IGC Quick Clicks: The unintended consequences of...
Have you ever made a decision and felt it was rational and well thought through only to later realise it resulted in something you had never imagined? Now, think about how this...
Making room for Africa’s urban billion
By 2050, more than a billion people will be living in African cities and towns. As more and more of the continent’s population – 60% of whom live in the countryside –...
Reforming Pakistan’s tax system: Evidence-based...
As Pakistan fails to collect a decent proportion of own-source revenue, it has little choice than to take on debt or depend on more creative means, such as a recent...
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.
Cities that Work
An IGC initiative for more effective urban policy.
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
Despite being a minority in Indian politics, evidence suggests women legislators have a positive impact on growth,… https://t.co/RujoeZxp9j
Pakistan's tax-to-GDP ratio is nearly 3 times smaller than the OECD average. Could these 3 evidence-based solution… https://t.co/AAmKpnGo1Z