Switzerland’s Financial Support to the Programme of Work and Budget of the OECD Development Centre for the Biennium 2015-2016
- Organisation für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung
The Development Centre (DEV) is the “think tank” of the OECD development cluster. Its overall objective is to propose guidance to policy makers for innovative policy solutions to global, regional and national challenges of development and poverty alleviation, as well as increasingly inform and communicate relevant information regarding development challenges and achievements to the general public. It functions as a platform for dialogue and mutual learning between OECD and non-OECD countries.
|Strategische Schwerpunkte der Schweiz und der Organisation und deren Kohärenz||
The rationale for Switzerland’s support to DEV is its reputation for being an inclusive platform for evidence based policy dialogue. On the global level, Switzerland has an interest that such evidence is shared and used to develop new and adapt existing policies to increase effectiveness on reducing poverty. At the internal level, it is expected that evidence provided by DEV is used to increase the relevance to the Swiss development strategy to implement the Post-2015 Agenda, as well as in the Swiss cooperation strategies and Global Programmes, but also to ensure that the Cooperation Offices make use of such evidence when engaging in policy dialogue with partner countries.
|Resultate des Engagement der Organisation der vorangehenden Phase||
Relevant guidance for the development of thematic and geographic strategies on themes such as inclusive migration, fragile states, green growth, social cohesion, competitiveness, taxation and fiscal policy.
|Resultate des Schweizer Engagement der vorangehenden Phase||
Due to its inclusive partnership approach, DEV managed to leverage its evidence-based policy recommendations far beyond OECD member countries, encompassing global, regional, governmental and non-governmental institutions.
DEV’s Perspectives on Global Development Reports were crucial for informing the OECD Development Strategy (approved 2012).
|Mittelfristige Wirkung des gegenwärtigen Engagements der Organisation||
Perspectives on Global Development Reports: Switzerland ist particularly interested in getting and following up on policy oriented research content provided by DEV, focusing on development challenges such as inclusive growth and effective institutions and gender. This research shall be used to inform Switzerland’s position on the post-2015 development framework. DEV’s research on the nexus between migration and development, aiming at mainstreaming migration into development policies, shall contribute to the operationalization of SDC’s medium term strategy of the Global Programme Migration and Development. The policy recommendations provided by the Regional Economic Outlook Reports shall support the development of sound cooperation strategies within the regions of concern.
|Mittelfristige Wirkung des gegenwärtigen Engagements der Schweiz||
The guidance provided to policy makers for innovative policy solutions to global, regional and national development challenges is expected to foster an evidence based international dialogue between OECD members and non-members, increasingly involving new actors from emerging economies. In addition, it is expected that the evidence provided by DEV is used to inform the implementation of the OECD Development Strategy, thus contributing to OECD’s (sectoral) policy advice that fosters Policy Coherence for Development.
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|Budget||Laufende Phase Schweizer Beitrag CHF 1’000’000 Bereits ausgegebenes Schweizer Budget CHF 1’182’000|
|Platz der Schweiz auf der Rangliste der Grösse der Geberbeiträge||
Total contributions Programme of Work and Budget 11/12: 7 (50)
50 Members. Top five: Germany, France, UK, Spain and Italy.
Phase 8 01.01.2015 - 31.12.2016 (Completed)Phase 7 01.01.2013 - 31.12.2014 (Completed)