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  • 30-March-2021

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    Middle East and North Africa Investment Policy Perspectives

    Middle East and North Africa Investment Policy Perspectives highlights the considerable progress in investment policies made by the region’s governments over the past decade. Yet, the reform momentum needs to be sustained and deepened for the benefits of investment to be shared with society at large and for growth to be sustainable, particularly in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting global economic upheaval. The publication takes stock of investment policy trends and reforms in Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, and Tunisia, and draws out common challenges, offering suggestions of reform priorities. It considers several dimensions of the policy framework that affect the investment climate and places strong emphasis on how foreign investment can help economies of the region improve their citizens’ lives. The publication serves as reference point, informing policymakers on specific areas as they continue work on leveraging investment to advance inclusive and sustainable growth.
  • 17-March-2021

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    Aid at a glance charts

    These ready-made tables and charts provide for snapshot of aid (Official Development Assistance) for all DAC Members as well as recipient countries and territories. Summary reports by regions (Africa, America, Asia, Europe, Oceania) and the world are also available.

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  • 15-December-2020

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    Digital Government in Lebanon - Governance for Coherent and Sustainable Policy Implementation

    This study explores how Lebanon can strengthen the governance of the digital transformation of its public sector to better serve the needs of its citizens and businesses. Three facets of Lebanon's governance are analysed: contextual factors, institutional models and policy levers. The study identifies challenges and opportunities in each area and provides policy recommendations to help Lebanon implement its digital government policy in a coherent and sustainable way.
  • 15-December-2020

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    Open Government Scan of Lebanon

    More and more countries have begun to introduce open government reforms as a catalyst for attaining broader policy goals such as improving democracy, fostering inclusive growth, and increasing trust. Following this trend, successive Lebanese governments have taken various steps to implement reforms based on the open government principles and aligned with the OECD Recommendation on Open Government. This Scan aims to support the government’s efforts to build more transparent, participatory, and accountable institutions that can restore citizens’ trust and promote inclusive growth. It is based on a survey, a peer review mission and in depth interviews at both the central level and in the municipalities of Jbeil (Byblos) and Schweir. The Scan analyzes priority areas of reform and provides actionable recommendations to further embed the principles and practices of open government within policy-making cycles and to evaluate their impacts.
  • 3-December-2020

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    Mr. Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the OECD, at International Conference in support of the people of Lebanon, 2 December 2020

    The Secretary-General of the OECD spoke at the International Conference in Support of the Lebanon People, organised by Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic, on 2 December 2020.

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  • 3-December-2020

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    International Conference in Support of the People of Lebanon, 2 December 2020

    The Secretary-General of the OECD spoke at the International Conference in Support of the Lebanon People, organised by Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic, on 2 December 2020.

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  • 30-July-2019

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  • 25-June-2019

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    Lives in Crises - What Do People Tell Us About the Humanitarian Aid They Receive?

    In May 2016, the World Humanitarian Summit represented a turning point for humanitarian policies. The Summit gave the impetus to seriously reflect on how to operate in environments where people’s needs don’t coincide anymore with existing mandates and sectors. The OECD believes that an effective humanitarian response is the one that addresses affected people’s needs in a timely and efficient manner. One way to measure effectiveness is to ask aid beneficiaries what they think about the aid they get. With this is mind, the OECD initiated a first round of surveys during the cycle 2016-2017 in six countries affected by different type of crisis : Lebanon, Afghanistan, Haiti, Iraq, Somalia and Uganda. Two years after the World humanitarian Summit, the OECD and Ground Truth Solutions took another round of surveys in the same countries, plus Bangladesh. The purpose of this second round of surveys is to assess whether the commitments made at the World Humanitarian Summit, including the Grand Bargain, are having a tangible impact on people’s lives in the most difficult contexts in the world. This paper provides some answers to this question.
  • 4-November-2016

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  • 11-May-2016

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    Bahrein, Líbano, Nauru, Panamá y Vanuatu se comprometen con la norma internacional sobre intercambio automático de información de cuentas financieras para luchar contra la evasión y la elusión fiscal

    La OCDE y el Foro Global sobre la Transparencia e Intercambio de Información con Fines Fiscales han anunciado hoy que Bahrein, Líbano, Nauru, Panamá y Vanuatu han asumido el compromiso de intercambiar automáticamente información de cuentas financieras con otros países.

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