Provides an overview of the generally-accepted categories within the field of Private Sector Development, with links to the relevant parts of the DCED website for further information. En français. En español.
Covers the detailed Control Points and Compliance Criteria of the Standard – primarily intended for programmes that are using the Standard in their management processes. It also covers scoring and definitions. Introductory materials and guidance are better places to start, for those who are curious. En français. En español.
Defines Industrial Policy and outlines key debates, such as over which (if any) sectors Industrial Policy should target to achieve development aims. En français. En español.
Introduces PSE as a new way of operating to achieve the SDGs; also offers a summary of key issues for staff already implementing PSE strategies or working to professionalise their agencies’ PSE approach. En français. En español.
Summarises what the Standard consists of, and what the benefits of using it are. En français. En español.
Provides a 25-page overview of what the Standard is, case studies on use of the Standard, and practical ways to get involved. En français. En español.
Apparently a timeless classic, this sets out the early thinking that led to the approach of Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P); it was based on case material gleaned through a series of five conferences, organised by the Committee over two years. Controversial when it first came out. En français. En español.
2-pager on trends and priorities in donor strategies. (En français. En español.)
Explains what results chains are, how to articulate them, and how to use them. It also explains the requirements of the DCED Standard in this area. (En français. En español.)
Explains the two control points in the DCED Standard on assessing systemic change, and gives advice on how to comply. (En français. En español.)
Reviews literature and case studies on potential technological methods to collect feedback on existing policies, as part of a broader data-driven public sector.
Introduces the topic of circular economy (CE) for private sector development practitioners, covering CE principles, policy and opportunities and challenges for encouraging CE in developing countries.
Explains how to integrate gender into programme results measurement, in line with the DCED Standard for Results Measurement.
Covers making the case, definitions, constraints and opportunities, and measuring impact on WEE, in 6 pages.
Explains what indicators are, how to choose them, and gives examples; it also touches on qualitative and proxy indicators, how to use them, and links to other resources.