With over 1 billion people still living on less than a dollar a day, global development and the fight to end world poverty will continue to be top priorities for the international community for decades to come. Brookings scholars examine the full range of issues related to global development, from aid effectiveness to foreign assistance reform and governance and anti-corruption to fragile and conflict-affected states.
Global Health ›
August 28, 2015, Jeffrey Hammer
International Monetary Fund ›
August 28, 2015, Brian Pinto
Developing Countries ›
August 26, 2015, Indermit Gill and Homi Kharas
2015, Laurence Chandy, Hiroshi Kato and Homi Kharas, eds.
The Search for a New Legal Regime
2015, Mwangi S. Kimenyi and John Mukum Mbaku
with a new foreword by Cass R. Sunstein and afterword by Michele Alacevich
2014, Albert O. Hirschman and
India and the Multilateral Order
2013, Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu, Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Bruce Jones, eds.
2013, Roy W. Bahl, Johannes F. Linn and Deborah L. Wetzel
How to Bring Development Solutions to Millions of Poor People
2013, Laurence Chandy, Akio Hosono, Homi Kharas and Johannes F. Linn, eds.
How America’s War on Terror Became a Global War on Tribal Islam
2013, Akbar Ahmed
2012, Masahiro Kawai and Eswar Prasad, eds.
2012, Carol Graham
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