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Click here to download the draft agenda of the three days event organised by the Central European Initiative (CEI) in collaboration with the LEED Programme.
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Click here to download Dr. Marilou Keller's presentation made at the LEED conference on Entrepreneurship and Economic Development in Distressed Urban Areas, held in Rome, Italy, 7-8 October 2003.
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Click here to download Dr. Robert Giloth's presentation made at the LEED conference on Entrepreneurship and Economic Development in Distressed Urban Areas, held in Rome, Italy, 7-8 October 2003.
20-Oct-2003This conference was jointly organised by the LEED, the City of Rome and the Risorse per Roma, in the framework of the LEED Forum on Social Innovations and the Forum on Cities and Regions. Contact: Jonathan.Potter@oecd.o
Neue Ideen im Tourismus, die der Industrie helfen, besser mit ökonomischen und politischen Krisen zurechtzukommen, sind das Thema einer Sonderkonferenz zu Innovation und Wachstum im Tourismus, die vom 18. bis 19. September 2003 in Lugano, Schweiz stattfindet.
Bringing new ideas to tourism to help reinforce the industry’s resilience to economic and political crises will be the theme of a special Conference on Innovation and Growth in Tourism in Lugano, Switzerland from 18-19 September 2003.
The Workshop on Entrepreneurship, hosted by the Hungarian authorities (the Ministry of Economic Affairs) in Budapest, on 8-10 September 2003, will be jointly organised by the OECD SME Unit and the Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Programme.
The activities of the Forum are a core activity of the LEED Programme. These are carried by the OECD LEED Trento Centre for Local Development.
7-Aug-2003The LEED Programme will participate in the first Italian Expo on Local Development. Know more about this event.
In order to plug the funding gap, local agencies are increasingly developing frameworks and instruments to lever private finance into activities that the public sector has traditionally funded alone. This book shows how authorities can optimize private financing for economic development purposes