Development Projects: Better Regulations for Better Outcomes

Development Projects: Better Regulations for Better Outcomes
Investment in infrastructure is vital for development. However, in the context of weak governance, investments in large and complex infrastructure projects can become a fertile ground for corruption and result in costly, poor-quality infrastructure that fails to meet the intended objectives.
This event will focus on regulatory frameworks that govern three key areas:
  1. Public procurement
  2. Involuntary resettlement
  3. Environmental impact assessments

Presentations discussing the current regulatory frameworks and the key gaps and weaknesses in them will be followed by a panel discussion with key experts on the subject and an open forum for discussion.

See below for the recorded event sessions, accompanying presentation slide decks and the research reports:

Day 1: A Look into Public Procurement and Involuntary Resettlement
Day 2: A Look into Environmental Impact Assessments 
Presentation Slides:
Research Reports: