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Key publications and documents on the fight against corruption, by the OECD DAC Network on Governance.
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УЧАСТИЕ ЧАСТНОГО СЕКТОРА В ИНФРАСТРУКТУРЕ ВОДОСНАБЖЕНИЯ И ВОДООТВЕДЕНИЯ - РАЗРАБОТАННЫЙ ОЭСР КОНТРОЛЬНЫЙ ПЕРЕЧЕНЬ ДЕЙСТВИЙ ПУБЛИЧНОЙ ВЛАСТИ И ГРАЖДАНСКОГО ОБЩЕСТВА
Many countries have sought the involvement of the private sector to upgrade and develop their water and sanitation infrastructure and improve the efficiency of water systems. This book provides a coherent catalogue of policy directions, including appropriate allocation of roles, risks and responsibilities, framework conditions and contractual arrangements necessary to make the best of private sector participation and to harness more
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Introduction to Private Sector Participation in Water Infrastructure: OECD Checklist for Public Action
Following a request by the Republic of Korea, the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) agreed to conduct a Special Review of the country’s international development co-operation programme.
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For many countries rich in oil, gas and minerals, development remains an elusive goal. The rich get richer, the poor stay poor, inequality rises, economies stagnate, corruption flourishes and conflict deepens.
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This concept note provides an outline for a Risk Mitigation Brokerage and Evaluation Facility for investment in infrastructure to be hosted by the African Development Bank. It was distributed as part of the documentation at the Annual Meeting of the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) held in Rome on 9-11 March 2009.
The OECD will release a new report – Managing Water for All: Pricing and Financing – at an event during the World Water Forum in Istanbul.
The Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI) is a new composite measure of gender equality. By focusing on the root casus behind gender inequalities, it complements and improves existing measures in several ways.
In many countries, tradition and culture pose obstacles to women’s economic development, so understanding their impact is a key to effective development policies.