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The coronavirus crisis has exposed deep-rooted challenges to public procurement practices. In a follow-up essay to The Economist Intelligence Unit’s January 2020 report on public spending and the Sustainable Development Goals, this briefing paper examines the implications of the current crisis, the opportunity it presents for rethinking procurement and the renewed importance of effective and sustainable public spending as countries re-open, recover and rebuild.
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2020 The Economist: The Future of Public Spending – Response to COVID 19The coronavirus crisis has exposed deep-rooted challenges to public procurement practices. In a follow-up essay to ...
Virtual Forum “”Inter-American law in times of pandemic: Experiences of Chile, Peru & Dominican Republic”We invite you to know the actions and challenges faced by the Governments of Chile, Peru & Dominican Republic i...