International experience in tax policy design and...
11 July 2018
This IGC regional conference, co-hosted with the Zambia Ministry of Finance, will be comprised of a number of morning and afternoon sessions focused on international research...
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...
Making land administration work for African cities
Rapid urbanisation has created a strong need to improve land administration in many African cities. Emerging research and policy experiences in countries such as Rwanda can...
Do cash transfers make the poor work less?
Analysing the impact of cash transfers in Iran helps to dispel the myth that they encourage the poor to work less. Admittedly, these transfers occurred in the context of rising...
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 food production being plentiful, food poverty continues to rise. Arif Husain from UN discusses why and the… https://t.co/FS7UCKJZXp
🚨 Funding alert 🚨 Call for proposals are now open for our India programme for projects relating to states and firm… https://t.co/y1bmcsbJM6
How does improving management practices improve firm performance📈? Nick Bloom shares research results from India 🇮🇳… https://t.co/zV8WuXtXe1