A HUB FOR IDEAS, DEBATE AND RESOURCES ON HOW THE WORLD IS DOING ON INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Featuring live illustrations from a workshop for the November 2013 Development Futures conference in Sydney, this blog looks at the process of arriving at a clear set of future development goals and the resulting challenges.
Rounding off our Aid for Trade In this blog, he gives a European perspective on the future of Aid for Trade, aruging that the key to success lies in supporting the efforts of developing countries themselves.
Continuing our Aid for Trade (AfT) miniseries, this blog argues that we need to take a closer look at AfT as a result of the changing context in which it operates, otherwise it will remain a statistical illusion and a political hoax.
As part of our Aid for Trade miniseries, ODI's Marie-Agnès Jouanjean blogs on how negotiators are working hard to ensure a trade facilitation agreement at December’s WTO Ministerial Conference in Bali.
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.
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.
Continuing our financing progress series, Inge Kaul builds on her pioneering work on global public goods, suggesting how to bring out the synergies between development funding and global public good financing.
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.
What challenges do middle-income countries face during the course of their development? This piece from our financing progress series takes a look at the role of international aid in the MICs.
This blog identifies three key perspectives through which external development finance decisions should be viewed as part of a post-2015 development agenda: empowerment, incentivisation and global public goods.