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- DocumentEvidence and Lessons from Latin America, 2013The green economy is a development model based on principles of ecological economics and sustainability. Despite the lack of international treaties that formalise green economic principles, some countries have made substantial progress towards transforming specific sectors, with Latin America leading some of these efforts.Document2013Drawing on case study material from across Latin America, the publications in this overview present and analyse progress made on the right to consultation at the regional and national levels, on-going challenges and key lessons learned.DocumentEvidence and Lessons from Latin America, 2013The publications presented in this overview represent some of the key resources dealing with a variety of issues related to rural development and small-scale farming in Latin America. The selected publications focus on: Market Access ; Territorial Development ; Rural Development ; Agricultural Productivity ; Reality of Smallholder Farmers ; and Land Use and Rights .DocumentEvidence and Lessons from Latin America, 2011Increasingly, Latin American (LA) Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs), the agencies in charge of overseeing the use of public resources, are creating mechanisms to involve citizens in the oversight process in order to improve the quality of audits, increase citizens’ trust in public institutions, and ensure their right to participate in public decisions.DocumentEvidence and Lessons from Latin America, 2012Latin American cities are tackling environmental challenges through governance mechanisms and initiatives at the local level. The list of publications contianed in this brief highlights key research, policy analysis, and case studies focusing on the urban environmental governance strategies used in Latin American urban areas.Document
Strengthening bilateral trade and investment relationship Between Latin America and the Philippines: beyond economic diplomacyPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2004Trade with nontraditional and distant markets has always been regarded as worth exploring in an effort to increase market shares amidst the downside effects of globalization and regional trade cooperation.DocumentBanco Interamericano de Desarrollo / Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), 2012Broadband plays a key role in society, impacting GDP, productivity, and employment. In the Latin American and Caribbean region, which is characterized by low broadband penetration costly Internet connection, low usage, and sporadic adoption of mobile technology, a major goal for governments is to universalize access to and usage of broadband.Document
Effectiveness of international anticorruption conventions on domestic policy changes in Latin America2012This study evaluates the effectiveness of Transparency International Latin America and Caribbean Department (TI - LAC) Conventions Program’s strategy . This strategy tries to generate a dynamic stimulus for the effective implementation of the Inter - American Convention against Corruption ( IACC ) and the United Nations ’ Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) in the Americas.DocumentWorld Bank, 2012How much reduction in inequality and poverty does Latin America accomplish through taxes and transfers? How progressive are revenue-collection and social-spending patterns? This new 'Inequality in Focus' Brief from the World Bank's Poverty Reduction and Equity Department explores these questions.Document
Open government and targeted transparency: trends and challenges for Latin America and the CaribbeanBanco Interamericano de Desarrollo / Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), 2013Transparency and integrity are key factors in consolidating democratic governance and deepening the modernization of the state. The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has been supporting country efforts to achieve open government, providing technical support and knowledge on transparency in the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region.