One more year, the World Bank is organizing its Development Marketplace grant competition, this time on the theme of Sustainable Agriculture for Development.
A new study by the Boston Consulting Group finds that outsourcing to China and India did little or nothing to save costs for many of the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
Rio de Janeiro is the home of Brazil's best 14 samba schools, some with individual budgets of up to $2.5 million. As the floats get
Welcome to CommGAP’s blog People, Spaces, Deliberation. We hope this platform will be a useful tool for all of us to share knowledge, debate, and discuss ideas about how to secure good governance and accountability.
My colleagues and I will blog on a weekly basis on various topics and we hope you will join in the conversations.
Some were complaining that the PSD Blog is missing one particular thing – its own lawyer. Well, not anymore.
Alan Pereira, an attorney and once upon a time an editor of a college newspaper, has joined the team. Currently working on the Gemloc Program, he will keep us abreast of his unit's work and write on issues of general interest.
Alan - without objections - welcome.
In an interview with the Ivey Business Journal, Jeffrey Sachs talks about "clinical economics," corruption, business environment, social responsibility and natural resources in Africa: