Green jobs as drivers of growth in African cities
28 October 2021
The rapid rate of urbanisation ongoing in developing countries presents a complex and urgent set of challenges for cities to accommodate future jobs, housing and other public...
Evidence and insights on key issues related to delivering sustainable cities to mark Urban October.
Diversifying economics: Resources for Black and...
This post has been updated recently on 14 October 2021. Over 2011-2017, the top 20 economic departments in the US awarded PhDs to only 15 Black students. In 2017, only 0.6%...
Annual Report 2020-2021
The 2020-2021 period was one fundamentally shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has had a profound effect on the work of IGC and its in-country partners. The IGC delivered...
IGC evidence paper – Firms, trade, and productivity
Productivity growth is the driving force behind economic development. A large development accounting literature has shown that much of the difference in income per capita...
IGC research funding information sessions
2 September 2021
In preparation for the next IGC call for proposals, we are hosting a webinar series in August to provide information to potential applicants about the type of research projects...
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
We're recruiting a Finance Systems Supervisor within the IGC Finance team, based in our central London hub. View mo… https://t.co/kGyOSGHoKK