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Want to know more about the drivers of ? Interested in how could impact India's election? Or effective public financial planning in developing countries? Our has you covered! Check out our new blogs at
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UNU-WIDER May 18
Last week was a great week for knowledge sharing at . Piotr Lewandowski from came to share his latest research and and dropped in during their Helsinki holiday to catch up and chat with our .
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UNU-WIDER May 17
We're looking for a Assistant. Do you want to join our team in Pretoria, working inside the National Treasury, analysing tax administrative and other micro-data to produce policy-relevant research? Learn more at
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IGMozambique May 15
“In around 20,7% of the people are unemployed and the sector is seen as an alternative” says Josenilde Janguia at the seminar series
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Development Pathways May 17
Too few people participate in social insurance worldwide. We're working with on an innovative solution to boost take-up. Make child benefits multi-tiered - like many pension systems - & offer a more immediate incentive. More:
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Econ Films May 16
Can extractives play a significant role in development? How can good policy make the difference between economic disaster and success? See the full documentary for here: . An production
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UNU-WIDER May 17
The new blog from is written by and Read the full article and watch the video at
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UNU-WIDER May 16
does not always have a positive effect, people can be made poorer or non-poor can be made poor. and Flaviana Palmisano () have built a tool that considers the impact on the of each individual. Learn more
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UNU-WIDER May 16
Check out the new blog from UNU-WIDER director and expert
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UNU-WIDER May 15
Ebaidalla Mahjoub Ahmed is Director of Health Economics Centre at , currently spending 3 months working from our office in as a Visiting Scholar. Learn more about our visiting scholar programme at
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UNU-WIDER May 15
Having a better understanding of the drivers of of opportunity in child health in can help policy makers create evidence-based policies to address underlying factors
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UNU-WIDER May 15
Poor health and inadequate nutrition in childhood can have impacts that persist into adulthood. Today's we hear about new research trying to better understand and measure the of opportunity in
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UNU-WIDER May 15
In Sudan 38% of children under 5 are stunted due to nutritional deficiencies
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UNU-WIDER May 15
Today's is underway with Ebaidalla Mahjoub Ahmed presenting his research on of opportunity in child in .
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UN Sustainable Development May 14
The Innovation Hub at the Science, Tech & Innovation Forum features 10 workable solutions for implementation, from sustainable housing 🏠 in Uganda, to ending food waste 🗑 in India, to refugee education 📚 in Jordan. See all the winners:
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IMF Capacity Development May 13
How to ensure sound management of public finances and government accountability? IMF’s online course has provided answers to 2,200+ participants from 194 countries! Register 👇 Gov't officials: Public:
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IGMozambique May 14
Join us today for our seminar series on 'Exploratory Factorial Analysis of the Sector in ' by Josenilde Janguia at in Maputo
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UNU-WIDER May 14
Tomorrow Ebaidalla Mahjoub Ahmed, director of the Health Economics Centre and will present at the on understanding inequality of opportunity in in - find out more and register to attend at
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UNU-WIDER May 14
Are you a pro? Would you like to be part of a leading international development economics think tank? Our finance team is growing - could you be our new Finance Assistant? Learn more and apply today
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