Public private dialogue
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- Nicholas Pinaud (September 2007). "Public–Private Dialogue in Developing Countries: Opportunities and Risks" (PDF). OECD Emerging Economies (OECD Development Centre Studies) 2007 (15): i–86. ISBN 92-64-02883-8.
- Dani Rodrik (September 2004). Industrial Policy for the 21st Century (PDF). Harvard University. RWP04-047. — a discussion of the desired features of public–private dialogue mechanisms
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