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The 2015 African Economic Outlook will focus on Spatial Inclusion in Africa. Bruce Byiers discusses a brainstorm on this topic hosted by the OECD, UNDP and AfDB.
Geert Laporte invites us to look behind the facade of the formal implementation of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (GPEDC).
On Africa Industrialisation Day, Isabelle Ramdoo took a step back to look at how the debate has evolved over the years, and more importantly, who has achieved what.
What are Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs)? Who is concerned so far? What do EPAs cover? Find out in our dossier 'Frequently Asked Questions on Economic Partnership Agreements'.
In September 2014, the European Think Tanks Group (ETTG) published a memo to the new EU leadership, outlining five areas that should lie at the heart of the EU strategy until 2020. Read our dossier to find out which areas these are and why they are so important.
ECDPM studies regional dynamics and the role of Europe in the Sahel region. To stay up-to-date with our work, read our latest publications and blogs in our Sahel dossier.
The upcoming European Report on Development (ERD) aims to address financing and other means of implementation in the post-2015 context. Learn more or see past ERD editions in our dossier.