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    The role of dedicated authorities in transport reform

    Biodun Otunola (CEO, Planet Project Ltd) describes the importance of political support and dedicated project teams in implementing transport reforms, using Lagos as a case study.

    6 Aug 2018

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    Implementing integrated transport reform in Lagos

    Biodun Otunola (CEO, Planet Project Ltd) provides a case study of implementing transport reforms in Lagos, Nigeria.

    1 Aug 2018

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    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

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    Nick Bloom: Do management interventions last?

    How does improving management practices improve firm performance? Nick Bloom shares research results from India, which show that introducing management practices to textile firms had lasting impact several years on.

    18 May 2018

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    Rwanda’s development path over the next 30 years

    On 14th February 2018 in Kigali, Rwanda, the IGC and Tony Blair Institute for Global Change (Twitter: @InstituteGC), in collaboration with the Government of Rwanda, hosted a high-level discussion on Rwanda's development path over the next 30 Years. Funding was generously provided by the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. Thank you to all speakers and audience...

    23 Apr 2018

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    Escaping the fragility trap

    By 2030, half of the world's poor will live in fragile states. The LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development says a new approach is needed for countries caught in the ‘fragility trap'.

    18 Apr 2018

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    Cities that Work launch event at the World Bank

    The IGC's Cities that Work initiative was publicly launched at the World Bank on 7 September 2017 with a panel discussing the topic 'Research into Policy to Support Well-Managed Urbanisation’, featuring: Francisco Ferreira (World Bank); Ed Glaeser (IGC and Harvard University); Jennifer Musisi (Kampala Capital City Authority); Tony Venables (IGC and Oxford University);...

    20 Mar 2018

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    Collaborating for impact: A partnership in Ghana

    Evidence-based policy can often be used as a buzzword by policymakers, but what does it really take for it to go from being a phrase to becoming a reality? This short documentary looks at how the IGC collaborates with policymakers to generate impact, looking specifically at the work done by Martin Williams and the Government of Ghana.

    9 Mar 2018