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This report from the 2013 Brookings Blum Roundtable looks at the development impact of the private sector; investments in individual enterprises serving low-income customers; and the U.S. government's development goals.
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On April 28, Guillermo Vuletin and Leopoldo Avellan will present their work “Are commodity-rich countries more vulnerable to fiscal procyclicality?” at the IDB-JIMF "Macroeconomic and Financial Challenges Facing Latin America and the Caribbean After the Crisis" conference.
The U.S. dollar has reigned supreme as the world’s dominant reserve currency for nearly a century, but is the dollar’s dominance now under threat? In The Dollar Trap, Eswar Prasad examines the role of the U.S. dollar in the global economy and argues that the dollar's importance has actually strengthened despite conventional wisdom.
RT @rei_tang: Solid report: Africa in China's Foreign Policy (PDF) http://t.co/atPKI0DFgV
.@EGWBrookings & Eileen McGivney on how @Escuela_Nueva is changing the way children learn in the developing world: http://t.co/anA6dbzHzk
Register now for Friday's event on #CSR and the new #development agenda: http://t.co/vf9sEANadb #post2015
What is the role of the private sector in global #development? Our latest report discusses: http://t.co/AZJBLxlPX5 #Blum2013
RT @MalalaFund: Read: The many obstacles to #education in #Nigeria in light of the recent Boko Haram kidnappings. http://t.co/G67qM5npbo via @EGWBrookings
RT @CharlieSatow: Open letter to #SouthSudan leaders from @BrookingsInst http://t.co/zWH4KFT451 "Posterity will judge you well, but only if you choose wisely"
Joshua Meltzer argues that President #Obama's weeklong #Asia trip is a chance to now refocus attention on the #TPP: http://t.co/HcfA9S2r45
One of the most promising approaches to scaling enterprise #development: http://t.co/wHybAEmwVg #Blum2013
As the #EU emerges from the debt crisis, where does #Europe stand? On May 1, we'll discuss with @pisaniferry: http://t.co/mnDIkasLZA
RT @EcceLeHomo: #China is diversifying its #Africa portfolio & realizing that it must securitize in order to protect its investments http://t.co/3oRI4ZprmJ
RT @jkpotvin: #WhereAretheWomen: Stellar all-female lineup set for @BrookingsInst panel on #CSR in #development this Friday: http://t.co/oGXgUy8xEq
How can US leadership further its efforts to alleviate global #poverty? We discuss in our latest #Blum2013 report: http://t.co/LGZRsAEctr
"Any violent overthrow of the govt would only engender more violence..." -John Mbaku on #SouthSudan's leadership: http://t.co/4SwqBk2tLL
Friday, we'll discuss #CSR w/ featured speaker @AnneFinucane & panelists @SongweVera, @MindyLubber, @dballouaares: http://t.co/vf9sEANadb
John Mbaku calls for new leadership in #SouthSudan that can chart a path towards peace, growth & #development: http://t.co/o6L67lMdTl
RT @laurencechandy: debate on the role of the private sector in development is everywhere & mostly vacuous. some practical ideas here: http://t.co/qPuuAeGuIN
RT @SUSSESSS: Here is the @WhiteHouse Press Secretary's statement on the situation in #SouthSudan http://t.co/VMX5nudFaJ
How have recent attacks by Boko Haram further impeded #Nigeria's #edu system? Blog by @EGWBrookings & Katie Smith: http://t.co/zShfsRLPsK
3 trends shaping the future of #Africa and Sino-Africa relations: http://t.co/LP1VvHwviT
A recap of last week's top stories in #Africa: http://t.co/GTW404k27f
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