The International Growth Centre (IGC) aims to promote sustainable growth in developing countries by providing demand-led policy advice based on frontier research.

About IGC

Highlights

  • Can growth truly be sustainable? Matthieu Teachout

    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...

    Blog Post
  • Making the Green Revolution greener: Agricultural... Nick Wilkinson

    Climate change poses a striking threat to the livelihoods of rural farmers in low-income countries. As weather patterns become more volatile, agriculture will be disrupted,...

    Blog Post
  • The impact of COVID-19 on Ugandan firms: Evidence... Livia Alfonsi, Vittorio Bassi, Priya Manwaring, Peter Ngategize, John Oryema, Miri Stryjan, Anna Vitali

    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...

    Publication
  • Growth reset: Renewing focus on sustainability in...

    28 April 2021

     You can also listen to the audio event recording here: IGC Admin · Growth reset: Renewing focus on sustainability in developing countries The planet had already...

    Event
  • Four ideas to bring clean power to fragile states Emilie Yam

    Energy access has the potential to catalyse enormous social and economic gains in fragile states. Below are four ideas from global leaders to make this a...

    Blog Post
  • Leaders and citizens: Women’s political... Nalini Gulati, Ella Spencer

    Women’s political participation has emerged as a key element of the discourse around the upcoming state elections in India. In this post, Nalini Gulati and Ella Spencer...

    Blog Post