Combating Corrosive Capital in Argentina
In collaboration with the Center for the Implementation of Public Policies Promoting Equity and Growth (CIPPEC), CIPE is addressing and raising awareness of governance challenges posed by corrosive capital inflows in Argentina. Through stakeholder roundtables, policy recommendations, the establishment of a database that tracks public investment by source and in-depth advocacy tools, CIPE is addressing the impact of corrosive capital, raising awareness of governance challenges, and advocating to close the gaps utilized by corrosive capital inflows from undemocratic states.
Supporting capacity building of SMEs to compete in the digital economy
In collaboration with Fundación Libertad, CIPE is compiling and disseminating public policy recommendations to improve the regulatory environment for Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME). Through the establishment of SME capacity building programs in Argentina CIPE is helping SMEs compete in the new digital environment and identify public policy solutions to the problems exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Improving the management of state-owned enterprises to mitigate corruption risks
In collaboration with the Center for the Implementation of Public Policies Promoting Equity and Growth (CIPPEC), CIPE is improving transparency and integrity in SOEs and supporting South-South network collaboration. By disseminating best practices on implementing corporate governance standards in SOEs and by consolidating annual monitoring strategies, CIPE and its partner continue to advocate for increased transparency and good governance in Argentina
- For CIPPEC, Increased Transparency and Good Governance Are Key to Creating an Equitable Argentina
- Corrosive and Constructive Capital Website in Latin America
- Catherine Gibson, Program Officer