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Title: Climate change impacts on Developing Countries - EU Accountability
Author: Fulco, Ludwig
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2007
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 393.511
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: developing countryclimate change
Subject: International relationsEnvironmentClimate
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Title: How effective is EU aid on the ground? A comparative assessment of EU assistance in Cambodia, Mozambique and Peru
Abstract
The authors of this report are Alina Rocha Menocal (ODI), Maria Teresa Albareda and Carlos Eduardo Aramburú (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú), Geoff Handley (ODI) and Sue Graves (ODI). The authors wish to thank Andrew Lawson and in particular Sven Grimm (German Development Institute, DIE) for their guidance and comments, as well as Roo Griffiths and Duncan Sinclair for their editorial assistance. Special thanks go in particular to the EC Delegations in Cambodia, Mozambique and Peru as well as all the other individuals who took time off from their busy schedules and agreed to be interviewed for this project.[Alina Rocha Menocal, Geoff Handley, Sue Graves]
Author: Menocal, Alina
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2007
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 348.609
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: effectivenessdevelopment aiddeveloping countryfinancial assistance
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEconomic aid and technical assistanceDevelopment projectsMoney. Financing
Countries Scheme: PeruMozambiqueCambodia
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Title: Financing climate change policies in developing countries
Abstract
In the context of its 7th Thematic Session on "Trade, Competitiveness, Financing and Employment" organized on 29th May 2008, the Temporary Committee on Climate Change (CLIM) requested a study on the financing of climate change policies in a global context. [European Parliament]
Author: Okubo, Yori | Michaelowa, Axel
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2008
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 408.546
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: energy policydeveloping countryfundingclimate change
Subject: Economic aid and technical assistanceAid programmesEnergyEnergy policy. Power generationMoney. FinancingEnvironmentClimate
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Title: The European Year for Development - Citizen's views on development cooperation and aid : Report
Table of Contents
Introduction
Key findings
Focus on age
I. Importance of development aid
1. Perceived importance of development aid
2. Tackling poverty in developing countries as one of the main priorities for the EU and national governments
3. The influence on EU citizens and EU's interest in tacklung poverty in developing countries
4. Tackling poverty in developing countries as a moral obligation
5. Development aid's contribution to a more peaceful and equal world
6. Aid for develping countries as a way to tackle irregular migration
II. Attitudes towards EU aid in light of the current economic situation
III. Understanding the challenges facing developing countries
IV. Personal committment and involvement in Development
1. The role of individuals in tackling poverty
2. Personal committment to development
3. Personal involvement in helping developing countries
V. Effectiveness of actions for reducing poverty in developing countries
1. Volunteering in organisations
2. Offical development aid from governments of other countries
3. Donating to organisations
VI. Awareness of United Nations' sustainable development goals
VII. Awareness of "2015 - The European Year of Development" Development aid in general
1. Awareness of "2015 - The European Year of Development"2. Level on information about development aid
Conclusion
Annexes
Technical specifications
Questionnaire
Tables
Series Title:Special Eurobarometer : Wave EB 84.4 ; 441
Author (Corp. Body): TNS Opinion & Social
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Kommunikation
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-56809-1 | MN-02-16-175-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertycitizendevelopment aiddeveloping countryEUpeaceequalityopinion research
migrationsustainable developmentdonation
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Assessment of economic benefits generated by the EU Trade Regimes towards developing countries : Volume I
Title (other): Assessment of economic benefits generated by the EU Trade Regimes towards developing countries : Volume II ; Export
Performance and Poverty Reduction
Abstract
The report consists of four distinct parts, which provide a description and a quantitative assessment of the impact of preferential access schemes on the growth and diversification of exports from developing countries to the EU over time. Each part of the report can be read individually. The report is organised as follows:Part I: Mapping of trade and FDI flows between the EU and developing countries. This part consists of descriptive analysis of the evolution of exports from developing countries to the EU over the last 40 years across trade regimes, regions and sectors as well as a descriptive analysis of FDI flows.Part II: Changes in EU trade policy regimes and developing countries’ export performance. This part contains a causal econometric analysis of the effect of GSP preferences on the growth of exports from developing countries to the EU.Part III: EU trade regimes and economic diversification. This part comprises a causal econometric analysis of the effect of GSP preferences on the number of products exported from developing countries to the EU.Part IV: Export performance and poverty reduction. This part contains an assessment of the impacts of exporting on poverty reduction in developing countries, based on a literature review and an econometric cross-country analysis.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Executive summary
1. Mapping trade and FDI flows between the EU and developing countries
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Background on EU trade regimes towards developing countries
1.3 Rules of Origin
1.4 EU imports from developing countries in 2012
1.5 General trends in EU imports from developing countries
1.6 Regional Trends in EU imports from developing countries
1.7 Regional trends in EU imports from Non-LDCs
1.8 Regional trends in EU imports from LDCs
1.9 Trend in sector composition of EU imports from developing countries
1.10 Developments over time for Non-LDCs
1.11 Developments over time for LDCs
1.12 FDI
1.13 Conclusion
2. Changes in the EU trade policy regimes and developing countries’ export performance
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The impact of EU trade regimes on the growth of exports from developing countries
2.3 Conclusion
3. EU trade regimes and economic diversification
3.1 Economic development and export diversification
3.2 Empirical analysis
3.3 Conclusion
References
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
List of tables
List of figures
List of boxes
| Acknowledgements
Executive summary
Export Performance and Poverty reduction
1.1 Literature Review
1.2 Empirical analysis
1.3 Conclusion
References
Appendix A
List of tables
List of figures
Author: Hvidt, Martin | Jeppesen, Tine | Gjødesen-Lund, Christian
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-48087-4 | MN-02-15-352-EN-C | 978-92-79-48227-4 | MN-02-15-353-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyassessmentresearch on developing countriesdeveloping countryEUexportfree tradecommerce
economic value
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relationsForeign trade. Trade relations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Women in developing countries : Report
Abstract
Published on International Women's Day 2013, this survey presents the views of European citizens on gender equality and the empowerment of women in developing countries. It also tests how people believe to what extent certain problems affect men and women in these countries.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
KEY FINDINGS
1. ATTITUDES TOWARDS GENDER EQUALITY
1.1 Gender equality and society
1.2 Aid programmes and gender equality
2. HOW PROBLEMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AFFECT MEN AND WOMEN
2.1 Hunger and malnutrition
2.2 Respect for basic human rights
2.3 Physical violence
2.4 Problems in accessing education
2.5 Lack of income/job
2.6 HIV/AIDS
3. THE IMPACT OF WOMEN WITH POLITICAL INFLUENCE OR POWER IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
3.1 Respect for human rights
3.2 Improving living conditions
3.3 Preventing conflict and war
ANNEXES
Technical Specifications
Questionnaire
Tables
Series Title:Flash Eurobarometer ; 372
Author (Corp. Body): TNS Political & Social
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Kommunikation
Year: 2013
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: laboreducationequal opportunitydeveloping countrynutritionEUwomanviolence
equality of treatmentequality of rightsbasic righthungerliving conditionswagehuman rights
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsEqual opportunities
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Collect More - Spend Better : Achieving development in an inclusive and sustainable way ; Staff working document
Abstract
This staff working document builds on the policies laid out in the European Commission Communication Tax and development - cooperating with developing countries on promoting good governance in tax matters and reflects the discussions at the Third FfD Conference. It analyses ways to support developing countries in providing the resources required to ensure the right mix of public goods and services for sustainable development. It aims to explain what the international community can do to support developing countries’ efforts to improve their tax systems and to benefit more from their domestic resources, without increasing the tax burden on the poor.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Abbreviations and acronyms
Executive summary
1 ‘Collect More - Spend Better’: A Contribution to the discussion on financing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
2 Why ‘Collect More - Spend Better’?
2.1 Collect More – Closing the dual tax gap to increase DRM
2.2 Spend Better – Improving the effectiveness and efficiency of public spending
3 A call for global action
3.1 Good tax governance in the EU – Leading by example
3.2 Good international tax governance – A global partnership
3.3 From Addis to New York and beyond
Annex 1
Annex 2
Annex 3
References
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Veröffentlichungen
Year: unknown
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-54095-0 | MN-04-15-956-EN-N | SWD(2015) 198
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: development aiddeveloping countryEUgovernancecooperationsustainable developmentresourcestax system
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsTaxation. Fiscal policy
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Concept Note : Vocational Education and Training in European Development Cooperation
Abstract
This paper is written by DEVCO B3 and sets out the concepts that underlie the preparation of VET reforms and other VET-related projects by EU Delegations or teams within the European Commission.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Introduction
I. What is VET?
II. Setting the scene
III. The EU policy framework
IV. VET and skills for employment in European development cooperation — main actors
V. Main challenges
VI. Guiding principles
VII. Towards the future: new strategies for new challenges
Further reading
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Geraldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2014
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: vocational educationvocational education policyemploymentdeveloping countryEUcooperation
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsVocational education and training
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on Renewable Energies and Green Policy in the Overseas Countries and Territories : Final report
Abstract
The main challenge that OCTs face consists in putting their economies and societies on a sustainable development path by increasing their competitiveness, reducing their vulnerability to external shocks, increasing environmental resilience, cooperating with their neighbours and, where possible, integrating their economies into the regional and/or global economy. For the European Union, the challenge lies in supporting the OCTs in achieving these goals as well as the main purpose of the Association of the Overseas Countries and Territories, as defined in Article 198 of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, via a framework that is adapted to OCT needs, realities, particularities and diversity.The report provides an update on the current situation of the OCTs’ existing energy profiles, reviews and analyses progress made by the OCTs over the last few years, assesses the evolution of the energy mix and potential for additional diversification, analyses development of further adoption of sustainable energy technologies, and maps out the experience gained to date in island states with regard to sustainable energy technologies.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1 Context
1.2 Energy challenges
1.3 Economies and institutional framework in the OCTs
1.4 Energy issues of the OCTs
1.5 Renewable energy applications
1.6 Cooperation and Funding opportunities
1.7 Key recommendations
1.8 Roadmaps for the transition to a smart sustainability and adaptation to OCTs
2 INTRODUCTION
3 GENERAL CONTEXT
3.1 Overview of the energy sector and renewableenergy sub-sector
3.2 Context of strong energy dependence of the OCTs
3.3 Involvement of OCTs in the Europe 20/20/20 Goals for sustainable development
3.3.1 The 20/20/20 Goals of the EU Climate and Energy Package
3.3.2 The progress made so far in the EU Member States for penetration of Renewable Energies
3.3.3 The OCTs in the context of the EU Member State RE Directive
3.4 Economic and financial analysis of the energy sector in the OCTs and likely development
4 ANALYSIS OF THE MAIN FEATURES OF OCT’S ECONOMIES
4.1 Individual reviews
Sint Maarten
4.2 Global analysis of all OCTs or group of OCTs
5 EXISTING RELEVANT STUDIES AND POLICIES ON THE ENERGY SECTOR IN THE OCTS
5.1 Individual country reviews
5.2 Overview of existing energy situation for all OCTs and groups of OCTs
5.2.1 Background documentation
5.2.2 Capacity building in the OCTs
6 CURRENT ENERGY SITUATION
6.1 Individual reviews
6.2 Global energy analysis of all OCTs or groups of OCTs
6.2.1 Installed capacity in power generation
6.2.2 Contribution of renewable energy (RE) to installed electricity capacity
6.2.3 Energy demand trends and patterns
6.2.4 Oil prices, production costs and electricity prices in islands
7 INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS
7.1 Individual reviews
7.2 Global analysis for all OCTs or groups of OCTs
8 COMPANIES AND OTHER ACTORS PRESENT IN THE ENERGY SECTOR
8.1 Individual reviews
| 8.2 Analysis of Companies and Institutions in all OCTs and Groups of OCTs
9 RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCE POTENTIAL AND ENERGY CONSERVATION OPPORTUNITIES
9.1 Individual country reviews
9.2 Global analysis for all OCTs or groups of OCTs
9.2.1 Analysis of the penetration of RE in OCTs
9.2.2 Conventional RES Applications
9.2.3 Innovative RES Applications
9.3 Energy storage and buffering, network adaptation to smart grid
9.4 Noteworthy RE applications and EE measures
9.5 Energy efficiency and demand side management
10 REGIONAL INITIATIVES AND COOPERATION PROGRAMMES
10.1 Programmes and projects already completed
10.2 Programmes and projects still in execution
10.3 Other international initiatives, partners and instruments
10.4 Financial partners and instruments
11 RECOMMENDATIONS
11.1 On institutional and legal framework
11.2 On renewable energy development
11.3 On energy efficiency policy options
11.4 On funding RE development
12 SUGGESTED ROAD MAPS FOR THE OCTS
12.1 Roadmaps for the transition to a smart sustainability
12.2 Roadmap adaptation to OCTs
ANNEXES
1. Energy Profiles of OCTs: Caribbean, Pacific Ocean and Isolated OCTs
2. Renewable Energy technologies and specific applications
3. List of the main documents used for this study
4. Terms of Reference
Tables
List of Abbreviations & Acronyms
Author (Corp. Body): Resources and Logistics
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Geraldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid /127054/C/SER/multi | FWC Beneficiaries Lot4 - N° 2012/307921
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: African-Caribbean-Pacific countriesenergy policydevelopment aiddeveloping countryrenewable energyEUcooperationregional development
economic policy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsDisasters and pollutionPollution control. Environmental technology
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Youth Employment in Developing Countries : Background paper prepared under Service Contract DCI-EDUC/2012/310-255
Abstract
The aim of this paper is to identify the key challenges in relation to youth employment in developing countries and provide recommendations on how EU development cooperation could support the youth employment agenda. It starts with a general discussion of the main reasons why youth employment challenges matter for development and a comprehensive description of common trends and key differences in youth employment outcomes across developing regions (Section 2). The determinants of youth employment outcomes and main challenges by region are discussed in Section 3. Section 4 discusses relevant policy measures and lessons from existing policies and programs. After a brief mapping of the international policy framework on youth employment in Section 5, the paper ends with conclusions and recommendations in Section 6.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
2. YOUTH EMPLOYMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE
2.1. Youth employment and development
2.2. Youth in the labour market: common trends and key differences
2.2.1. Measuring youth employment outcomes
2.2.2. Youth employment trends
3. YOUTH EMPLOYMENT CHALLENGES
3.1. Determinants of youth employment outcomes
3.1.1. Labour demand
3.1.2. Labour supply
3.1.3. Labour market functioning
3.2. Main challenges by region
3.2.1. Latin America
3.2.2. North Africa and Middle East
3.2.3. Sub-Saharan Africa
3.2.4. Asia
4. POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS AND LESSONS FOR PROGRAM DESIGN
4.1. Comprehensive youth employment strategies
4.2. Growth
4.3. Entrepreneurship promotion
4.4. Public Work Programs
4.5. Skills
4.6. Labour market information
4.7. Regulation
4.8. Knowledge gaps
5. MAPPING OF INTERNATIONAL POLICY FRAMEWORK
6. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EU DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION
REFERENCES
APPENDIX
Author: Pieters, Janneke ; 1045032530
Contributer: Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: DCI - EDUC/2012/310 - 255
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: Africa South of the SaharaAsiaemploymentdevelopment aiddeveloping countryEUyouthcooperation
Latin AmericaNear EastNorth Africa
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsLabour marketEmployment and unemployment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesLatin America and Caribbean. General ResourcesNorthern Africa. General ResourcesSouthern Africa. General Resources
Asia and Middle East. General Resources
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Title: Selected Developmental Aspects of Trade and Trade Policies : Final Report
Title (other): Selected Developmental Aspects of Trade and Trade Policies : A literature review
Abstract
This report presents the results of a review of the economic literature on selected developmental aspects of international trade trends and trade policies in less developed countries between 2000 and 2011. The views expressed are those which were considered by the authors of this report as reflecting most significantly the stand of the literature on the subject without excluding that dissents exist in the community of economists.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
PART I
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES’ TRADE LIBERALIZATION AND INTEGRATION INTO THE WORLD ECONOMY: CONCEPTS, INDICATORS AND INSTRUMENTS
1.1 The “openness in practice” vs “openness in policy” debate
1.2 How to quantify the degree of developing countries’ trade restrictiveness?
1.3What instruments of trade liberalization to focus on?
1.4 ...What instrument has the greatest policy impact?
PART II
FACING A CHANGING WORLD ECONOMIC SCENARIO
2.1 The main drivers of the world economic environment evolution since 2002
2.2 Developing countries’ tariffs liberalization and trade integration into the world economy: state of play
2.3 . Tariff liberalization: factors of success and failure
2.4 Theoretical and documented impacts of bilateral and regional trade agreements on free trade multilateral process
2.5 Relevant differences in the impact of North-South and South- South trade agreements
PART III
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES’ TRADE LIBERALIZATION, INTEGRATION INTO THE WORLD ECONOMY AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH
3.1 Trade and “inclusive growth”
3.2 Factors of success and failure: controlling for relevant variables and countries’ characteristics
3.3 Impacts of bilateral and regional trade agreements and relevant differences between North-South and South-South trade agreements
PART IV
THE ROLE OF COMPLEMENTARY POLICIES AND REFORMS IN PROMOTING DEVELOPMENT AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH
4.1 Theoretical framework
4.2 The appropriate complementary policies, reforms and implementation tools
4.3 The issue of sequencing between trade liberalization and domestic and regional regulatory framework
4.4 Focus on services, investment liberalization and competition policy in ensuring inclusive growth
4.5 Successful complementary policies and reforms and means of implementation and enforcement
CONCLUSION
References
APPENDIX - Trade liberalization and trade integration: What do they mean and how to measure them
Author: Bineau, Yannick ; 17183660X | Montalbano, Pierluigi ; 142659541
Contributer: HTSPE | S.A. Sopex | Europäische Kommission
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Project No. 2011/265311
Language: en
Ressource: Bibliographien
Keyword: bibliographydeveloping countrydevelopment policyEUcommerceeconomy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsBibliographies and directories. Comments
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Technical Handbook on the Replication of Renewable Energy and Rural Development projects : Based on the EURO-SOLAR
experience
Abstract
The Project’s general objective is to promote renewable energies in the more underprivileged countries to help improve the living conditions of rural communities, supporting them in their fight against poverty, isolation and the marginalisation resulting from their socioeconomic conditions.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
BLOCK I: GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE EURO-SOLAR PROGRAMME – RENEWABLE ENERGY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
Background - The EURO-SOLAR Programme as Reference
Objectives and Description
Players and Organisation
Sustainability
BLOCK II: THE TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE PROJECT
Introduction
Objectives
Participating Players
Project Beneficiaries
Tables of Expected Results and Activities
RESULT 1. Institutional activation
RESULT 2. Selection of beneficiary rural communities
RESULT 3. Equipment design, installation and start-up
RESULT 4. Awareness-raising, training of communities, and strengthening of productive activities
RESULT 5. Visibility, replication and exchange of best practices
SUSTAINABILITY
APPENDIX: Conceptual System-Calculation Guide
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Contributer: EURO SOLAR
Year: 2013
Language: en
Ressource: Anleitungen, Checklisten, Leitfäden, Lehrmaterial
Keyword: development aiddeveloping countryrenewable energyEUCaribbean Regionrural developmentLatin Americasustainability
solar energy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsEnergy policy. Power generationResources exploitation
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesLatin America and Caribbean. General Resources
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Title: EU Remittances for Developing Countries, Remaining Barriers, Challenges and Recommendations : Final Report
Abstract
Remittances are vitally important for the families of migrants (providing disposable funds), for developing country governments (as a valuable inflow of funds into their country) and for banks in receiving countries (by providing foreign currency and access to new potential customers). The European Commission (EC) and EU Member States have undertaken a number of remittance related initiatives over recent years and improvements have been made. However, there is still a significant amount of work to be done if the commitments made by the EC over the last five years with respect of remittances are to be met.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Methodology
2 Data
2.1 Definition of Remittances
2.2 Identifying sources of data on the stock of migrants
2.3 Migrant Stocks at EU and Country Level
2.4 Identifying Sources of Data on Remittances
2.5 Remittances outflows at EU and country level
2.6 The Luxembourg Group and its Recommendations
2.7 Size of the Unrecorded flows
2.8 Remittance Pricing
2.9 Recommendations
3 Policy
3.1 Key Policy Objectives of the EU in Respect of Remittances
3.2 The General Principles for International Remittance Services
3.2.1 Objectives
3.2.2 What are the General Principles
3.2.3 Assessment at EU Country Level
3.2.4 Recommendations
3.3 Payment Services Directive (PSD)
3.3.1 Objectives
3.3.2 What is the PSD
3.3.3 Authorised v Registered (Small PI)
3.3.4 Assessment at EU Country Level
3.3.5 Analysis of the Implementation on the PSD and the Challenges that have arisen in Respect of Remittances
3.3.6 Recommendations in respect of the PSD
3.4 Policy Coherence
3.4.1 Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing (AML-CTF)
3.4.2 Recommendations
3.5 Migration Policy
3.6 Remittances Portal
3.6.1 Objectives of a Portal
3.6.2 Standards for Remittance Price Databases
3.6.3 Existing web portals within the EU
3.6.4 Options for EU Portals
3.6.5 Recommendations
4 Development Agenda and Projects
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Setting the Scene – a Global Perspective
4.3 Overview of Remittances Projects funded through Aeneas and TPMA
4.3.1 Review of Projects Funded to Date
4.3.2 Remittances related flagship initiatives
4.3.3 Multi-region initiatives with a remittances component
4.4 Key Findings
4.4.1 Overall findings from Research
4.4.2 Project Analysis Findings
4.5 Recommendations
5 Summary of Progress Against Commitments
6 Summary of Recommendations
References
List of tables
List of figures
List of abbreviations
Author: Isaacs, Leon | Vargas-Silva, Carlos ; 133825574 | Hugo, Sarah
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | HTSPE Limited | Euro Trends
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/129783/C/SER/multi | Project No. 2011/266478- Version 1 | Job No. 5011090
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: bankingdeveloping countryEUtransfer of moneymoney economymigrant
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsFinancial institutions. Credit systems. Payment systemsMigration
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Energy for all : EU Support for developing countries ; Report
Title (other): Energy for all : EU Support for developing countries ; Annexes | Energy for all : EU Support for developing countries ;
Summary
Abstract
The questions that this survey seeks to address include the issue of what not having affordable energy means practically to people in developing countries. It asks respondents what kind of energy sources should be prioritised in these countries in the future. It gauges the opinions of European respondents on the key questions of whether the EU ought to be assisting developing countries with energy access, whether a greater share of the development aid budget should be spent in this area, and whether the EU itself derives any benefit from such activities. And finally the survey considers how important energy access is compared to other aid concerns such as the provision of access to safe drinking water.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
MAIN FINDINGS
I. WHAT IT MEANS TO PEOPLE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES NOT TO HAVE ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE ENERGY
II. IMPROVING ACCESS TO ENERGY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
III. FACTORS OF OVERCOMING POVERTY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
ANNEXES
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
QUESTIONNAIRE
TABLES
Series Title:Flash Eurobarometer ; 348
Author (Corp. Body): TNS Political & Social
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Kommunikation
Year: 2012
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: energy supplydevelopment aiddeveloping countryEUfinancial assistance
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relationsEnergy policy. Power generation
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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