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Sri Lanka’s Democratic Transition: Can Substance Match the Talk?

10.27.2015, 2:00PM to 4:00PM
With two elections, all signs point to a real democracy emerging in Sri Lanka, but much work needs to be done for the transition to succeed. The Sirisena government has promised a new era of transparent government to tackle corruption and advance economic and political reforms, but can the governmen...
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Women’s Entrepreneurship: Giving Women a Voice through Economic Empowerment

10.19.2015, 2:00PM to 4:00PM
Innovation and jobs created by women entrepreneurs are vital to economic growth worldwide. What is equally important is that entrepreneurial success by women also leads to their greater democratic participation in national and regional governance. Female entrepreneurs and businesswomen from all over...
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New SDG Framework: Securing the Future through Inclusive Economic Growth

7.20.2015, 2:00PM to 4:00PM
Job creation and poverty reduction is arguably the biggest problem facing the world today. With the post-2015 development agenda about to be finalized, CIPE hosted a timely discussion on the role of the private sector in multi-stakeholder efforts to achieve the new Sustainable Development Goals (SD...
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Strengthening Fragile States: Causes and Solutions

5.1.2015, 2:00PM to 4:00PM
Fragile states drive a disproportionate share of the world’s instability, violence, and poverty. People living in these countries suffer from weak or dysfunctional institutions, social divisions, corruption, poor governance, a lack of protection of rights, and large informal sectors. These problem...
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The Next Generation of Discovery: Research and Policy Change Inspired by Ronald Coase

3.27.2015, 9:00AM to 3.28.2015, 12:00AM
CIPE and the Ronald Coase Institute held a conference celebrating the life and work of Ronald Coase, his insights into the conduct of economic research, and lessons for institutional reform. Coase challenged scholars and policy practitioners to examine real-world institutions, analyze alternative co...
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Shaping the New Development Agenda

9.9.2014, 2:00PM to 4:00PM
As we approach the end of the basic period of performance for the Millennium Development Goals, the development community is engaged in an intensive effort to shape a new agenda. The outcome of the current deliberations will have a profound impact on the future of international cooperation to encour...
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CIPE Hosts Roundtable with Tunisian National Constituent Assembly

5.1.2012, 9:00AM to 11:00AM
  On May 2, 2012, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) hosted a roundtable with four members of the Tunisian National Constituent Assembly (NCA): Meherzia Laabidi of the Al-Nahda party and the NCA’s Vice-President; Zied Daoulatli, also of Al-Nahda, who is part of the NCA’s...
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