Transforming economies – for better jobs
WIDER Development Conference in partnership with UNESCAP, 11-13 September 2019, in Bangkok, Thailand
WIDER Seminar Series
Live streamed | The WIDER Seminar Series showcases the latest research on key topics in development economics. At the weekly sessions, early-career and senior researchers present recent and ongoing work related to UNU-WIDER’s current work programme.
Southern Africa – Towards Inclusive Economic Development (SA-TIED)
The SA-TIED programme looks at ways to support policy-making for inclusive growth and economic transformation in the southern Africa region.
Journal Article: What does it mean to be poor? Investigating the qualitative-quantitative divide in Mozambique
Open access | This article reflects on the merits of seeking to reconcile economic (quantitative) and anthropological (qualitative) analytical approaches.
Research and policy briefs
Evidence-based policymaking is crucial. Use our publications search to browse nearly 200 briefs which highlight the findings and policy implications of our research.
ProjectAsian transformations - an inquiry into the development of nations
Theme: TransformationAsia Economic transformation Cross-country analysis
VideoIndustrialization Experiences in Africa and Asia (I)
L2C Conference - Parallel 1.1Industrial policy Africa Asia
PresentationThe state of development in Asia: Current trends and new challenges
The State of Development in Asia - Current Trends and New Challenges. Presentation to Finnish Ambassadors to Asia & Oceania, Konigstedt Kartano, Helsinki, August 16, 2012
PresentationUrbanization and development in Asia: Multidimensional perspectives
Presenter: Basudeb Guha-Khasnobis, UNDP Nepal, formerly UNU-WIDER Senior Research Fellow. Over the last few decades, globalization has had a visible effect on urbanization and migration patterns across much of Asia. Analyses of migration patterns...
ProjectGender and food security
UNU-WIDER’s recent project ‘Hunger and Food Security’ exerted a strong attraction for academia, international organizations (FAO, WFP, and UNCTAD), civil society organizations, and the media. The first project meeting, held in...Poverty Inequality and Well-being Hunger