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Sharing is caring? Making public-private partnerships more sustainable

Blog | Published on 22-09-2016

Sebastian Große-Puppendahl

There is growing recognition that global challenges are interconnected and complex, requiring multi- [...]


Beyond development as a business by-product?

Blog | Published on 16-03-2012

Bruce Byiers

That the private sector is important, if not key, to economic development is nothing new. However, w [...]


Will the re-election of Obama just bring more of the same to Africa?

Blog | Published on 07-11-2012

Faten Aggad-Clerx

By Faten Aggad When I visited Tanzania in early 2009, small street shops were selling fabric with th [...]


Legal constraints on the EU’s ability to withdraw EPA preferences

Blog | Published on 28-10-2011

++ GUEST CONTRIBUTION ++ Forthcoming in Trade Negotiations Insights Vol. 10, N0.8, November 2011On [...]


Innovation and Development: Going to Mars, and More

Blog | Published on 17-12-2014

Last week, NASA tested the resistance of Orion, a spacecraft with habitats for potential Mars trips. [...]


Did pan-Africanism die with our founding fathers?

Blog | Published on 28-05-2018

On 25 May, we celebrated Africa Day. In the second blog of our Africa Day series, Kesa Pharatlhatlhe [...]


How could taxation help to achieve the MDGs? – A reaction to OECD research

Blog | Published on 27-01-2012

Bruce Byiers

Financing the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) remains a major challenge. It is becoming clear th [...]


Public-private partnerships for development: From principles to practice?

Blog | Published on 02-04-2015

Sebastian Große-Puppendahl

There is a need to readily embrace the complexity and diversity of public-private partnerships and f [...]


The odyssey of elections in Africa: A new era of democracy and rule of law?

Blog | Published on 11-09-2017

Luckystar Miyandazi

After the Supreme Court of Kenya s decision to nullify the results of the 8 August 2017 presidential [...]


Did pan-Africanism die with our founding fathers?

Blog | Published on 28-05-2018

Kesa Pharatlhatlhe

On 25 May, we celebrated Africa Day. In the second blog of our Africa Day series, Kesa Pharatlhatlhe [...]