2 edition of Romania"s evolving legal framework for private sector development found in the catalog.
Romania"s evolving legal framework for private sector development
Cheryl W. Gray
by Socialist Economies Reform Unit, Country Economics Dept. and Europe and Central Asia Division, Legal Dept., World Bank in Washington, DC (1818 H St. NW, Washington 20433)
Written in English
|Statement||Cheryl W. Gray, Rebecca J. Hanson, and Peter G. Ianachkov.|
|Series||Policy research working papers ;, WPS 872|
|Contributions||Hanson, Rebecca J., I͡A︡nachkov, Petŭr.|
|LC Classifications||KKR920 .G73 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||92246832|
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More detailed sector-specific laws and regulations. This paper analyzes the evolving legal framework for private sector development in Romania.2 The Romanian government has worked intensively in the past two years to create a legal framework for a market economy.
While problems exist vith the current laws, and numerous remaining gaps. studying evolving legal frameworks in Eastern Europe. Other studies include Cheryl W. Gray et al., The Legal Framework for Private Sector Development in a Transitional Economy: The Case of Poland, 22 GA.
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2 This paper does not discuss certain other areas of law that are also. The private sector and development: five case studies (English) Abstract. The study profiles five case studies of the International Finance Corporation-sponsored ventures, chosen because of their development potential, or, because of unusual setbacks, as the case may be.
The Kori Kollo gold and silver mine in Bolivia, is an. PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT: A REVISED STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK I. INTRODUCTION 1. A vibrant private sector is a critical component of economic growth and sustainable development. Thriving businesses create jobs. Jobs provide incomes. Steady incomes reduce poverty and create opportunities for new generations.
This cycle is at the core. Support for private sector development, defined as activities by governments, companies, individuals, ADB, or others to build a vibrant and competitive private sector in DMCs, is a key tool in this effort.
Private sector development has been an institutional priority at ADB since Private Sector Development (PSD) reform action plan. The PSD reform ac-tion plan is being mainstreamed into the Government ministries.
To achieve the reform objectives, cited above, efforts were also focused on addressing current private sector constraints, based on the identified prior-ity areas.
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Research on Private Sector Development in Developing Countries. Simon White. August explores the role of private sector development (PSD) in development research and initiatives.
The paper presents findings, conclusions and recommendations on PSD to White, S. A Conceptual Framework to Guide Research on Private Sector. framework for private sector development.
The focus of this briefing paper is the role of private sector development in the development policy of the EU. The paper describes the major drivers behind PSD intensification. Furthermore, the paper aims to describe the potential impacts of PSD on the coherence between the EU institutions and between.
Development in Slovakia" (hereinafter referred to as: "the Project"). The Terms of Reference of the Project call for ECNL to inter alia prepare a report on the distinctive features of the legal framework for social economy/social enterprises in the five European Union (EU) countries.
According to the TOR, the Report should coverFile Size: KB. Project description. Title: Framework and Finance for Private Sector Development in Tajikistan Commissioned by: German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) Country: Tajikistan Lead executing agency: Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Republic of Tajikistan Overall term: to An evaluation of the EU’s support to Private Sector Development (PSD) comes at a time when EuropeAid’s redefines its future private sector strategy.
PSD is a key priority of the Agenda for Change, which provides direction for the EU’s new development policy. The conclusions of the evaluation were presented at a seminar in Brussels earlier. approaches, is complementary to them, providing an overarching framework to aid understanding about their use in efforts to reduce poverty.
This document builds on an initial briefing note prepared by Fauno for E+I “The enabling environment for business and other fields of private sector development” and feedback from E+I on that note.
RWANDA PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Unleashing the private sector in Rwanda 9 KEY INTERVENTIONS: The PSDS will be delivered through seven programmes to be implemented over the period from to These will be the main focus for driving the development of the private sector over the period.
Figure 1 shows how they linkFile Size: 3MB. Trade and private sector in the context of EU external policies 16 Development policy 16 Neighbourhood policy 17 Trade policy 18 3.
specific external policies related to Trade and Private sector development 19 Aid for Trade 19 Other Commission Communications on issues relating to private sector development. The Private Sector and Its Role in Development: A Trade Union Perspective As the different elements of a Post Development gradually emerge there is least one element that seems almost pre-ordained.
That is, the private sector will have a feature role whether it likes it or not. Private Sector Development Strategy in Romania after EU Accession: Policy Priorities and Implications1 ECSPF, World Bank May Summary: In recent years, the strategy for private sector development in Romania focused on the EU accession agenda.
This approach contributed to move Romania from a position of one ofFile Size: KB. Creating A Legal Framework For Economic Development Authors/Editors: Richard A Related Topics: Law and Development, Finance and Financial Sector Development, Gender.
LAWS, LAWYERS, LEGAL DOCTRINE, LEGAL FRAMEWORK, LEGAL REFORM, LEGAL REFORMS, LEGAL REMEDIES, LEGAL RIGHTS, LEGAL SYSTEMS, NEGLIGENCE, PROPERTY Cited by:. Private Sector Development in Reintegration and Reconstruction Programmes There has, however, been some criticism of the World Bank research.
Critics have focused on the methodology and analysis. The methodology has been questioned because of a measure of subjectivity in the indicators. The analysis has been criticised as taking a rather.The development community has shown wide interest in better understanding the mobilisation effect of public development finance.
So far, three surveys have been launched by the DAC Secretariat (,) with the objective of exploring the feasibility of measuring the amounts mobilised by public development finance in the DAC system.The Role of the State in Promoting Regional Integration and Private Sector Development by legal framework, financial markets and trade openness.
By contrast, the second approach, based on the neo-structuralist perspective, posits the existence inhibit private sector development. In this regards, the state emerges as a fundamental player.