Creating a conducive investment climate

Several projects are investigated the issue of what economic policy measures best contribute to creating a climate conducive to dynamic and socially inclusive business development.

Project Lead:
Tilman Altenburg

Project Team:
Christian von Drachenfels
Pamela Baijal (Project Coordination)

Time Frame:
2007 - 2009 / completed

Project description

Several projects are investigating the issue of what economic policy measures best contribute to creating a climate conducive to dynamic and socially inclusive business development. Some of this research is devoted to a critical analysis of the assumptions informing the World Bank’s Doing Business Report, asking whether a lean regulatory environment may be the key to unlocking economic dynamics in developing countries; some of this research is concerned with evaluating the knowledge we have on the framework conditions for private-sector development in Asia and in Subsahara Africa. Other studies deal with what influence certain reforms of the investment climate have on women.

Publications

Current Publications

Beyond contestation: conceptualizing negotiation in democracy promotion

Poppe, Annika Elena / Julia Leininger / Jonas Wolff
Externe Publikationen of 11 February 2019

Why developing countries are facing a renewed debt crisis

Berensmann, Kathrin
The Current Column of 11 February 2019

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