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Producing Development Change Agents at the World Bank-Annenberg Summer Institute 2018

Producing Development Change Agents at the World Bank-Annenberg Summer Institute 2018

The World Bank-Annenberg Summer Instittue came to a close on June 15 and you can read about thhe cohort and their experience completing the program here.

Future Scenarios and Implications for the Industry

Future Scenarios and Implications for the Industry

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This report, developed by the World Economic Forum, examines what the infrastructure and urban development industry could look like in the future and the strategic implications for the key stakeholders and broader society.

Land reform in developing countries: the role of the state and other actors

Land reform in developing countries: the role of the state and other actors

An approach to sustainable and equitable development requires well informed, purposeful courses of action by the state and other concerned social actors.

Why Anticorruption Reforms Fail—Systemic Corruption as a Collective Action Problem

Why Anticorruption Reforms Fail—Systemic Corruption as a Collective Action Problem

corruption

With an increased awareness of the detrimental effects of corruption on development, strategies to fight it are now a top priority in policy circles.

Grounded Reform: Fixing Frelaria’s Dysfunctional Land Tenure System

Grounded Reform: Fixing Frelaria’s Dysfunctional Land Tenure System

land reform

A Case Study On the Politics of Change