Improving asset and debt management in developing...
Many developing cities have a large pool of wealth in their public assets, however they lack the inventory and strategic capacities required to untap the potential revenue....
Is green growth possible? Revisiting the...
Can economic growth be environment friendly? IGC Policy Economist, Matei Alexianu, looks at what we can learn from economic theory and evidence from around the world. He argues...
Designing national healthcare: Challenges and...
As India’s population ages, the demand for tertiary healthcare to treat non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular ailments is increasing...
Mozambique’s private sector in the context of...
This case study examines the conflict dynamics in post-independence Mozambique, and how the private sector has developed in response to both conflict and peace.
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Blog - IGC country economist André Castro argues for a close trade and industrialisation nexus to drive industriali… https://t.co/gEX0GvbxXx
Research: How can Rwandan policymakers 🇷🇼 use ICT to improve learning outcomes and reduce inequalities? 💻 Zeitlin… https://t.co/E1CSQNCiy7
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