Evaluation

End of Year Impact 2012

CIPE END OF YEAR HIGHLIGHTS 2012 Read more…

Highlights of CIPE Impact on Democratic Development

Where and how has the Center for International Private Enterprise made a difference in democratic development? In the last few years alone, the positive impact of CIPE’s programs has been felt across the globe, from countries on the threshold of democratic consolidation – like Argentina, Romania, and Ukraine – to places just beginning their journey – like Afghanistan, Belarus, and Iraq. These programs have defended freedoms, strengthened civil society, broadened debate, and built consensus for reform. Read more…

25 Year Impact Evaluation

Joel Scanlon, Kim Eric Bettcher, Nigina Malikova, Steven B. Rogers, On the occasion of the Center for International Private Enterprise’s (CIPE) 25th anniversary, this internal evaluation study reviews the accomplishments and lessons of the past 10 years and reflects on a quarter century of progress. Read more…

Russia In-Country Evaluation: Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise Policy Advocacy, 2007

Over the past two decades, Russia has gone through many transformations. The country’s leaders conducted democratic reforms in the 1990s, but the country has been moving in the reverse direction since 2000. With Dmitry Medvedev coming to power as Russia’s new president, the West has yet to see in what direction he will lead the country. Read more…

Private Sector Initiative to Combat Corruption: "Probidad" Project, 1999-2005

The Private Sector Initiative to Combat Corruption in Colombia (“Probidad”) project undertaken by the Colombian Confederation of Chambers of Commerce (“Confecamaras”) has four components: Read more…

Evaluation of Anti-Corruption Programs 1995-2003

This paper discusses the development and the main elements underlying the Center for International Private Enterprise’s anti-corruption programs. It also provides the methodology behind CIPE’s evaluation of the projects’ impact and offers an evaluation scorecard for easy reference. Since 1995, CIPE has undertaken 21 anti-corruption projects and an additional 7 are on-going. The completed projects were reviewed and evaluated for their impact. Read more…

Evaluation of Anti-Corruption Programs

This paper discusses the development and the main elements underlying the Center for International Private Enterprise’s anti-corruption programs. It also provides the methodology behind CIPE’s evaluation of the projects’ impact and offers an evaluation scorecard for easy reference. Since 1995, CIPE has undertaken 21 anti-corruption projects and an additional 7 are on-going. The completed projects were reviewed and evaluated for their impact. Read more…

Institutional Partnerships Program Final Program Report

This final report is an evaluation of the $1.7 million, two-year Institutional Partnership between the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and the Russian Federation Chamber of commerce and Industry (RCCI). This program was funded by the US Agency for International Development and administered by the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX). CIPE and RCCI implemented a 3-pillar program: Read more…

Impact and Results of CIPE's Global Programs, 1984-1999

John D. Sullivan, Steven B. Rogers, Executive Summary Since 1984 the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) has been engaged in fostering democratic development throughout the world. It recognized early on that economic development is a key component to achieving stability and building support for democracy. During the fifteen years covered by this evaluation, the world witnessed the collapse of the Soviet Union, a wave of democratization in Central Europe, and a surge of new democracies in Latin America, Africa and Asia – many of which remain quite fragile. Read more…

A Report on the National Association of Business Women (NABW)

The National Association of Business Women (NABW) submitted an original grant proposal to CIPE in October 1997 to develop a private sector agenda for the economic empowerment of women in Malawi. As an NGO, NABW’s principal goal is to improve the economic status of Malawian women through development of programs that promote and expand productivity and profitability of women-owned businesses. Established in 1990, membership has grown about 15,000 people throughout Malawi. Today, Malawi as a democracy is a young rambunctious five year old. Read more…

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