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The purpose of this second round of surveys is to assess whether the commitments made at the World Humanitarian Summit, including the Grand Bargain, are having a tangible impact on people’s lives in the most difficult contexts in the world. This...
  • 29 Apr 2019
  • International Energy Agency
  • Pages: 59
Iraq's Energy Sector: A Roadmap to a Brighter Future is the International Energy Agency’s first in-depth analysis of the country’s energy sector since 2012. It examines the problems affecting Iraq’s power sector and offers recommendations for how to...
  • 11 Jun 2010
  • OECD
  • Pages: 244
This publication reviews measures taken to support investment policy and governance reforms in Iraq.
Iraq’s recent political development has seen remarkable progress: a new political system and constitution have given rise to competitive elections, crucial policy development in such areas as the regulatory framework for governance and investment ...
Public procurement is a particularly corruption-prone government activity. Governments around the globe have grown increasingly alert to the risks of corruption and to the need for greater transparency and accountability in public procurement given ...
The challenges ahead for Iraq in managing economic recovery and implementing governance reforms remain considerable. While security improvements and increased oil revenues allowed economic reconstruction to take a substantial step forward over the ...
Expectations of citizens, businesses and civil society drive governments to ensure appropriate standards of integrity among public officials. Enhancing integrity and preventing corruption is a key consideration in their day to day work as they seek ...
The GoI has become increasingly aware of the risks posed by corruption to its country’s development and investment programme. “Corruption” as a term covers a multitude of sins, but is frequently defined as the “abuse of public or private office for ...
Iraq faces considerable economic, political and security challenges. Although security has improved since 2007, it remains problematic, and high perceived levels of corruption in the public and private sectors, closely interlinked with a “resource ...
Corruption affects public procurement in developed and developing countries alike. To fight it, however, any good practitioner must first study and understand it. This chapter explores the techniques used to misappropriate funds and seeks to draw up ...
This chapter reviews the bilateral and multilateral agreements that inform Iraq’s investment framework, as well as the growing body of domestic provisions stemming from the 2006 Investment Law, in light of the GoI’s stated objective to increase ...
Iraq’s new Constitution (2005) states that all Iraqis are equal before the law and prohibits discrimination based on sex. It cites Islam as a basic source of legislation and forbids the passing of laws contradictory to its “established rulings”. As ...
Cette partie contient la note de référence, l’ordre du jour ainsi que les conclusions de la réflexion du CAD sur la reconstruction en Irak, tenue à Paris le 21 et 22 juillet, 2003. La réflexion a servi de cadre à la tenue d’un échange de vue ...
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This part provides the background paper, the agenda and the summary of the OECD DAC meeting ‘Reflection on Reconstruction in Iraq’, held in Paris on 21-22 July 2003. The reflection provided a forum for an informal exchange of views on the challenges ...
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