Over the next 18 months, the Task Force will engage in and utilizes rigorous, empirical research to advance IMF policies that align international financial stability and growth with global climate goals
“While the World Bank’s development projects are not without their risks to biodiversity and Indigenous communities, the approach to environmental and social risk management taken by China as the world’s largest bilateral lender has global ramifications.”
Ambassador Garčević discussed “Social Cohesion: Cooperation, Trust and Development” as part of the 2021 “Dialogue for the Future.”
What should the top policy priorities be for supporting human development in the year ahead?
Professor Ferretti will assume the role of VP, Office of Compliance Advisor Ombudsman (CAO) on or around January 1, 2021.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher wrote a recent letter to the editor of Financial Times on risk and reward in China’s overseas development plan.
Dean Adil Najam was the lead author for the just-launched Pakistan National Human Development Report on Youth.
Dean Adil Najam discusses his experience as a Young Scientists Summer Program Fellow at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.
In developing countries development policy should be climate policy, says Adil Najam.
Dean Adil Najam completes his tenure as Chair of the South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics.
Kevin Gallagher discussed capital flows in a Jan. 27 article in the Financial Times.
Adil Najam tells MIT conference why innovation must focus on the needs of the poor.
Henrik Selin is unimpressed by the United Nation’s new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); there are too many of them, with too little focus.
1400 die in Pakistan heat wave. Adil Najam says it is bad governance, not cliamte change that killed them.
Pardee School Dean Adil Najam recently spent the day at the BU Medical Campus.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has tapped Dean Adil Najam of the BU Pardee School to serve a second term as a member of the prestigious UN Committee on Development Policy.
Thanks to Global Development Policy alums from the Pardee School, non-governmental organizations studying hunger in the developing world will have a new tool at their disposal.
Dean Adil Najam will serve as the new Chair of the South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics (SANDEE).