Posts tagged as: Video

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    Dyson Jangia on enhancing the financial position of Mzuzu, Malawi

    What reforms has Mzuzu undertaken to enhance its financial position? Dyson Jangia, CEO of Zomba City Council, talks about key lessons and successes other cities can learn from and highlights priorities for current and future municipal finance reform.

    19 Jul 2022

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    How can we support climate resilient farming in developing countries? | LSE Festival Shorts 2022

    Farmers in low-income countries are one of the groups most at risk from the effects of climate change. Agricultural adaptation will play a vital role in the world’s response to climate change and should be viewed as an integral part of sustainable economic development in a post-COVID world. Successful adaptation will require more accurate weather forecasts that can inform...

    15 Jun 2022

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    Making public procurement more efficient

    How inefficient is public procurement, and what is the source of this inefficiency? With evidence from Pakistan, Adnan Khan explains how different public offices can pay very different prices for exactly the same good, and gives research insights on how to increase the efficiency of public procurement. The paper discussed in this video is The Allocation of Authority in...

    23 Feb 2022

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    The Future of Urban Development in Afghanistan

    On December 10, 2021, the Oxford Urbanists hosted a panel event on contemporary urban-development dynamics in Afghanistan.

    14 Dec 2021

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    IGC India conference: The impact of COVID-19 on health and wellbeing

    The nationwide lockdown last year disrupted food supply chains, and access to food was a very real concern for millions of households. India has some of the world’s largest food security schemes to address malnutrition and hunger. While the initiatives seem promising, the COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges in the effective delivery of midday meals and the public...

    14 May 2021

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    IGC India conference: The impact of COVID-19 on labour markets

    The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns are disrupting the lives of millions of workers through layoffs and reduction in working hours and wages. At the same time, India witnessed one of the largest exoduses of labour migrants, a large population usually employed in informal, low-paid jobs and with no or limited access to social protection measures and job security....

    14 May 2021

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    IGC India conference: The economic impact of COVID-19 on households

    Nearly 84% of Indian households witnessed a decrease in income during the initial lockdown and the months following it. While the well-off can manage, there are grave concerns about how the poor can cope and survive future lockdowns. This webinar explores how households coped with the economic effects of lockdowns, and whether existing and new welfare schemes are effective...

    13 May 2021

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    Growth reset: Renewing focus on sustainability in developing countries

    Video recording of our Growth reset event on 28 April 2021.

    5 May 2021

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    IGC in conversation with Max Walter

    23 Nov 2020

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    IGC in conversation with Bogolo Kenewendo

    23 Nov 2020