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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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Presidential Debates Ignite Policy Dialogue in Paraguay

09.16.2014 | Case Studies | Brent Ruth
Introduction In 2008, Paraguay’s political system emerged from 60 years of one-party rule when the Electoral Alliance won the elections and ousted the Colorado Party from power. With the end of the single five-year term of President Fernando Lugo in sight, elections were scheduled for April 2013. ...

Developing Entrepreneurial Talent and Leadership Among Youth in Peru

08.13.2014 | Case Studies | Brent Ruth
Introduction Since the early 2000s Peru has seen a period of sustained economic growth and poverty reduction, as well as three successive transitions of power via democratic elections. Despite this, not everyone believes their lives have improved as a result of democracy and free markets in their cu...

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...

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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