- e-Tolling: Some guiding principles from Tunisia’s rural electrification programme
- The “local private sector” – what is it, and how can it grow in the developing world?
- Discussion on Development Effectiveness – population control as a factor in development
- South Africa’s BRIC involvement – any views?
- Development effectiveness – a primer for the uninitiated
- Linsey Dyer on e-Tolling: Some guiding principles from Tunisia’s rural electrification programme
- Michael on e-Tolling: Some guiding principles from Tunisia’s rural electrification programme
- Anna Fatti on Frontier Advisory BRICS Summit: What it means for South Africa
- Canute Temu on Development effectiveness – a primer for the uninitiated
- Linsey Dyer on Development effectiveness – a primer for the uninitiated
Tag Archives: infrastructure
There’s a fascinating thread on this post on the Guardian’s site, examining the nature of the private sector, the difference (and the gulf) between multinationals and the local private sector in developing countries and measures which should be considered to … Continue reading
Late yesterday afternoon, I attended a seminar organised by Frontier Advisory and hosted by the Johannesburg Stock Exchange on what opportunities South Africa’s involvement in the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) group of nations could represent for the … Continue reading
A longtime friend recently asked me a question about the ratio of capital to labour for development purposes, and I’ve been struggling with it…partly because his question “Are we really applying the correct ratio of capital to labour?” has quite … Continue reading
I thought if we were going to get a dialogue going on international development, we might as well start by getting some definitions going. I apologise in advance for all the formatting – it helps to keep track of the … Continue reading
Recognising that Africa is no longer in need of aid baskets but economic partners (and granting that humanitarian aid still has its place throughout the world), Canada’s government is increasingly focusing on the economic opportunities that investing on the continent … Continue reading