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The central objective of the study is to provide policy recommendations to governments and development agencies on how best to attract, retain and embed IDI in targeted regions and localities.
This seminar will be a unique opportunity to debate the results of recent local governance developments in Latvia in the light of experience from other countries, analyse the main obstacles met and identify ways to progress further.
Como parte de los eventos organizados para conmemorar el décimo aniversario de la incorporación de México a la OCDE, el Programa LEED ha sido invitado a presentar su publicación sobre el tema "La Formación de Patrimonio y el Escape de la Pobreza".
Dr. Ray Boshara, Director of the Asset Building Programme at the New American Foundation, has presented this presentation in a session held within the OECD Mexico Forum.
This book examines how the new forms of governance overcome administrative, political and financial obstacles and their impact on local prosperity and the quality of life.
A major international comparative project which focussed on the integration of employment, skills and economic development at the local level.
The seminar is organised by LEED Partners Cittadinanzattiva. It will take place in Frascati (Italy) at the Grand Hotel Villa Tuscolana next 15 and 16 October 2004.
Evaluating Local Economic and Employment Development is one of the few books to examine best practices in evaluating programmes for local and regional economic and employment development.
Este evento presentó los resultados y recomendaciones obtenidos del Estudio del Programa LEED sobre la Iniciativa Empresarial en el Estado de Sinaloa, en vista de su aplicación en otros Estados de la República Mexicana.
Entrepreneurship and urban regeneration policy have traditionally been treated as separate fields. This book is one of the first to focus explicitly on the links between the two, examining how policy can help regenerate inner cities by stimulating entrepreneurship.