Energy: A summary of IGC research
This sub-thematic summary highlights the IGC’s research on energy over the past 10 years. Access to reliable and affordable energy, as enunciated in Sustainable...
Flexible payment plans for improved access to...
There are approximately 144 million individuals in Pakistan who reside in either completely off-grid areas – areas that are too far away to connect to the grid - or in...
IGC India Research Conference: Evidence for...
10 September 2019
When: 9:00am – 4:30pm, Tuesday, 10 September 2019 Where: Inspire Hall, Le Méridien Hotel New Delhi The IGC India Research Conference: Evidence for inclusive...
Leading economic institutes join hands to bridge...
The Tata Centre for Development at the University of Chicago and the International Growth Centre at the London School of Economics collaborate to better communicate...
Ugandan fine coffee (Arabica): What is the opportunity?
Ugandan Arabica coffee is all but unknown among end consumers and underrated by traders. There are immediate opportunities to improve marketing methods as well as to raise...
Insights to inform urban planning in Rwanda
The economic geography of Rwanda is characterised by relatively low levels of urbanisation (estimated at about 19% in 2016-2017), a high urbanisation growth rate, high...
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
Blog - Recent studies on electrification in sub-Saharan Africa question where electrification fits as a policy prio… https://t.co/qfQ1RLbVIo
The norm that electricity is a right, as opposed to a private good, constrains access to energy and leads to widesp… https://t.co/BkTt67KCNs
Blog - Providing advice to households in Bangladesh on saving energy could potentially reduce electricity consumpti… https://t.co/FUZ8NeoQBZ