Are we living in unorthodox times?
How different is today’s environment for developing countries compared to a few decades ago? The second blog in this series examines four trends that will shape how countries...
The new international geography of deindustrialisation
The problem with Donald Trump’s trade narrative is that it ignores the simple fact that deindustrialisation in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa has been more severe than...
State fragility in Somaliland and Somalia: A...
This country study is published by the LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development.
Tournaments for postings: Using transfers and...
This randomised control trial examined the impact of incentivising tax collectors in Punjab through job transfers and postings. Offering tax collectors a desirable...
Cities that Work
An IGC initiative for more effective urban policy.
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
With global trade looking uncertain, is it time to re-think the primacy of exporting for growth? Part 3 of our 'U… https://t.co/NodYAKZBYp