Public-private partnerships

“The past several decades have witnessed a marked shift in sources of foreign aid. Whereas the bulk of the money flowing from the United States to the developing world in the 1960s was official development assistance, today over 80 percent of it comes from private sources.” (excerpted from On Public-Private Partnerships, conversation with Ambassador Elizabeth Frawley Bagley, by William D. Eggers)

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Getting Things Done in Government

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The solution revolution in education: Issues by the Numbers, November 2013

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Development of self-driving vehicles in the United Kingdom : Where science fiction meets science fact

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