- Public-Private Collaboration on Productive Development Policies in Costa Rica (404k)
Jorge Cornick, Jorge Jimenez, and Marcela Roman (February 2014). Inter-American Development Bank, Competitiveness and Innovation Division, IDB Working Paper Series; 480
Public-private collaboration in productive development policy in Costa Rica frequently takes the form of policy co–governance: an autonomous institution in charge of policy for a particular economic sector is created, with a board of directors comprising representatives from both the public and the private sectors, often with the public sector in a minority position. This paper analyzes five cases of co–governance: tourism, fisheries, rice, coffee, and the attraction of foreign direct investment (FDI).
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