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The OECD’s LEED Committee has been working for 20 years on the close relationship between entrepreneurship and local development, and it has played a pioneering role in the issue of women’s entrepreneurship.
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Click here to download the general presentation on “What LEED does for women entrepreneurs”
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Click here to download the presentation made by Prof. Jay Mitra during the opening ceremony of the OECD LEED Trento Centre.
Biography - Sylvain Giguère Secretariat & Chair biographies for the OECD Local Economic and Employment Development Programme (LEED).
International seminar, jointly promoted by ISSAN and the EMES Network, in partnership with the LEED Programme...
Governments in developed countries have long used, directly or indirectly through their tax systems, policies that subsidise or otherwise encourage the population at large to acquire assets such as financial savings....
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Click here to download the draft agenda of the OECD LEED event, organised in collaboration with the CEI-EBRD, the Municipality of Ljubljana, the Association ZAVOD M.E.T.A. and the Slovenian Ministry of Economy.
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Please click here to download the draft agenda for the inauguration ceremony of the newly created OECD LEED Trento Centre.
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Click here to download the draft agenda and the official invitation to this event. The LEED programme is a partner in the organisation of this seminar.
To ensure that people's needs are met, governments decentralise the way policies are designed and implemented. In the field of labour market policy, decentralisation is welcomed by a whole range of stakeholders, from business and local governments to community groups and NGOs.