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  • Publication - Country study

    Mozambique’s private sector in the context of conflict

    This case study examines the conflict dynamics in post-independence Mozambique, and how the private sector has developed in response to both conflict and peace.

    22 Oct 2018 | José Jaime Macuane

  • Multimedia Item - Video

    The underlying causes of fragility and instability in Sierra Leone

    This event in Freetown on 24 July 2018 featured speakers Donald Kaberuka and Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. It launched the Sierra Leone country case study "The underlying causes of fragility and instability in Sierra Leone" and discusses the findings of the LSE-Oxford Fragility Commission’s report "Escaping the fragility trap".

    10 Sep 2018

  • Publication - Country study

    State fragility in Somaliland and Somalia: A contrast in peace and state building

    This country study is published by the LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development.

    30 Aug 2018 | Mohamed Farah Hersi

  • Publication - Miscellaneous

    Sortir du piège de la fragilité

    Les Objectifs de développement durable (ODD) ciblent l’éradication de l’extrême pauvreté d’ici à 2030. Pour autant, alors que les deux tiers du chemin restent à parcourir, près de 900 millions de personnes vivent encore avec moins de deux dollars par jour et, dans les pays les plus pauvres du monde, les progrès sont au point mort.  On appelle...

    23 Aug 2018 | Paul Collier, Tim Besley, Adnan Khan

  • Publication - Country study

    A multidimensional approach to restoring state legitimacy in Yemen

    This background study is published by the LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development.

    20 Aug 2018 | Peter Salisbury

  • Publication - Country study

    State fragility in Myanmar: Fostering development in the face of protracted conflict

    This country study is published by the LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development.

    10 Aug 2018 | Renaud Egreteau, Cormac Mangan

  • Event

    The underlying causes of fragility and instability in Sierra Leone

    This event launches the Sierra Leone country case study The underlying causes of fragility and instability in Sierra Leone and discusses the findings of the LSE-Oxford Fragility Commission's report Escaping the fragility trap.  It is anticipated that by 2030, about half of the world’s poor will be living in fragile states. Fragile societies are trapped in a...

    24 July 2018

  • Multimedia Item - Video

    Event: A new approach to state fragility

    CIFAR, IGC, and the British Academy host a panel discussion with Sir Tim Besley (LSE), Rachel Glennerster (DFID), Adnan Khan (IGC), and Roger Myerson (University of Chicago) to discuss the findings of the LSE-Oxford Fragility Commission's report 'Escaping the Fragility Trap'.

    20 Jul 2018

  • Project

    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 fragility and conflict shape economic activity and private sector development, and vice versa, in these countries. They also draw lessons from these countries' experiences and discuss the outlook for...

    14 Jun 2018 |

  • Publication - Project Report

    Private enterprises in fragile situations: Myanmar

    This IGC country case study explores the relationship between the private sector, state fragility, and conflict in Myanmar.

    14 Jun 2018 | Cormac Mangan