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Development Co-operation Report 2016  
branch Table of contents
     Preface
     Foreword
     Acronyms and abbreviations
     Editorial
     Executive summary
Infographic. Investing in people, the planet and prosperity: Five pathways
1 Overview: Putting sustainable development at the core of business models
     The global goals call for mobilising all resources for sustainable development
     Sustainable business needs to become “business as usual”
     Governments can help to create conditions that favour good investment
     Global change needs to be built from the bottom up
     Ensuring credibility, accountability and transparency is fundamental
     A new generation of multi-stakeholder partnerships needs to be put in place
     The way forward for business and sustainable development
     Ten key recommendations for putting sustainable development at the core of business models
     References
I The SDGs as sustainable business opportunities and five approaches to make it happen
2 Trends in foreign direct investment and their implications for development
     The global foreign direct investment slump continues
     The global distribution of foreign direct investment is shifting
     Global investment trends show warning signs for emerging markets
     What are the policy implications of a slowdown in foreign direct investment?
     The way forward for foreign direct investment
     Key messages on foreign direct investment
     References
3 Blending public and private funds for sustainable development
     New sources of capital are available to close the sustainable development financing gap
     Numerous barriers limit private sector investment in emerging markets
     Blended finance can help diversify skills and resources for development
     What is needed to achieve the potential of blended finance?
     The way forward for blended finance
     Key recommendations for scaling up blended finance
     References
4 Measuring private finance mobilised for sustainable development
     International stakeholders are joining forces to track mobilised finance
     Measuring mobilised finance presents challenges of definition, scope and methodology
     The OECD-DAC is developing an international standard for measuring mobilisation
     A new OECD survey confirms the feasibility of collecting data on mobilisation
     The way forward for measuring mobilised private finance
     Key recommendations for measuring mobilised private finance
     References
5 Investing for social impact in developing countries
     Development challenges offer opportunities for social impact investment
     Enthusiasm for social impact investment is growing
     Foundations have pioneered social impact investment
     Institutional investors are looking increasingly to the developing world
     The social impact investment ecosystem is complex
     Innovation in social impact investment is flourishing
     Measurement of social impact is key
     The way forward for social impact investment
     Key recommendations for getting social impact investment right
     References
6 Promoting sustainable development through responsible business conduct
     What is responsible business conduct?
     OECD tools promote and enable responsible business conduct to support sustainable development
     Responsible business conduct can help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals
     The way forward for promoting responsible business conduct
     Key messages for responsible business conduct
     References
II Profiles of development co-operation providers
    Engaging the private sector in development co-operation: Learning from peers
     An analytical framework guides the peer learning exercise
     Initial findings contain valuable lessons for private sector engagement
     Adding value through achieving and measuring results
     The way forward for engaging with the private sector in development co-operation
     References
    Development Assistance Committee members' ODA performance in 2014 and 2015
     Overall aid trends
     Aggregate aid trends by aid types and channels
     References
    Profiles of development co-operation providers
     Australia
     Austria
     Belgium
     Canada
     Czech Republic
     Denmark
     European Union institutions
     Finland
     France
     Germany
     Greece
     Iceland
     Ireland
     Italy
     Japan
     Korea
     Luxembourg
     Netherlands
     New Zealand
     Norway
     Poland
     Portugal
     Slovak Republic
     Slovenia
     Spain
     Sweden
     Switzerland
     United Kingdom
     United States
    Providers of development co-operation beyond the DAC: Trends and profiles
     Estimated global concessional development finance
     Providers of development co-operation that report to the OECD
     Non-reporting countries
     Private development flows
     References
    Annex 
A. Technical notes on definitions and measurement
B. Methodological notes on the Profiles of Development Assistance Committee members
     Glossary
 



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