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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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Online Course: How to Create an Enabling Environment for the Digital Economy

02.16.2021 | Guides & Tools |
Welcome to CIPE’s introductory course on “How to Create an Enabling Environment for the Digital Economy.” This interactive online course provides a high-level overview of CIPE’s Digital Economy Enabling Environment Guide: Key Areas of Dialogue for Business and Policymakers, developed in part...

The Impact of COVID-19 and PNG’s Reform Agenda

02.17.2021 | Articles | Paul Barker
Introduction After several years of poor economic performance, including negligible economic and employment growth, and growing debt and debt servicing costs, Papua New Guinea (PNG) commenced 2020 with cautious optimism that the modest recovery which commenced in 2019 would be sustained. The gains m...

Co-regulating the Indonesian Digital Economy

03.11.2021 | Case Studies
This report was originally published on the Center for Indonesian Policy Studies website. Through its partnership with CIPE, the Center for Indonesian Policy Studies published a paper titled, “Co-regulating the Indonesian Digital Economy.” This paper examines the digital economy regulatory envir...

Corruption Risk Mapping in Kenya’s Private Sector

03.24.2021 | Case Studies | Charles Otieno
This is a report on the Corruption Risk Mapping (CRM) and Anti-Bribery Compliance Assessment conducted in November 2018 in the Private Sector on behalf of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA). The study mapped out the risk of corruption to businesses operating in Kenya and with the purpose of p...

Papua New Guinea: Centering the “People’s Economy” in COVID-19 Recovery

03.24.2021 | Articles | Michelle Nayahamui Rooney
Introduction Papua New Guinea (PNG), the largest country in the Pacific region, is one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse countries on Earth. It has an estimated population of around 8.9 million people, of whom around 35% are between 0 and 14 years old, and around 65% are below the ag...

The True State of the Chinese Economy

03.30.2021 | Articles | Chen Bing-Ming
INTRODUCTION The Chinese economy is able to maintain a certain level of growth. From the second half of this year [2020] through next year, the trend will be obvious. But over the years, as chronic issues take their toll in the wake of the pandemic, this growth will look insignificant. While GDP sta...

A Users’ Manual on Registering and Operating CSOs, BMOs, and Business Start-Ups in Ethiopia

03.30.2021 | Guides & Tools | CIPE East Africa Regional Office in Addis Ababa
The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), in collaboration with the African Civic Leadership Program (ACLP), is proud to present A Users’ Manual on Registering and Operating CSOs, BMOs, and Business Start-Ups in Ethiopia. This legal guide for Ethiopian Civil Society Organiz...

Opportunities to Reduce Economic Informality

04.05.2021 | Guides & Tools | Kim Eric Bettcher
Introduction Most of the world has an informal, or hidden, economy working in parallel to the formal, or mainstream, economy. The informal sector produces goods and services outside of government regulation and without legal status or protection. It consists of all firms, labor, and activities that ...
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