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Reflections on the Summit for Democracy

| After years of democratic backsliding, the Summit for Democracy is an opportunity to reaffirm and reinvent how democracy delivers. FEDN is examining how open market economies and business contribute to democracy that delivers.

Statement of the Free Enterprise & Democracy Network on the Summit for Democracy

| On December 9-10, the first Summit for Democracy brought together “leaders from government, civil society, and the private sector to set forth an affirmative agenda for democratic renewal and to tackle the greatest threats faced by...

Welcome to Our New FEDN Members

| The FEDN Secretariat at CIPE is pleased to welcome 15 new members to the Network who hold an impressive range of regional, thematic, and technical experience.

COVID-19 Generation in Serbia

| FEDN member Miloš Nikolić, President of Libek (Serbia), took part in a CIPE panel discussion highlighting the generation gap of the pandemic’s impact.

Leading During Crisis: A Conversation with Toki Mabogunje

| FEDN member Toki Mabogunje, President of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), presented her experiences leading LCCI during the COVID crisis to a CIPE working group.

Inaugural FEDN Conference Recap

| On June 28th and 29th, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) held a two-day inaugural conference of the Free Enterprise & Democracy Network (FEDN) – Towards Successful Transitions: Economic Recovery and Democratic Renewal.

Democratizing Globalization: A Conversation With Jaroslav Romanchuk (Part 2)

| In this interview, Jaroslav Romanchuk, the President of the Scientific Research Mises Center, answers a few core questions including: What is the challenge of corruption? What is the challenge of corrosive capital?

Democratizing Globalization: A Conversation with Jaroslav Romanchuck (Part 1)

| Jaroslav Romanchuk, the President of the Scientific Research Mises Center, answers a few core questions including: In your region, do people accept liberal rules-based norms? Why do liberal rules-based norms matter?

Event Recap: Economic Informality – Crisis, Recovery, and Collective Action

| On April 6th, CIPE and FEDN held a virtual event "Economic Informality – Crisis, Recovery, and Collective Action. The discussion, moderated by CIPE's Director of Policy & Program Learning Kim Bettcher, featured several FEDN members.

Opportunities To Reduce Economic Informality

| This issue brief presents methods to expand entrepreneurial opportunity while strengthening the rule of law. It offers guidance to all who seek a competitive business environment, a more inclusive economy, or private sector development.

Democratizing Globalization: A Conversation with Andrew Wilson (Part I)

| In this interview, Andrew Wilson, the Executive Director of CIPE, answers core questions including: What is the challenge today facing global norms of open, rules-based economics and liberal democracy?

Democratizing Globalization: A Conversation with Andrew Wilson (Part II)

| In this interview, Andrew Wilson, the Executive Director of CIPE, answers fundamental questions including: What is the challenge of unequal opportunity in the digital economy, and why do we have to take it on?

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