Chapitres pays pour chacun des 78 pays ayant participé à l'Enquête 2011
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This newsletter focuses on global international investment activity, investment in agriculture, Korea's FDI reforms, the investment climate in Africa, G20 investment measures, and more.
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This paper joins the debate on the size of the middle class in Latin America, analysing its structure and characteristics. The paper investigates inter-class mobility potential and its evolution over time.
The Latin American Economic Outlook 2012: Transforming the State for Development was launched at the Ibero-American Summit in Asunción, Paraguay, on Friday 28 October at 12:00 GMT-4.
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Summary of the Social Cohesion in Southeast Asia Experts' meeting in Bangkok, Thailand, 21 July 2011: co-organised by the OECD Development Centre, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, King Prajadhipok’s Institute and the Office of National Economic and Social Development Board of Thailand.
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In this paper, we study political economy aspects and the policy making process of reforms in what we identify as the five critical steps through the “life cycle” of a policy reform: the Planning, Dialogue, Adoption, Implementation and Sustainability stages.
Newsletter highlights the latest evaluations of development programmes produced by members of the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC), and other news for the evaluation community, from the DAC Evaluation Network.
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This note provides an overview of the main findings and conclusions from three recent joint evaluations in Mali, Tunisia and Zambia, testing a jointly developed methodology for evaluating budget support.
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Asian growth will moderate in the coming months as global uncertainty casts a shadow over Asian economies with deterioration in business and consumer sentiments and a negative reaction in financial markets. Asian countries need to be vigilant of macroeconomic management.
We have made significant progress promoting development but the levels of world poverty are still unacceptably high. What have we done right? Where have we failed? Where are we moving to in development cooperation? This report addresses these and many other crucial questions.