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Building Institutions that Make Property Markets Work

11.13.2020
Property rights are among the most fundamental principles enshrined in Article 17 of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Yet access to and protection of property rights vary greatly. What is more, in many countries the understanding of property rights remains limited to prop...

Democracy That Delivers #232: Business Integrity in Time of Crisis and Beyond

11.12.2020 |
In this podcast we are joined by Katya Lysova, Program Officer for Europe and Eurasia, and Michele Crymes, Program Officer for the Anti-Corruption and Governance Center, to discuss CIPE’s new business integrity guide. This new guide has been written to support business integrity and ethics in eme...

Economic Transitions and Political Transitions: What’s the Big Deal?

11.11.2020
The past year has not been kind to democracy. Social and economic dislocations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the growing appeal of authoritarianism have dealt twin shocks to the attractiveness of consultative and representative forms of government worldwide. As analysts and politicians ...

Foreign Investment in a Post-COVID-19 World

10.21.2020
Driving Economic Growth and Good Governance while Protecting National Security Just as the adverse health effects of COVID-19 will not vanish immediately but will be resolved in stages, so too will the global economy recover in stages, across industries and around the world. As both Western economie...

Democracy That Delivers #227: Forestry Compliance with Alfredo Rodriguez

10.14.2020 |
In this episode of CIPE’s Anti-Corruption & Governance Center podcast series, we are joined by Alfredo Rodriguez, the Asia-Pacific Regional Coordinator for the Timber Regulation Enforcement Exchange (TREE) program within the Forest Policy, Trade, and Finance Initiative. Based in South Korea, ...
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