Journal Article: How polarized is the global income distribution?
The interest in the level of global inequality has surged in recent years. This paper complements existing estimates of global inequality by providing the first estimates of the level of bipolarization of the global income distribution.
Policy Brief: The business environment of Mozambican manufacturing firms
The 2017 Survey of Mozambican Manufacturing Firms builds on data collected in 2012 from surviving firms to trace how changing economic conditions have affected the development of firms over five years.
Inclusive growth in Mozambique – scaling-up research and capacity
The central goal of the project is to support inclusive growth, growth that substantially improves the living standards of the Mozambican population.
Journal Special Issue: Fiscal Policy, State Building and Economic Development
This journal presents a synopsis of the contextual conditions, factors and challenges under which the recent evolution of tax systems has taken place. The journal, as the studies in this collection, gives special emphasis to the role natural endowments, p
UNU Annual Report 2017
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Sustainable Development Explorer
UNU has launched its Sustainable Development Explorer, a new campaign highlighting ongoing work to support each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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Book ChapterLessons Learnt about Foreign Aid for Climate Change Related Capacity-Building
From the book: Aid Effectiveness for Environmental SustainabilityForeign aid Climate change Capacity building
Book ChapterForeign Aid for Capacity Building to Address Climate Change
From the book: Aid Effectiveness for Environmental SustainabilityForeign aid Capacity building Climate change
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The folk and the formula– pathways to capable states...Capacity building Institutional economics Socio-Economic Transformation
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The 2012 WIDER Annual Lecture was given by Professor Lant Pritchett. He discussed the importance of building state capability in developing countries for tackling long-term development challenges. View or download slides as pdfCapacity building Institutional economics Socio-Economic Transformation
VideoWIDER Annual Lecture by Lant Pritchett
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The 16th WIDER Annual Lecture was given by Professor Lant Pritchett, currently Professor of the Practice of International Development Harvard Kennedy School of Government, in Helsinki, in September 2012, under the enticing title ‘Folk and the...Capacity building Institutional economics Socio-Economic Transformation
ProjectAn energy social accounting matrix (SAM) for Vietnam
Theme: OtherVietnam Social Accounting Matrix Green growth
Annual LectureWIDER Annual Lecture 16 - The folk and the formula
WorkshopSystematic analysis of climate resilient development (SACReD)
The principal objective of the workshop was to evaluate the implications of climate change for developing countries including impacts, adaptation policies, mitigation policies, and their interactions with appropriate development strategies.
ProjectDUCC - development under climate change
Theme: Climate changeClimate change Development Climate uncertainty
ProjectBuilding African capacity for policy simulation
With the introduction of Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs) and Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), governments in Africa and other developing countries have been under great pressure to devise effective policies that will reduce poverty and...Globalization Social and Human Development Africa