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In his latest blog, San Bilal discusses the high cost that protectionist measures have on poor countries, following the publication of the report 'Throwing Sand in the Wheels: How Protectionism Slowed Export-Led Growth For The World’s Poorest Countries'.
Rhys Williams reflects back on the 2015 European Development Days and asks some burning questions on its future role.
Isabelle Ramdoo argues that the question of anchoring mineral infrastructure in regional integration is important because on the African continent, the lack of infrastructure is still a significant barrier to mobility (of people, goods and services), productivity and economic development.
What are the different types, sources and volumes of finance that can help to address development challenges across countries and regions? And what are the implications of these different financing tools for policy makers? Find out in our dossier.
From July 2014 until December 2015, ECDPM and theIDLgroup will partner to produce a study on the drivers and obstacles to regional cooperation and integration in Africa. Find out more about this study in our dossier.
The newly launched 2015 European Report on Development (ERD) addresses financing and other means of implementation in the post-2015 context. Learn more or see past ERD editions in our dossier.
ECDPM has launched a new initiative to contribute to a well-informed debate on the future of ACP-EU partnership through a political economy approach. Find out more about this initiative in our dossier.