Triangular co-operation: From strength to strength

Note: Karen Jorgensen is Head of Review, Evaluation and Engagement at the OECD Development Co-operation Directorate. In her post “The New Bottom Billion: The Trend of Triangular Development Cooperation”, Dominika Kaczkowska asks whether triangular cooperation “make[s] aid more effective”. At the OECD we have been looking into this question for several years, building consensus on…

Lessons Learned from Australia’s Entrepreneurial Prowess

This post was produced for the Global Economic Symposium 2013 to accompany a session on “Innovation, Dynamism, and Entrepreneurship.” What are the ingredients required for a sustainably innovative, entrepreneurial, and growth-oriented environment? Australia was recently named among the top quartile of G20 countries in which to be an entrepreneur. There were five criteria: access to…

The New Bottom Billion: The Trend of Triangular Development Cooperation

This post was produced for the Global Economic Symposium 2013 to accompany a session on “Development Policies for the New Bottom Billion.” As Chair of the Indonesian delegates at the Development Working Group of the G20, I understand that all G20 members are convinced that knowledge-sharing and South-South and triangular cooperation have been and always will be…