Paul Romer and Octavio Sanchez, chief of staff to the President of Honduras, have an oped in this morning’s Globe & Mail. They describe Honduran efforts to establish a new reform zone and the ways in which Canada can participate.
The oped was released in tandeman with a new report from the Macdonald-Laurier Institute. The report covers charter cities, Honduran REDs, and the potential for Canada to lead on a new approach to development assistance. Carlo Dade, a Senior Fellow at the School for International Development and Global Studies at the University of Ottawa authored the forward to the report. Here’s an excerpt from Carlo’s forward: