“None of the above”: Protest voting, voter...
Indian voters can vote for “none of the above” in national and state elections. This option has raised voter turnout and provides insight into the behaviour of protest...
Evidence-based tax policy: A policymaker’s...
Collaborative research can play an important role in addressing the challenges that tax authorities in Africa face. IGC’s regional tax conference in Lusaka brought together...
Cities that Work
An IGC initiative for more effective urban policy.
Case studies: Private enterprises in fragile situations
This IGC country case study series explores the relationship between the private sector, state fragility, and conflict in fragile environments. The case studies analyse how...
Escaping the fragility trap
Cutting extreme poverty in half is one of the greatest achievements of the last three decades. However, there is much more to do. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set...
The IGC works with hundreds of top academics in leading universities around the world. These academics are experts in their fields and are able to provide insights on our four major research themes: state, firms, cities and energy.View all Researchers
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