A contextual review and analysis of the OECD’s new approach to fragile states

James D. Fayo

DOI: 10.19085/journal.sijbpg030201

Abstract


The Organization for Economic Development and Cooperation (OECD's) new way to deal with delicate states surveys delicacy as an all inclusive issue that can influence all nations in various measurements – not just those generally viewed as "delicate" or struggle influenced. This might prompt a radical new arrangement of improvement mediations, as indicated by OECD Lead Governance Advisor Sara Fyson, who sat down with us to examine the discoveries of the late report States of Fragility 2015 by the Paris-based association's Governance for Peace and Development Team drove by Jolanda Profos.

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OECD, Fragile states, economy, economic policy, regulation

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