The book aims to describe the regulatory reform process in Indonesia from a legal perspective. The concept of the "regulatory state" notes that different governance models exist regarding the degree of public involvement in governance structures. There are many attempts to influence the content of the regulations because they have a direct impact on individual interests and the general public. As a result of these competing interests, the current regulatory environment in Indonesia is diffuse. Thus, it is crucial to understand the horizontal and vertical interplay between different norms and to understand how to harmonize the respective norms in case of conflict properly.