Fostering the Sustainable Development Goals
Being able to share knowledge and lessons learned is a key part of any development programme. For more than two decades the EBRD’s Legal Transition Programme has used the Law in Transition journal to do just that: report on what it has learned and how it has helped create an investor-friendly legal environment in the economies where the Bank invests.
More recently we have expanded the scope of our work to reflect that the Sustainable Development Goals themselves have a strong legal dimension and that legal and institutional reforms play a crucial role in achieving them. During these times of coronavirus, it is especially important to keep achievement of the SDGs in focus.
Public-private partnerships: the UNECE-EBRD Model Law
Raising the bar: how corporate environmental, social and governance disclosure is helping deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Corporate governance codes as a tool for dialogue between issuers and investors: experience from Croatia and Turkey
Interview of Michael Strauss, EBRD General Counsel
Fintech regulation: a balancing act
Open banking creates opportunities in EBRD regions
Transformational change: EBRD-UNCITRAL Public Procurement Initiative revolutionises electronic public procurement
Tandoo: new opportunities for local small businesses in public procurement in the Kyrgyz Republic
Commercial mediation: experience from Moldova and Serbia
Turning around state-owned enterprises in Croatia
Wholesale reform in Uzbekistan: the key to enabling digital connectivity