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Informal Sector & Property Rights

The informal economy comprises half to three-quarters of all non-agricultural employees in developing countries. In countries with large informal sectors, business activities go unrecorded, taxes are not paid, opportunities for corruption are rampant, and many citizens are not able to participate in public policymaking. Informality is a symptom of underlying institutional problems. To harness the capital locked in the informal sector, governments must offer incentives that encourage entrepreneurs to formalize, such as a simplified business registration process. Read more…

Women's Empowerment Programs

A brief overview of CIPE's approach to women's empowerment programs. Read more…

Programs in Africa

A brief review of the impact for reform made by CIPE-supported partners in Africa. Read more…

Entrepreneurship Programs

A brief overview of CIPE programming aimed at promoting Entrepreneurship. Read more…

Youth Programs

A brief overview of CIPE programming aimed at improving the role of Youth in Development. Read more…

Access to Information Programs

A brief overview of CIPE programming aimed at improving Access to Information. Read more…

Programs in Latin America & the Caribbean

A brief review of the impact for reform made by CIPE-supported partners in Latin America & the Caribbean. Read more…

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CIPE

Center for International Private Enterprise
1155 15th Street NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
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