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Global Indicators Briefs Series


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Global Indicators Briefs (GIBs) are a product of the Global Indicators Group (DECIG) of the World Bank's Development Economics Vice Presidency. They are edited by David Francis and Norman Loayza. GIBs summarize key findings of formal research and data analysis conducted by DECIG staff on topics related to private sector development; these include economic growth, firm dynamics, productivity and innovation, regulatory reform, employment generation, and gender equality. GIBs also draw on the larger relevant literature and explore the implications for policy and social debate.


Briefs

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Authors 

Affiliation

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15December 2022Arlet, Jean NicolasEknath, Varun and Popova, OleksandraWorld Bank Group, Global Indicators GroupEffectively Engaging the Private Sector in the Business Reform Process
14November 2022Braunmiller,Julia Constanze and Dry,Marie Jeanne CharlotteWorld Bank Group, Women, Business and the LawSafeguarding the Rights of Women with Disabilities to Family Life, Work, and Protection from Gender-based Violence
13October 2022Natália Mazoni Silva Martins and Claudia Lenny CorminalesWorld Bank Group, Women, Business and the LawLegal Reforms to Protect Women at Home and at Work in São Tomé and Príncipe
12September 2022Nelsy Reyhanne Marikel Affoum and Marie DryWorld Bank Group, Women, Business and the LawReforming Discriminatory Laws to Empower Women in Togo
11September 2022Julia Constanze Braunmiller and Marie DryWorld Bank Group, Women, Business and the LawThe Importance of Designing Gender and Disability Inclusive Laws : A Survey of Legislation in 190 Economies
10August 2022Girija BorkerWorld Bank Group, Development Economics Vice PresidencyConstraints to Women’s Use of Public Transport in Developing Countries, Part II : Safety
9August 2022Girija BorkerWorld Bank Group, Development Economics Vice PresidencyConstraints to Women’s Use of Public Transport in Developing Countries, Part I : High Costs, Limited Access, and Lack of Comfort
8June 2022Valentina Saltane, Viktoriya Ereshchenko, Shoghik HovhannisyanJustice Tei MensahWorld Bank Group, Global Indicators Group and IFC, Development ImpactResponses of the Electricity Sector in 120 Economies to the COVID-19 Pandemic
7June 2022
Luca Bettarelli. Tommaso Rooms
Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca and World Bank Group, Global Indicators GroupReplicating Local Good Practices in Regulating the Business Environment at the National Level : What Italy’s Experience Reveals
6May 2022Nisha ArekapudiNatália Mazoni Silva MartinsWorld Bank Group, Women, Business and the LawChallenging Entrenched Marital Power in South Africa
5March 2022Catherine Nyaguthii Githae,*+ Emilia Galiano,+ Fredrick J.K Nyagah,*+ and Isabel Santagostino Recavarren+

*Men Engage Kenya Network (MENKEN)

+World Bank Group, Women, Business and the Law

Key Ingredients to Women’s Legal Rights in
4March 2022Julia Constanze BraunmillerMarie DryWorld Bank Group, Women, Business and the Law

Reforms to Enhance Gender Equality in the Democratic Republic of Congo: From Advocacy to Implementation (English)

 

Réformes Visant à Promouvoir l’Égalité des Sexes en République Démocratique du Congo : du Plaidoyer à la Mise en Œuvre (French)

3September 2021Viktoriya EreshchenkoVarun EknathInés Zabalbeitia MúgicaWorld Bank Group, Global Indicators GroupThe Importance of Facilitating Imports for International Trade Flows : Evidence from the Auto Industry
2July
2021
Marie HylandNona KaralashviliSilvia MuziDomenico ViganolaWorld Bank Group, Enterprise Analysis & Women, Business and the LawFemale-Owned Firms during the COVID-19 Crisis
1June
2021
Nona KaralashviliDomenico ViganolaWorld Bank Group, Enterprise Analysis

The Evolving Effect of COVID-19 on the Private Sector