Fatima Denton: We Need to Create Spaces to Democratize the ‘Just Transition’
May 8, 2023
“We need to look at the early warning systems in place and aspire to attain food security.”
YSI Conference on Debt Sustainability
Apr 28–30, 2023
Discussions on the key conceptual and policy themes for sovereign debt sustainability with a view to proposing possible policy reforms.
Should We Focus on the Problems of the Elite, or Those Faced by the Majority of the African Population?
Apr 20, 2023
Professor Youba Sokona, Vice-Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and African energy specialist, on how the Ukraine conflict had re-shaped thinking amongst many Africans, and on the transformation in leadership needed to address the problems faced by the majority of Africa’s people.
¿Otra crisis de la deuda en el Sur Global? Economista revela la clave para entenderla.
Apr 17, 2023
Martín Guzmán, ex ministro de Economía de Argentina, explica cómo el rol del poder debe ser central en la investigación económica, especialmente cuando se trata de deuda soberana.
Another Debt Crisis in the Global South? Economist Reveals the Key to Understanding It
Apr 17, 2023
Martin Guzman, Argentina’s former Minister of Economy, explains how the role of power should be central to economic research – especially when it comes to sovereign debt.
Inclusive Development: Role of Employment and EnvironmentConference
Mar 28–30, 2023
Inclusive development especially the role of employment opportunities in a changing world of work and the environment in envisioning inclusiveness
Now Is the Time for More Ambition From Multilateral Development Banks and Their Shareholders
Mar 14, 2023
Vera Songwe, Chair of the Liquidity and Sustainability Facility, and former Executive Secretary of the UN Economic Commission for Africa, on the multiple crises facing African countries.
Emerging Markets and the Balance of Payments: Challenges to Growth and Sustainability
Mar 13, 2023
A model that captures key vulnerabilities and structural weaknesses of developing countries’ trade and production structures.
Current External Challenges to the Economic Expansion of Emerging Markets
A Balance-of-Payments Constrained Growth Perspective
The Two Global Consensuses That Defined the Development Paradigm in Ghana Are Under Threat
Feb 27, 2023
Honorary Vice President at IMANI Center for policy and education, Bright Simons, on the challenges Ghana is facing
Global Value Chains and Income Distribution Profiles: A World Survey
Feb 6, 2023
How can we quantify the wage share implied by varying degrees and types of participation to Global Value Chains?
Distributive Profiles Associated with Domestic Versus International Specialization in Global Value Chains
If primary commodities and mid-to-high-tech manufacturing products are produced by industries with different wage shares, there are distributive implications of deepening trade integration with certain regions with respect to others.
High-level Panel Discussion: Development Prospects in a Fractured World
Dec 15, 2022
As 2022 comes to a close, panelists discuss the immediate prospects for the global economy, the dangers of a lost decade for developing countries and what needs to be done to put the SDGs back on track.
Il faut une analyse désagrégée des conséquences de la guerre en Ukraine sur les économies en Afrique de l’Ouest
Dec 13, 2022
Entretien avec Gilles Yabi, directeur exécutif du Think Tank ouest-africain WATHI, sur la sécurité alimentaire en Afrique
The Impact of the War in Ukraine on West Africa Requires a Disaggregated Analysis
Dec 12, 2022
An interview with Gilles Yabi, executive director of the West African Think Tank WATHI, on food security in Africa