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    IGC-Ideas For India-ISI India Development Policy Conference

    Since its inception in 2009, the International Growth Centre (IGC) has funded more than 200 economic research projects in India on a wide variety of policy relevant topics. The vast knowledge generated through these projects has been synthesised in three recent IGC working papers on Health, Governance and Public Service Delivery and Financial Inclusion (they can be...

    13 July 2017

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    WTO Aid for Trade - IGC side event

    The Sixth Global Review of Aid for Trade, “Promoting Connectivity”, will be held at the WTO in Geneva from 11 to 13 July 2017 gathering 500-700 people from trade delegations around the world to discuss ways to promote trade-led growth. The event will feature plenary speeches from heads of agencies along with panels presenting research and policy analyses on topics such...

    11–13 July 2017

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    Workshop on the impact of community mobilisation on land rights governance

    IGC India Bihar will host a workshop on Saturday 15 July to disseminate the results found from the study ‘The impact of community mobilisation on land rights governance: evidence from a homestead land entitlement initiative in Gaya District of Bihar India’ to policymakers and other local stakeholders. Andre Joshua Nickow and Sanjay Kumar (PIs on the project) will...

    15 July 2017

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    Workshop on the political effects of programmatic development policy

    IGC India Bihar will host a workshop to disseminate the results found from the study "The political effects of programmatic development policy: can Bihar break the clientelist trap?". Jonathan Phillip (PI on the project) will present the findings of this study during the event. The main aim of the study was to understand how the Bihar government’s reforms since 2005...

    22 July 2017

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    4th Urbanisation and poverty reduction research conference

    One of the great challenge of 21st century cities in developing countries is that they must fulfill the requirements of connectivity in production for businesses and address the negative externalities for consumers of density with extremely limited financial resources and public capacity. The "4th Urbanisation and poverty reduction research conference" hosted by the...

    8 September 2017