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The LEED Programme released a report on "Clusters and Entrepreneurship: International Comparisons" in June 2007. The aim of this study was to give policy advice on how to adapt and strengthen the policy framework in order to support cluster and entrepreneurship de
"OECD Territorial Reviews: Germany" discusses the challenges and opportunities of German rural areas. It will be of interest to policy makers, researchers, NGOs and others active in rural development.
A review of Bulgaria's SME & tourism sector by international tourism experts, offering specific policy recommendations. This review is useful in considering further development of Bulgaria's new national tourism strategy.
Ovaj pregled zajednički je projekt Organizacije za gospodarsku suradnju i razvoj (OECD) i Američke agencije za međunarodni razvoj (USAID). Provode ga OECD-ov LEED Centar za lokalni razvoj u Trentu, Misija USAID-a u Hrvatskoj i World Learning, partner organizacija USAID-a.
This study reviews the challenges that urban entrepreneurialism must overcome to maintain and strengthen its relevance in the 21st century.
The workshop presented and discussed a draft summary report and the preliminary findings and recommendations for Varazdin and Vukovar counties where a previous 1-week study visit was conducted by an international review team led by USAID Croatia, the OECD Secretariat, and World Learning.
This event discussed the current policy framework and recent developments pertinent to social enterprises in the OECD, and explored the potential of social enterprises in Central and Eastern European countries and in Romania in particular
The review is a joint project between the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the U. S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
Cross-Border Diaries - Bulletin on West African Local-Regional Realities, produced by the Sahel and West Africa Club
The "OECD Rural Policy Reviews: Mexico" argues that although home to a large population that is highly dispersed and largely living in poverty, the countryside's vast human resources and the natural, cultural and physical assets could contribute to national development.