal pol...
Ghanem Soltana
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Updated 15 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2015
Where MODELS
Authors Ghanem Soltana
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