The first International Workshop on Public-Private Dialogue
The first International Workshop on Public-Private Dialogue was held on the 1st and 2nd of February 2006, at the World Bank Paris Conference Centre. Download the proceedings (pdf, 1.8mb) which include summaries of plenary sessions, breakout groups, the drawing up of the PPD Charter and selected case studies.
You can download all the available papers, case studies and powerpoints that served as the basis for the presentations and working groups. (While much of this material is also available elsewhere on this site, the links are presented here for ease of reference in the order referred to in the agenda and proceedings).
2006 Workshop: Papers and Presentations
This page presents the 2006 workshop papers, case studies and powerpoint presentations in the order referred to in the agenda and proceedings.
These papers and presentations formed the morning plenary session at the International Workshop on Public-Private Dialogue in Paris on Wednesday, February 1, 2006.
Competitiveness Partnerships: Building and Maintaining Public-Private Dialogue to Improve the Investment Climate (pdf, 1095kb)
Benjamin Herzberg & Andrew Wright; The World Bank, Policy Research Working Paper Series, no. 3683.
Presentation (ppt, 4.88mb) by Benjamin Herzberg.
Reforming the Business Enabling Environment: Mechanisms and Processes for Private-Public Sector Dialogue (pdf, 415kb)
Bannock Consulting Ltd, for DFID
Presentation (ppt, 481kb) by Richard Waddington of Bannock Consulting Ltd.
Le Dialogue Public-Privé dans les Pays en Développement: Opportunités, Risques & Préalables (pdf, 867 kb)
Nicolas Pinaud, OECD Development Centre
Presentation (ppt, 123kb) by Nicolas Pinaud.
Building the Capacity of BMOs: Guiding Principles for Project Managers (pdf, 69kb)
Presentation (ppt, 600kb) by Andrei Mikhnev
Monitoring and evaluation presentation (ppt, 1.15mb) by Jesse Biddle
These case studies were presented at the International Workshop on Public-Private Dialogue in Paris on the afternoon Wednesday, February 1, 2006.
CASE STUDY 1 - BANGLADESH
The Bangladesh Private Sector Forum
Craig Wilson, Program Manager, Investment Climate Assessments, SouthAsia Enterprise Development Facility - International Finance Corporation
Presentation (ppt, 1.1mb)
CASE STUDY 2 - FIJI
The Fiji Regulatory Reform Task Force
Isireli Koyamaibole, CEO, Ministry of Commerce, Business Development and Investment; and Ken Roberts, CEO, Fiji Employers Association
Presentation (ppt, 50.0kb)
CASE STUDY 3 - MALAWI
The Malawi National Action Group (NAG)
Jason Agar, Managing Director, NAG Secretariat, and Chancellor L. Kaferapanjira, Chief Executive, Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI)
Presentation (ppt, 63.5kb)
CASE STUDY 4 - MEXICO
Is it possible to institutionalize a public-private dialogue mechanism to reform economic regulation and policy in Mexico by the end of the current administration?
Miguel Flores Bernés, Coordinator General for Regulatory Impact Assessment, COFEMER
Presentation (ppt, 4.16mb)
CASE STUDY 4a - MEXICO
Public-Private Dialogue in the State of Aguascalientes, Mexico
Armando Jimenez, Secretary of Economic Development, State of Aguascalientes
Presentation (ppt, 321.0kb)
CASE STUDY 5 - NIGERIA
A Case Study of the Nigerian Economic Summit
Mansur Ahmed, Director General and Chief Executive of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group
Presentation (ppt, 637.0kb)
CASE STUDY 6 - CROATIA
Local/National Level Economic Policy Dialogue: the Competitiveness Council and Economic and Social Councils in Croatia
Joe Lowther, Senior Manager, Emerging Markets Group; Kresimir Sever, President, NHS Trade Union Confederation
Presentation (ppt, 276.0kb)
CASE STUDY 7 - VIETNAM
Public Private Dialogue in the making of the Unified Enterprise Law and the Common Investment Law in Vietnam
Thomas Finkel, GTZ Vietnam
Presentation (ppt, 304.0kb)
CASE STUDY 7a - VIETNAM
Launching the Vietnam Private Sector Forum, 1997-2000
Wolfgang Bertelsmeier, IFC Country Manager for Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, 1997-2000
Presentation (ppt, 161.0kb)
CASE STUDY 8 - LAO PDR
Lao Business Forum: Improving the business environment through constructive dialogue
Pascale Rouzies, Lao Business Forum Coordinator, IFC-MPDF; and Trang Nguyen, Manager, Business Enabling Environment Program, IFC-MPDF
Presentation (ppt, 2.54mb)
CASE STUDY 9 - RWANDA
The Rwandan Revenue Authority Project
Eugene Torero, Commissioner for Large Taxpayers, Rwanda Revenue Authority; Max Everest-Phillips, Senior Governance Adviser, DFID; and Richard Stern, African Regional Program Coordinator, FIAS
CASE STUDY 10 - SOUTH AFRICA
Psi (Private Sector Initiative) in Southern Africa
Corin Mitchell, Director of Operations, SBP South Africa
Presentation (ppt, 3.72mb)
CASE STUDY 11 - PERU
Utilizing Public-Private Dialogue to Create a Market for Reform
Beatriz Boza, Executive Director, Ciudadanos al Día (CAD); and Luke Haggarty, Program Manager, Business Enabling Environment Program, LAC Technical Assistance Facility, IFC
Presentation (ppt, 2.22mb)
CASE STUDY 12 - RUSSIA
Private-Public Sector Dialogue in the Development and Implementation of Regional Projects: Tomsk Oblast, the Russian Federation
Babushkin Evgeny, Head of the Department of Investment and Economic and Legal Expertise, Administration of Tomsk Oblast
CASE STUDY 13 - DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
The Dominican Republic Competitiveness National Council
Andres van der Horts, Executive Director, Competitiveness National Council
These case studies were presented as part of Working Groups to draw up the PPD Charter, on the morning of Thursday, February 2, 2006.
WORKING GROUP 1
Agenda: Do PPDs need a legal mandate to be credible, aligned with institutions and effective over the long run?
CASE STUDY - TANZANIA
Promoting Public-Private Dialogue for Self-Motivated Reforms in the Municipality of Moshi, Tanzania
Felician John Ifunya, CEO, AMFE Microserve
Presentation (ppt, 35.0kb)
WORKING GROUP 2
Agenda: What structure can best translate dialogue into result? How does participation need to be balanced to ensure fair representation and legitimacy in PPDs?
CASE STUDY - PAKISTAN
Pakistan Small and Medium Enterprise Development Association (SMEDA)
Andleeb Abbas, SMEDA
Presentation (ppt, 769kb)
WORKING GROUP 3
Agenda: Is there a typology of outputs for PPDs that best serve their cause?
CASE STUDY - MALI
Communication sur le Dialogue entre le Secreteur Public et le Secteur Prive: Cas du Mali
Paul Derreumaux, Djibril Tabouré, Mohamed Traoré
Presentation (ppt, 78.0kb)
WORKING GROUP 4
Agenda: "What outreach and communication techniques can be used to push PPDs' agenda and achieve results?"
CASE STUDY - JAMAICA
The Jamaica Cluster Competitiveness Project (JCCP)
Kenneth Hynes, Director, and Country Coordinator for OTF Group Jamaica; and Beverley Morgan, Director, Jamaica Exporters' Association
Presentation (ppt, 61.5kb)
WORKING GROUP 5
Agenda: "How can process be monitored and evaluated in PPDs?"
CASE STUDY - BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Monitoring and evaluation during the Bulldozer Initiative in Bosnia
Presentation (ppt, 3.15mb)
NB: a fuller case study on the Bulldozer initiative is available here.
WORKING GROUP 6
Agenda: Do PPDs at sub-national level need specific strategies?
CASE STUDY - UKRAINE
Economic and Social Regeneration in the Ukrainian Donbass
Peter Fortune, Private Sector Development Adviser, DFID Ukraine
WORKING GROUP 7
Agenda: Can sector-specific PPDs be fair to the economy as a whole and is there chance for spill over to wider issues?
CASE STUDY - CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO
Dialogue, Partnerships and the evolution of Clustering efforts in Chihuahua, Mexico
Alonso R. Ramos Vaca, Senior Advisor, Chihuahua Nuevo Milenio Project
Presentation (ppt, 1.53mb)
WORKING GROUP 8
Agenda: Can PPDs at the national level leverage their legitimacy to represent their country internationally?
CASE STUDY - PHILIPPINES
A Case Study of the Philippines Task Force on the WTO Agreement on Agriculture Renegotations (TF-WAAR)
Raul Q. Montemayor, National Manager, Federation of Free Farmers (FFF Philippines)
CASE STUDY - AFRIQUE DE L'OUEST ET DU CENTRE
La participation des cotonculteurs d'Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre
aux négociations commerciales internationales
Eric Hazard, Head of Policy Dialogue at ENDA Tiers-Monde, Senegal
Presentation (ppt, 1.83mb)
CASE STUDY - EAST AFRICA
Farmers dialogue - NEPAD process experience
Philip M. Kiriro, Vice-Patron KENFAP, President EAFF, Vice-President IFAP
WORKING GROUP 9
Agenda: How can PPDs play a specific role in healing post conflict societies and speed up economic recovery?
CASE STUDY - CAMBODIA
Cambodian Government - Private Sector Forum (G-PSF)
James Phillip Brew, Project Manager, IFC
WORKING GROUP 10
Agenda: What role for donors in PPD?
CASE STUDY - SOUTH AFRICA
The Role of Donors in PPD and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Regional Business Climate Survey
Thomas Bedenbecker, Advisory Service of Private Business - Southern Africa (ASPB)
Presentation (ppt, 472.0kb)
These presentations introduced the closing plenary discussion on the afternoon of Thursday, February 2nd.
Closing presentation by Luc Rigouozzo (ppt, 4.9mb)
Closing presentation by Rotyslav Pavlenko