Statistics Working Paper N. 12 - 2005/2 - This paper discusses the policy needs to understand the impact of services on the performance of modern economies, some of the most pressing measurement problems, and it summarises recent actions undertaken by international organisations and expert groups to address these issues.
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Arabic translation of "A Framework for the Development and Financing of Dynamic Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Turkey".
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Turkish translation of "A Framework for the Development and Financing of Dynamic Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Turkey".
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Russian translation of "A Framework for the Development and Financing of Dynamic Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Turkey".
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Turkey is moving fast to capture the benefits of an enterprise culture and to stimulate the dynamic small and medium enterprise sector though starting from a low base due to past instabilities in the macroeconomic and political environment. This report, published by the OECD and the Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE), attempts to outline a practical framework for the development and financing of dynamic small and medium enterprises (dSMEs)
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Published within the framework of the Caribbean Rim Investment Initiative (CRII), this study provides an overall factual assessment of investment conditions existing in the Netherlands Antilles. Studies for Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic and Jamaica were published in 2004. Promoted by the OECD, the CRII supports Caribbean Rim countries in their efforts to improve their investment climate, attract increasing flows of investment
Encouraging entrepreneurship and facilitating the rapid growth of innovative SMEs is an effective means of creating jobs, increasing productivity and alleviating poverty. Identifying and implementing the policies that can achieve these goals is an ...
Organised by the OECD, in co-operation with UNESCAP and ADB, this conference in Jakarta, Indonesia on 5-6 July 2005, focused on implementing the Monterrey Consensus, how to improve the investment climate, ODA/investment synergies and a policy framework for investment.
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The system of investment dispute settlement has borrowed its main elements from the system of commercial arbitration. However, investor-state disputes often raise public interest issues which are usually absent from international commercial arbitration. As a result, the traditional manner in which governmental measures are reviewed for compliance with international law in a private setting, i.e. confidential in camera proceedings
The OECD Investment Committee has released a statement supporting additional transparency in international investment arbitration. The Working Paper Transparency and Third Party Participation in Investor-State Dispute Settlement Procedures provides a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of current rules and steps to improve transparency by governments, arbitral tribunals and relevant international organisations