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Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED)
Investment Strategies and Financial Tools for Local Development
Edited by Greg Clark, Debra Mountford. Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  23 Nov 2007
Pages: 232 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264039858 , OECD Code: 842007041P1
Price:   €35 | $49 | £31 | ¥4500 | MXN630 , Standard shipping included!
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Global opportunities for cities and localities have led to a renewed impetus for new financial tools. Addressing how public assets can be better used to generate private co-investment (rather than just sold for a once only ‘current value’ price) is now the new mind-set, and thinking about the organisational vehicles needed at local and regional levels to promote financial innovation has moved on. This book provides a comprehensive overview of financial instruments and investment strategies being implemented throughout OECD Member and non-Member countries. It highlights effective tools, explores the roles and responsibilities of governments, public agencies and inter-governmental organisations. The lessons from this book are essential reading for policy makers, practitioners and all actors involved in delivering local development. 

Table of contents:

Foreword
Acknowledgements
Preface
I. Overview: Why Local Development Finance?
II. What are the Financial Tools and Innovations in Local Development?
-1. Overview
-2. Local Governments
-3. National Initiatives
-4. Development Agencies, Development Banks, and Regional Funds
-5. International Financial Institutions
-6. Foundations and NGOs
-7. Commercial Banks and Investors
III. What Principles Should Govern How We Finance Local Developments in the Future?
IV. What are the Key Elements of an Investment Strategy for Local Development?
Bibliography
Annex A. Key to the Case Studies
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