Twitter chat: The role of mobile money in...
15 June 2018
Host @The_IGC Key discussants Leon Isaacs @leon_dma – CEO, Developing Markets Associates Adeline Pelletier @adelinpelletier – Lecturer, Strategy at the...
A new approach to state fragility
28 June 2018
CIFAR, IGC, and the British Academy are convening thought leaders in government, the private sector, and civil society for a robust conversation about Escaping the fragility...
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...
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