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Can training improve organizational culture? : Experimental evidence from Ghana’s civil service
Can training improve organizational culture? Can Training Improve Organizational Culture? Experimental Evidence from Ghana’s Civil Service Michel Azulai (UCL and IFS), Imran Rasul (UCL and IFS), Daniel Rogger (World Bank), Mar tin J. Williams (Oxford) 14 August 2020 · “Oslo” Org culture, performanc..

Azulai, Michel; Rasul, Imran; Rogger, Daniel; Williams, Martin J. 

2020-10
442
Whistling-blowing intentions after formation of legal grounds
Whistling-blowing intentions after formation of legal grounds WHISTLING-BLOWING INTENTIONS AFTER FORMATION OF LEGAL GROUNDS Presenter: Don S. Lee (University of Nottingham) 2020 KDI School-World Bank DIME Conference October 22, 2020 2 Motivation • Whistle-blowing in the public sector: - Who are mor..

Lee , Don S. 

2020-10
441
Impact evaluation and new approaches to governance
Impact evaluation and new approaches to governance Discussions: Session 1: Impact Evaluation and New Approaches to Governance M. Jae Moon, Dean and Professor Depar tment of Public Administration, Yonsei University Session 1: The Allocation of Authority in Organizations: A Field Experiment with Bure..

Moon, M. Jae 

2020-10
440
Social innovation lab for data-driven public governance
Social innovation lab for data-driven public governance Social Innovation Lab for Data-Driven Public Governance Taejun (David) Lee, Ph.D. Associate Professor KDI School of Public Policy and Management KDI School Open Government & Innovation (OGI) Lab as Game Changer and Catalyst COVID-19 Public gov..

Lee, Taejun 

2020-10
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ieGovern impact evaluation program governance
ieGovern impact evaluation program governance ieGovern Impact Evaluation Program Governance ieGovern The motivation for an Impact Evaluation Program in Governance Response to an institutionalist view in development economics “Focus on big changes (changing political process and Institutions) then g..

2020-10
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Private Sector Development Agenda in DIME
Private Sector Development Agenda in DIME Private Sector Development Agenda in DIME Caio Piza Lead of the PSD Agenda in DIME Washington, DC October 19, 2020 The Agenda • Main question of our program: How to enhance MSMEs’ productivity? • Productivity gains: – Catch up vs. shifting the frontier 1. I..

Piza, Caio 

2020-10
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[Keynote speech] Science for action : better evidence for better decisions in the DIME model
[Keynote speech] Science for action SCIENCE FOR ACTION better evidence for better decisions in the dime model ARIANNA LEGOVINI D engagements DIME countryIME global presence Geographical Distribution: 224 Impact Evaluations (IEs) In 62 countries IME sector coverage DIME sectorDengagements DIME works..

Arianna Legovini 

2020-10
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Killing two birds with one stone : Sound investment with social impact
Killing two birds with one stone Killing two birds with one stone: Sound investment with social impact Tea Gamtkitsulashvili, Gaurav Jain, Alexander Plekhanov and Alexander Stepanov Pursuing both commercial and social impact objectives: What lessons from development banks? Increased focus on social..

Alexander Plekhanov 

2020-09
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Revitalization of public procurement service in Tunisia
Revitalization of public procurement service in Tunisia Revitalization of Public Procurement Service in Tunisia (English).pdf Public Procurement Service; SME; Governance; Tunisia [Sejong] Korea Development Institute Korea Development Institute Tunisia(Africa) South Korea(Asia and Pacific) Ko..

2019-12
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Implementing a real name financial transaction system to increase transparency and reduce corruption
Implementing a real name financial transaction system to increase transparency and reduce corruption A real-name financial transaction system (RNFTS) requires that the real name of an individual or a legal entity be used in financial transactions, subject to verification by some form of identificati..

Lim, Wonhyuk; Joo, Christine H. 

2019-03