Does climate change cause conflict?
A growing body of evidence suggests there are strong links between climate and conflict in both developed and developing countries. The effects of climate change, such as...
Building climate-responsive social protection
As climate-related natural disasters occur with increasing frequency, disproportionally impacting poorer countries, robust social protection systems will become ever more...
Online BREAD conference on the economics of Africa
7 July 2021
We are pleased to announce the BREAD Conference on the Economics of Africa, hosted by the International Growth Centre and co-organized with the African Economic Research...
Projecting emissions: Assessing strategies to...
While the poorest countries should prioritise climate resilience, fast growing economies must better complement growth with strategies to reduce emissions. Growth, poverty,...
Can growth truly be sustainable?
A sustainable approach to growth provides economic opportunities for the poor, builds resilience, and prepares low-income countries for the impacts of climate change while...
The impact of COVID-19 on Ugandan firms: Evidence...
This policy brief outlines key discussions from a policy seminar on the impact of COVID-19 on Uganda’s firms held on 28 January 2021 by the Ugandan Ministry of...
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