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Women's Underrepresentation in IFI Leadership
November 27, 2023
EU-Africa Strategy: State of Play
November 24, 2023
Why Forests? Why Now? The Science, Economics and Politics of Tropical Forests and Climate Change
November 01, 2016
The Amazon Rainforest has been on fire for three weeks. Explore our book Why Forests? Why Now? to learn why protecting forests is one of our best defenses against climate change.
Oil to Cash: Fighting the Resource Curse with Cash Transfers
June 05, 2015
Todd Moss, Caroline Lambert, and Stephanie Majerowicz offer a well-argued explanation of how oil-to-cash transfers could help countries overcome the corruption, economic volatility, and lack of government accountability that too often plague countries with rich resources but weak institutions.
Data Set for "Understanding Latin America’s Financial Inclusion Gap - Working Paper 367"
May 27, 2014
This is the data set for Working Paper 367 which analyzes Latin America’s financial inclusion gap, the difference between the average financial inclusion for Latin America and the corresponding average for a set of comparator countries.
Data Set for "What Drives Deforestation and What Stops It? A Meta-Analysis of Spatially Explicit Econometric Studies - Working Paper 361"
May 12, 2014
This is the data set for Working Paper 361.
We Just Ran Twenty-Three Million Queries of the World Bank's Website - Working Paper 362
April 25, 2014
Much of the data underlying global poverty and inequality estimates is not in the public domain, but can be accessed in small pieces using the World Bank's PovcalNet online tool.
Data Set for Working Paper 327: The Future of Global Poverty in a Multi-Speed World
June 13, 2013
This is the data set for Working Paper 327, “The Future of Global Poverty in a Multi-Speed World: New Estimates of Scale and Location, 2010–2030,” in which Peter Edward and Andy Sumner introduce new model of growth, inequality, and poverty that allows comparison of a wide range of input assumptions....
Greenprint: A New Approach to Cooperation on Climate Change
October 30, 2012
“This important book sets a sensible and specific way forward. It should be read by all involved in economic development and international action on climate change.” —Lord Nicholas Stern, author of the Stern Review