Dialogue for better policy design

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If you wonder how to put oil in your reform engine, see the latest on PublicPrivateDialogue.org. The proceedings of the workshop held in Paris earlier this year present the Charter of Good Practice in Public-Private Dialogue, which was drafted in real-time by practitioners from 30 countries. The report also presents 10 case studies submitted by PPD facilitators – each only 4 pages long. Learn about how the investment climate reform process can benefit from private sector input into policy design, but also how the potential risks of dialogue can be tamed through good practice processes. Case studies include: how a group of farmers from the Philippines succeeded in impacting WTO renegotiations, how a joint business-government task force in Fiji tackled key regulatory reforms, how a public-private dialogue initiative in Peru increased the “market for reform” or how the the National Action Group in Malawi monitors its performance.

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