Experiences with National Dialogue in Latin America
... order to support the government and political parties, but because dialogue is seen as a way to
resolve conflicts and move a country forward.
5. Dialogue has become an indispensable requirement for coexistence and sustainable
development for democratic countries seeking to foster human development. ...
The case for payroll giving - Policy Advice Division
... giving. It also has the potential to increase donation levels and establish genuine
partnerships between businesses and the community, while supporting employees’
The government seeks your views on a possible payroll-giving scheme for New
Zealand. We must ensure that such a sch ...
... that is a good proxy for the level of political accountability. However, Brym and
Gimpelson (2004) show that this is true only for countries with a certain level of
democracy. So for countries of Eastern Europe and Former USSR one may observe
the negative relationship between the size of the bureauc ...
When Are Autocracies Economically Efficient?
... Barro (1997, 50) puts the matter succinctly: “History suggests that dictators come in two types: one whose personal objectives often conflict with
growth promotion and another whose interests dictate a preoccupation with
economic development.... The theory that determines which kind of dictatorship ...
... technical solution.” The Impact of Communication on Development, World Bank 2006.
“ Clear communication with stakeholders and the public
appears to be a key element of an effective reform strategy.”
International Institute for Sustainable Development, Global Subsides Initiative, Untold Billions.
POLITICAL ACTIVITY OVERVIEW Noble Energy (the Company
... long-term success. The Company advances our public policy agenda through direct lobbying,
involvement in various trade associations, the Noble Energy Political Action Committee and
corporate political contributions.
All political activity by the Company is done to promote the interests of the Compan ...
Political funding in Australia
Political funding in Australia deals with political donations, public funding and other forms of funding received by politician or political party in Australia to pay for an election campaign.In Australia, the majority of political donations come in the form of donations from corporations, which go towards the funding of the parties' election advertising campaigns. Donations and affiliation fees from trade unions also play a big role, and to a lesser extent donations from individuals. Donations occasionally take the form of non-cash donations, referred to as gifts-in-kind.The Australian Electoral Commission regulates donations to political parties, and publishes a yearly list of political donors. Donors can sometimes hide their identities behind associated entities.