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Over the years, CIPE has actively contributed to policy discussions and thought leadership in the democracy and economic communities.
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Nigeria: Maritime Ports Feedback Report

09.20.2018 | Case Studies
  Executive Summary Over the last decade, Nigerian maritime port sector experienced concerted efforts by different stakeholders (Federal Government in collaboration with private sector and development partners) to reposition it for efficiency and global best practices. For instance over the la...

Channeling the Tide: Protecting Democracies Amid a Flood of Corrosive Capital

Introduction & Summary There is an alarming trend occurring worldwide that threatens democracy and free market principles. A growing volume of evidence indicates that many forms of capital emanating from authoritarian nations are having a corrosive effect on democratic institutions a...

Lessons in Democratic Development

05.25.2018 | Case Studies | John D. Sullivan
For 35 years, the Center for International Private Enterprise has participated in a worldwide effort to build the institutions of markets and democracy. During that time, CIPE has developed a number of innovative programs in partnership with business associations, think tanks, and other nongovernmen...

Guide to Responsible Investment in Post-Conflict Zones

04.10.2018 | Guides & Tools
Introduction: Guide to Responsible Investment in Post-Conflict Zones Colombia has achieved great successes despite having experienced various forms of violence and conflict since the mid-twentieth century. For several decades its economy has grown steadily, without fluctuations or significant crises...

Changing Destinies: How Entrepreneurs Help Build Democracy

11.16.2017 | Articles | Kim Eric Bettcher
Entrepreneurs drive change. They provide ideas, initiative, and leadership that invigorate development and transform society. Young, growing firms lead economic change by propelling gains in productivity and employment. In doing so, they reshape attitudes, social relations, and institutions. They ar...

Democratic and Market Values Face Obstacles in Poland

10.16.2017 | Articles | Mieczysław Bąk, Anna Szczesniak, Przemysław Kulawczuk
Article at a Glance: When the socially conservative Law and Justice Party (PiS) came to majority power in Poland in 2015, it was the country’s first single-party or non-coalition government since the fall of Communism. The biggest threat to democracy is the ongoing Constitutional Court crisis, wh...
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