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IFC Jobs Study - Assessing Private sector contributions to job creation and poverty reduction

Posted By Stella Hanly, Aspen Institute, Friday, January 25, 2013
IFC Jobs Study - Assessing Private sector contributions to job creation and poverty reduction

IFC, January 2013

This report is the result of an open-source study to assess the direct and indirect effects of private sector activity on job creation. The report examines how and under what conditions the private sector can best contribute to job creation and poverty reduction, drawing on a review of the literature and evaluations; surveys of more than 45,000 businesses in over 100 countries; a website, blog, and essay competition to solicit outside views; macro and micro case studies of IFC clients; and IFC’s own operational experience and lessons learned.

Tags:  Human Capital  Impact Investing  job creation  private sector development  sector publication 

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