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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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Improving the Environment for Entrepreneurship in Nepal

08.13.2014 | Case Studies | Teodora Mihaylova, Sarita Sapkota
Introduction In 2006, Nepal emerged from a decade long insurgency and centuries-old monarchical governance. The country was undergoing a transition to democracy, characterized by elections and the adoption of a new constitution. Recognizing an opening in this new political context Samriddhi, The Pro...

Entrepreneurship in the Philippines: Opportunities and Challenges for Inclusive Growth

11.15.2013 | Articles | Ryan Patrick G. Evangelista
Addressing widespread poverty is the single most important policy challenge facing the Philippines. Not only is poverty high when benchmarked against countries in Asia, but also the rate of poverty reduction has been slow. While the Philippine economy has grown at an average of 6 percent for the las...

The Philippine Experience in Transition

09.06.2012 | Articles | Jesus P. Estanislao
Article at a glance: • The experience of the Philippines can be instructive to countries currently undergoing their own democratic transitions. • Citizenship in a democracy requires responsibility. Rights and privileges must be accompanied by a sense of duty and social responsibility. • Democr...

CIPE Guide to Program Development

01.01.2009 | Guides & Tools | Kim Eric Bettcher
The CIPE Guide to Program Development introduces techniques and principles that are essential to the development of robust reform agendas. This guide explains how CIPE assists private sector citizens in designing and implementing their own reforms tailored to their country’s situation. Helping bui...

The Corporate Governance Guide for Family-Owned Companies

02.03.2008 | Guides & Tools
Family-owned companies are characterized as organizations in which the shareholders belong to the same family and participate substantially in the management, direction, and operation of the company. It is widely recognized that each family has its own unique unwritten rules, values, histories, and ...

Helping Build Democracy that Delivers

11.15.2007 | Guides & Tools | Kim Eric Bettcher
The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) is unique among groups that support democratization in that it mobilizes the private sector—business communities, economic think tanks, business journalists—for reform by making “the business case for democracy.” By understanding the loc...
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