This report offers a cumulative picture of Oxfam’s Enterprise Development Program (EDP) over the last four years.
This paper reviews the theory and empirics of the intersection between decentralization and internal conflict.
This paper presents a rent-seeking model of conflict, which highlights the role of ideology in determining whether the government or the rebels take the initiative. The authors use the model to interpret the impact of a large-scale Community-Driven Development project on civil conflict in the Philippines.
This book presents case studies of effective, innovative reform programs designed and implemented by business associations, think tanks, and other independent organizations in partnership with the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE).
This paper offers a framework for replicating models of improving local business and investment climates.
This document presents the findings from the Philippines component of a five-country case study on the role of regulation in the development of microinsurance markets.
Case Studies in Enterprise Development in Post-Conflict Situations: Bosnia - Phillipines - Afghanistan
This brief presents three examples of enterprise development in post-conflict environments. Through these cases, the brief highlights critical factors that an enterprise needs to succeed in a post-conflict environment.