Arab Spring

How Good Corporate Governance Can Help Save Middle Eastern Economies in Crisis

Writing in the Huffington Post, CIPE Executive Director John D. Sullivan argues that improving corporate governance can help countries in the Middle East manage the transition to free market economies.

CIPE Hosts Roundtable with Tunisian National Constituent Assembly

On May 2, 2012, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) hosted a roundtable with four members of the Tunisian National Constituent Assembly (NCA).

Entrepreneurship Summit in Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey – CIPE Deputy Director Jean Rogers represented CIPE at the Entrepreneurship Summit, hosted by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in follow up to the 2010 initiative hosted by President Obama.

Safadi-Stanford Initiative for Policy Innovation Presents Awards to Safadi Scholars

SAFADI-STANFORD INITATIVE FOR POLICY INNOVATION (SSIPI) PRESENTS AWARDS TO SAFADI SCHOLARS
CONFERENCE FEATURES KEYNOTE REMARKS BY CHRISTINE LAGARDE, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 13, 2011

 

NEWS RELEASE: SSIPI Presents Awards to Safadi Scholars

Safadi-Stanford Initative for Policy Innovation (SSIPI) Presents Awards to Safadi Scholars Conference Features Keynote Remarks by Christine Lagarde, Managing Director Of The International Monetary Fund Read more…

Access to Information Programs

Democracies and market economies can function at full capacity only when they embrace the idea of free and unfettered access to information for citizens and leaders alike. Equality in access to information fosters equal access to opportunity and ensures that democracies are able to deliver. Transparency in governance and economic transactions, which sustains informed citizen choices, is a pillar of political economic freedom. Read more…

Impact on Reform: Egypt

Supporting Egypt's Transition to Democracy At this crucial junction in Egypt’s history, CIPE is focused on helping Egyptians establish the fundamental institutions for democracy and a market economy based on the rule of law, that afford broad-based opportunity for political and economic participation and prosperity for all citizens. CIPE is drawing upon a diverse network of organizations and individuals, built over nearly twenty years in the country, that together represent the full spectrum of Egypt’s diverse opinion leaders. Read more…

Programs in the Middle East & North Africa

Political and economic change has continued to dominate the Middle East and North Africa region. Throughout the region, CIPE’s partners have served as a source of skills, knowledge, and inspiration for citizens advocating for democratic institutions and free markets. CIPE’s programs in the MENA region are well-positioned to help a broad range of citizens build democratic institutions by supporting efforts that expand political and economic opportunity and empower stakeholders. Read more…

Overseas REPORT Spring 2011

OverseasREPORT is CIPE's quarterly newsletter. Read more…

Egypt: Surveys on Corruption

Weak governance and insufficient transparency allow space for corruption to flourish. Insight into where and how corruption occurs and which transactions are most prone to bribery can help reformers know where to focus their efforts. As part of CIPE’s “Combating Corruption and Promoting Transparency” project in Egypt, CIPE worked with the Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS ) to conduct two surveys on corruption in Egypt. Read more…

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