CIPE 2014 Annual Report

Find out more about CIPE's work around the world in 2014. READ IT HERE

It's Time for Tunisia to Take the Next Big Step

In an article for Foreign Policy written with Mohamed Malouche of the Tunisian American Young Professionals, CIPE's Abdulwahab Alkebsi argues that Syria needs to undertake serious economic reform for its democratic transition to succeed. READ IT HERE

Pakistan's Evolving Corruption Landscape

CIPE Senior Program Office Frank Brown recently wrote about Pakistan’s evolving corruption environment in Ethisphere magazine. READ IT HERE

Building a Future for Syria's Youth

CIPE and its partner the Syrian Economic Forum are working to prepare Syria's displaced youth for a brighter, more democratic, more prosperous future. WATCH THE VIDEO

News & Events

Strengthening Fragile States: Causes and Solutions

Fragile states drive a disproportionate share of the world’s instability, violen

"Pakistan's Evolving Corruption Landscape" featured in Ethisphere Magazine

"Stronger enforcement of international anti-corruption laws is forcing the business community in Pakistan to adapt," writes CIPE Senior Program Officer Frank Brown in a feature story for Ethisphere magazine.

With strong anti-bribery legislation now covering much of the developed world, multinationals are demanding that their suppliers and partners in emerging market countries like Pakistan institute tough new anti-corruption controls. Brown writes about how CIPE has been working with Pakistani firms to adapt to this new reality, ensuring that they can profit from being a part of global value chains while helping stamp out the kind of pervasive corruption that stifles the local economy.

Ronald Coase Institute and CIPE to Sponsor Conference on the Impact of Coasean Research on International Economic Policies and Development

On March 27-28, the Ronald Coase Institute and the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) will sponsor a two day conference on the impact and legacy of Coasean research on international economic policies and development. Coase’s ideas about transaction costs, the nature of the firm, the role of government, and the problem of social cost are hugely influential. Coase challenged scholars and policy practitioners to examine real-world institutions, analyze alternative courses of action, and change the way we think about problems.

Resources & Publications

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