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On 1 May, UK Prime Minister Theresa May appointed a new Secretary of State for International Development. Rory Stewart, who was previously serving as Minister of State for...
India 2019: Catching the clickbait generation
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It is almost a cliché to state that electricity supply is a critical infrastructure. Without it, the quest for sustained and inclusive growth is sure to falter. Yet, across...
Urban density and the promises of proximity
As an economist, an end of year tradition is to muse over The Royal Society of Statistics, ‘Statistic of the Year’. In 2018, the singled out stat was: 90.5% - the...
Urban governance institutions: Policy options for...
Developing countries today are home to all of the world’s thirty fastest-growing major cities — with sub-Saharan Africa home to twenty-one of these thirty. This rapid...
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Do citizens reward incumbent governments electorally for improvements in connectivity and wellbeing? A study looks… https://t.co/YOWsQOyQFm
Urban density and the promises of proximity: Oliver Harman discusses the challenges of measuring density and revers… https://t.co/PfVE8JFyi9