This paper from the OECD presents a conceptual discussion of how potential SOE advantages can generate cross-border effects.
This brief from the OECD summarizes the recent Berlin Policy Forum which stressed the need for global action to prevent violent conflict and fragility.
This report from the OECD recognizes the fact that aid is only one part of the equation in fragile situations and provides evidence on the main resources in fragile situations, how they interact, and what issues and countries should be of concern.
In this report from the Hudson Institute, Carol Adelman and Kacie Marano outline the continued growth of private financial flows to the developing world and how this affects international philanthropy and global foreign aid.
Evaluating Peacebuilding Activities in Settings of Conflict and Fragility: Improving Learning for Results
In this paper from the Development Assistance Committee at the OECD, Jonathan White provides background on key policy issues affecting donor engagement in settings of conflict and fragility and introduces some of the challenges to evaluation particular to these settings. It then provides step-by-step guidance on the core steps in planning, carrying out and learning from evaluation, as well as some basic principles on programme design and management.
This paper from the OECD reflects a study on global factors influencing the risk of conflict and fragility.
This annual report from the OECD looks at international capital flows with a focus on what they mean for fragile states.
This report from the OECD outlines ways that peacebuilding and statebuilding efforts can be strengthened and improved.
These principles from the OECD outline how states can hope to engage in fragile situations in ways that are both effective and positive.
OECD Handbook on Contracting Out Government Functions and Services in Post-Conflict and Fragile Situations
This handbook from the OECD aims to help practitioners have a deeper understanding of the process of contracting state functions, including their risks and benefits.