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CGD is 12! Lawrence MacDonald and Todd Moss distill 12 lessons from CGD’s early days (pictured) to today.
Bill Savedoff and Charles Kenny show why pay-for-performance approaches are less prone to corruption than traditional aid. Blog, Brief, Working Paper, Wonkcast.
Nancy Birdsall picks ten from dozens of readers’ suggestions for her 2014 development policy wish list. The US gets a six-item list of its own.
CGD predicts the hottest (and nottest?) trends in global development and beyond for the year ahead.
Four years and billions of dollars later, Haiti is still a mess. Michael Clemens champions a US temporary worker program and Vijaya Ramachandran urges transparency.
Four years and billions of dollars later, Haiti is still a mess. Michael Clemens champions a US temporary worker program and Vijaya Ramachandran urges aid transparency.
CGD president Nancy Birdsall asks for your help in writing her 2014 development policy wishlist. Share your ideas and vote now.
@CGDev rounds up the best CGD-related tweets of 2013.
Nancy Birdsall invites you to join our efforts to reduce poverty and inequality with a modest gift.
Paul Polman wins the 2013 CGD/FP Commitment to Development Award for his leadership in reducing tropical deforestation.