Study of CDC's Mobilisation of Private Investment
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This Inception Report describes our proposed approach to the longitudinal evaluation of CDC’s ability to mobilise private investment. The primary aims of the evaluation are to understand: 1. The drivers of direct mobilisation, demonstration effects and investor sentiment in key markets and sectors; 2. How the activities that CDC undertakes affect these different forms of mobilisation and market sentiment, including the relative importance of these activities; 3. How both 1 and 2 are affected by the nature of investment and the investment context; 4. How CDC could increase its ability to mobilise private investment, and what DFID and other development actors could do to support this; and, 5. Whether CDC’s and other DFIs’ activities in target markets create observable macroeconomic effects.
CitationStephen S.; Barnett, C.; O’Flynn, P.; Gadhavi, V.; Tranchant, J.-P.; Saha, A.; Punton, M. and Spafford, K. (2019) Study of CDC's Mobilisation of Private Investment, Hove: Itad
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