IBON Primer on the Private Sector in Development: Privatization of Development Cooperation?

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2014|68 pages

This trend towards broader private sector roles in development may be discerned in the United Nations-led course on the post-2015 agenda; in the 2012 UNCSD summit that pushed for the so-called “Green Economy” agenda; in the annual UNFCCC climate talks; and in other global governance bodies such as the World Trade Organization and the G-20. The same debate is continuing in the area of aid and development effectiveness.

As the world approached the crucial year of 2015, the basic question remained to be clarified: What is the role of the private sector in development? This IBON primer offers to pursue the question and find some answers that are especially relevant for developing countries and their people’s aspiration for full, sustainable, and equitable development.

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Contents

Foreword

Introduction:  Development and the Private Sector

Chapter I: The Policy Shift to Private Sector Development

Chapter II: Private Sector Role in Development Cooperation

Chapter III: Towards Democratic Ownership of Development

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Weight 1 kg

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