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Local Content Frameworks in Latin American and African oil and gas sector
Evidence and Lessons from Latin America 2015
The limited nature of mineral resources and demands of the extractive sector require policymakers to find mechanisms to maximise the sector’s benefits. One potential mechanism to achieve this is so-called ‘local content&rs...
Global boom, local impacts: mining revenues and subnational outcomes in Peru 2007-2011
O. Zambrano; M. Robles; D. Laos / Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo / Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) 2014
The relationship between the abundance of natural resources and socio-economic performance has been a main object of study in the economic development field since Adam Smith. Dominated by the verification of the so called curse of nat...
A safeguarding system for cultural heritage in Korea: Focused on the activities of restoration, transmission, and protection of designated cultural properties < Others < Social Development < Resources
Chang Gyoo Kim; Jong Ho Choe; Yu Gyeong Jeong / Korea Development Institute 2012
In January of 1962, the Government abolished the Act of Treasures, Ancient Sites, Scenic sites, and Natural Monuments of Joseon, which they had retained due to financial difficulty since the colonial period, and then it established an...
Consultation report on Equatorial Guinea’s key policy sectors: ariculture, fisheries, tourism, and finance
Korea Development Institute 2013
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is an emerging West African country with its solid vision for growth, and, with the national strategic document of “Vision 2020” and under the administrative guidance of the National Agenc...
Global goals, African realities: building a sustainable future for all
Africa Progress Panel 2015
The Africa Progress Report is the annual flagship publication of the Africa Progress Panel (APP). The report draws on the best research and analysis, and makes policy recommendations for African political leaders and civil society who...
Policy issues for the ASEAN economic community: the Rules of Origin
E.M. Medalla; J.T. Yap / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2008
Striking a balance between trade facilitation and preventing trade deflection is the single most difficult challenge with regard to the issue of rules of origin (ROO). ASEAN ROO is already considered as among the simplest in the world...
A cautionary note on the interpretation of unit labor costs as an indicator of competitiveness, with reference to the Philippines
Felipe J. / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2010
This note shows that unit labor costs, the most widely used measure of competitiveness, are equivalent to the labor share in output multiplied by a price-adjustment factor. This has three main implications. First, unit labor co...
ASEAN Rules of Origin: lessons and recommendations for Best Practice
E.M. Medalla; J.D. Balboa / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2009
Rules of origin (ROO) set the criteria in determining the nationality of a product and where a product was made. The importance of ROO has increased in the past years as more countries engage in free trade agreements (FTAs) and begun ...
Toolkit - 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence
2015
This toolkit is a step-by-step simple guide on how a company can tackle an issue that impacts health, wellbeing, absence and turn over in the workplace. Companies can address 16 Days in myriad of ways, by either hosting a huge ...
National industrialization in Philippine mining: review and suggestions
D.C. Israel / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2011
Among the most daunting constraints mining has been facing is that it is a generally extractive activity the way it has been traditionally practiced. This makes the country a mere exporter of raw materials to industrialized count...
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A safeguarding system for cultural heritage in Korea: Focused on the activities of restoration, transmission, and protection of designated cultural properties < Others < Social Development < Resources
Chang Gyoo Kim; Jong Ho Choe; Yu Gyeong Jeong / Korea Development Institute 2012
In January of 1962, the Government abolished the Act of Treasures, Ancient Sites, Scenic sites, and Natural Monuments of Joseon, which they had retained due to financial difficulty since the colonial period, and then it established an...
Consultation report on Equatorial Guinea’s key policy sectors: ariculture, fisheries, tourism, and finance
Korea Development Institute 2013
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is an emerging West African country with its solid vision for growth, and, with the national strategic document of “Vision 2020” and under the administrative guidance of the National Agenc...
Global goals, African realities: building a sustainable future for all
Africa Progress Panel 2015
The Africa Progress Report is the annual flagship publication of the Africa Progress Panel (APP). The report draws on the best research and analysis, and makes policy recommendations for African political leaders and civil society who...
Policy issues for the ASEAN economic community: the Rules of Origin
E.M. Medalla; J.T. Yap / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2008
Striking a balance between trade facilitation and preventing trade deflection is the single most difficult challenge with regard to the issue of rules of origin (ROO). ASEAN ROO is already considered as among the simplest in the world...
A cautionary note on the interpretation of unit labor costs as an indicator of competitiveness, with reference to the Philippines
Felipe J. / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2010
This note shows that unit labor costs, the most widely used measure of competitiveness, are equivalent to the labor share in output multiplied by a price-adjustment factor. This has three main implications. First, unit labor co...
ASEAN Rules of Origin: lessons and recommendations for Best Practice
E.M. Medalla; J.D. Balboa / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2009
Rules of origin (ROO) set the criteria in determining the nationality of a product and where a product was made. The importance of ROO has increased in the past years as more countries engage in free trade agreements (FTAs) and begun ...
Toolkit - 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence
2015
This toolkit is a step-by-step simple guide on how a company can tackle an issue that impacts health, wellbeing, absence and turn over in the workplace. Companies can address 16 Days in myriad of ways, by either hosting a huge ...
National industrialization in Philippine mining: review and suggestions
D.C. Israel / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2011
Among the most daunting constraints mining has been facing is that it is a generally extractive activity the way it has been traditionally practiced. This makes the country a mere exporter of raw materials to industrialized count...
Analysis of specific legal and trade-related issues in a possible PH-EU economic partnership
L.-L.A.B. Barcenas / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2015
The paper provides a broad overview of the mandate of the Philippine Constitution in relation to commitments made under free trade agreements and compares this to the EU mandate as a means of assessing the underlying development goals...
Green and gold: promoting eco-adventure and cultural tourism for inclusive and sustainable growth
O.F. Picazo / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2015
Tourism has been identified as one cross-cutting priority topic, straddling the objectives of employment generation (inclusivity) and sustainability in the Philippines. This paper briefly reviews the literature on the emerging ...
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Global Union Research Network (GURN)
The GURN is a cooperation project of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), the Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD (TUAC) , the Global Union Federations (GUFs), the ILO's International Institute for Labour Studies (IILS) and the ILO's Bureau for Workers' Activities (ACTRAV). Currently, the ITUC, TUAC and ILO/ACTRAV form the steering committee of the GURN. The aim of...
Forum for the future
Forum for the future is a charity working to promote sustainable development. The organisation works with individuals and organisations - in business and government, providing guidance and support as well as practical training for sustainability. They also run a Masters course in Leadership for Sustainable Development. The website provides information on news and insights and access to...
The Oil, Gas and Mining Sustainable Community Development Fund (CommDev)
The Oil, Gas and Mining Sustainable Community Development Fund (CommDev) is a funding mechanism for practical capacity building, training, technical assistance, implementation support, awareness-raising, and tool development. CommDev promotes trilateral partnerships among communities, local governments, and extractive industry companies to develop not only immediate win-win-win benefits...
FairPensions
FairPensions is a charity calling for responsible investment by UK pension funds. It argues that "as owners of about a fifth of the UK stock market, pension funds have the power to challenge companies to improve their behaviour. FairPensions believes that pension funds should consider their members' values - instead many pension funds invest in companies that undermine human rights and damage...
Center for the Advanced Study of India, University of Pennsylvania
The Advanced Study of India is the only research institution in the United States dedicated to the study of contemporary India. Through collaborative research initiatives, seminars, conferences, publications, and outreach, the centre provides a forum for various actors to discuss and develop policy-relevant analysis related to India.
The Centre for Innovation, Knowledge and Development, The Open University (IKD)
The main focus of the Centre for Innovation, Knowledge and Development (IKD) is to explore ways that knowledge and innovation can contribute to inclusive and sustainable patterns of development. IKD does this by concentrating on three interlinked themes: innovation and international development; knowledge, capabilities and human development; and governance, management and sustainable developmen...
Impactt
Impactt has been working in ethical trade, helping companies to improve working conditions in their supply chains in a way that brings clear business benefits to both ends of the chain. Impactt's work includes advising on strategy development and review, developing and delivering training courses for internal teams and suppliers, supporting the management of ethical trading programmes,...
The Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR)
The Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) is an independent, national human rights institution modelled in accordance with the UN Paris Principles. The Institute, which was established by statute in 2002, carries on the mandate vested in the Danish Centre for Human Rights in 1987. This encompasses research, education and the implementation of national and international programmes. The Instit...
Factory Improvement Training (FIT 5)
FIT5 has been developed by the TüV Rheinland Group (Shenzhen) and CSR Asia (Hong Kong) with the  support of InWEnt Capacity Building International as a multi-supplier training programme for the apparel sector in China that links productivity and quality with CSR.  
Institute of Contemporary Observation (ICO)
The Institute of Contemporary Observation (ICO) is a civil society organisation dedicated to labour development and corporate social responsibility. It drives China's sustainable development by various tiers, such as research, labour rights advocacy, social responsibility consultation, education and training, legal aid, community service, etc. ICO adheres to principles of justice, indep...
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