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Using behavioural economics in development policy
Can the burgeoning field of behavioural economics provide important insights into development issues?
Mexico’s economic growth puzzle: A conversation with Santiago Levy
Why has economic growth stuttered in Mexico despite, on the face of it, implementation of sensible economic policies by successive governments?
The future of the World Bank: Why knowledge is power
The World Bank is making a shift from a lending function to a knowledge function. This will amplify the role of researchers in its work.
Is poverty self-perpetuating?
A cash transfer experiment in Bangladesh targeting the ultra-poor reveals that complementary assets are key in escaping poverty
The changing face of development: Backlash against globalisation
It is crucial to understand the causes of the rising anti-globalisation sentiment and make changes in developing countries.
Ending global poverty: Why money is not enough
How can we combat the increasing trend of extreme poverty not being confined to low-income countries, but also affecting middle-income ones?
How development really works
What drives development? Using 50 years of data, Nicholas Stern explains what drives growth and development in Palanpur, Uttar Pradesh
The future of development
How can policymakers adapt to a changing world of development and an uncertain future?
Mainstream development economics is failing
The former World Bank Chief Economist explains why developing countries should pursue growth based on their unique comparative advantages