Pacific Institute

Who Develops ISO Standards?

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Courtesy of Pacific Institute

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A Survey of Participation in ISO’s International Standards Development Processes

This report quantifies and analyses participation in standards development within the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ISO is perhaps the world’s largest and best known developer of international standards, with 148 member countries and more than 14,000 standards developed over its almost 60-year history. Though this international institution initially focused on developing technical standards for specific products such as films and screws, ISO has expanded its scope significantly, and now develops management system standards and other protocols that have significant environmental and social policy implications.

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