In collaboration with the Statistics and Development Finance Division of the DCD-OECD, ISDB has mapped its financial instruments to the OECD-DAC's reporting system.
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Paper on Targeting ODA towards countries in greatest need, for the 13 May 2014 DAC meeting
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Ce rapport d’étape est présenté à la Réunion du Conseil au niveau des Ministres de 2014, comme le prévoit le mandat qui a présidé à la Stratégie. Il présente une vue d’ensemble des mesures prises au sein de l’Organisation pour donner une impulsion aux actions complémentaires au cours de la période initiale de mise en oeuvre de la Stratégie.
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La présente note passe en revue : i) les enseignements qui se dégagent de la période initiale de mise en oeuvre ; ii) les principales tendances, les problèmes qui se font jour et les nouvelles priorités de portée mondiale qui guideront les activités de suivi de la Stratégie pour le développement ; et iii) quelques recommandations à soumettre à l’examen des Membres en vue de poursuivre une mise en oeuvre efficace de la Stratégie.
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Paper for the 24-25 April 2014 meeting of the DAC WP-Stat: MODERNISING THE REPORTING ON ODA LOANS - RISK-ADJUSTED GRANT EQUIVALENTS AND OTHER APPROACHES
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Tax for development: why better public services matter
This publication is a result of the discussions from the OECD 8th Rural Development Policy Conference: "Innovation and modernising the rural economy" which took place in Krasnoyarsk, Russia on 3-5 October 2012. It provides an overview of the two themes of modernisation and innovation, focusing on identifying the attributes of the modern rural economy and showing how it differs from the traditional rural economy and from metropolitan economies. It also shows how rural innovation is a key driver of rural economic growth using patents as a measure.
The second part of the book consists of four chapters that offer evidence of rural regions’ potential to contribute to national economic growth. In addition, each provides useful context for Part I by outlining four different perspectives on the process of modernisation and innovation, and specifically, how they can take place in the rural territories of OECD countries. In each paper, the authors explore the opportunities and impediments to these twin processes and how government policy can help or hinder them.
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Guidance for Managing Joint Evaluations
This edition of Better Policies for Development focuses on illicit financial flows and their detrimental effects on development and growth. Every year, huge sums of money are transferred out of developing countries illegally. The numbers are disputed, but illicit financial flows are often cited as outstripping official development aid and inward investment. These flows strip resources from developing countries that could be used to finance much-needed public services, such as health care and education.
This report defines policy coherence for development as a global tool for creating enabling environments for development in a post-2015 context. It shows that coherent policies in OECD countries in areas such as tax evasion, anti-bribery and money laundering can contribute to reducing illicit financial flows from developing countries. It also provides an update on OECD efforts to develop a monitoring matrix for policy coherence for development, based upon existing OECD indicators of ‘policy effort’. The report also includes contributions from member states. Most illustrate national processes to deal with policy coherence for development beyond 2015.
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Report of the workshop on “Evaluating support to private sector development” co-sponsored by the Independent Evaluation Group of the World Bank held on Tuesday 18 June 2013.