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Coffee cash - Gates Foundation (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

A role for Aid for Trade in development post-Bali

Dirk Willem te Velde
2 December 2013

As the latest round of WTO trade negotiations at Bali is approaching fast, a two year ODI-led project on Aid for Trade (AfT) is concluding. ODI's Dirk Willem te Velde introduces a mini blog series examining whether and how AfT contributes to development progress. 

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Children in Timor Leste - UNDP (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

Changing the mindset on aid

Gail Hurley
28 November 2013

Will there always be a need for international public finance? Gail Hurley believes so, and outlines why and what form it might take in the future in this finacing progress blog.

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Truck mechanics at the port in Tema - World Bank (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

Financing progress independently: taxation and illicit flows

Alex Cobham
20 November 2013

The importance of reducing tax evasion and illicit flows has risen up the development financing agenda rapidly in the last few years. This blog sets out the next steps on how this important agenda can become a concrete and functional part of the international development finance settlement.

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Colombian men fishing - World Bank (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

What works in development finance: a new blog series invites cutting edge commentary

Jonathan Glennie
12 November 2013

The debate is hotting up on what, exactly, will follow the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). But one thing is certain about the future post-2015 goals – without money they will remain just words on paper. Jonathan Glennie kicks off a new blog series that will shed light on the most important aspects of development finance today.

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Pushing a cart - Gates Foundation (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

MDGs in the LDCs: six lessons for post-2015

Debapriya Bhattacharya and Towfiqul Islam Khan
24 October 2013

How can we learn from the Less Developed Countries (LDCs) experience of the MDGs? And how should we apply this learning post-2015? Debapriya Bhattacharya and Towfiqul Islam Khan of the Center for Policy Dialogue (CPD) in Dhaka give their thoughts.


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