Open source software can help improve government efficiency and transparency while speeding up innovation in the public sector. GovTech nations, such as Singapore, are using open source solutions…

Lesly Goh, Kai Kaiser, Nataliya Langburd Wright |

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  Les infrastructures de base transforment les conditions de vie. Il suffit parfois d’une route… L’accès à une eau salubre et à l’assainissement améliore…

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Also available in: Mongolian | Chinese     As we approach the 9th World Urban Forum in Kuala Lumpur next week, one of the essential challenges in implementing the New Urban Agenda that governments…

Abhas Jha |

More and more courts are going digital. But does this improve judicial performance?   Legal literature on ‘e-justice’ seems to think so. So too does the World Development Report, ‘Digital…

Georgia Harley, Agnes Said |

More and more courts are going digital. But does this improve judicial performance?   Legal literature on ‘e-justice’ seems to think so. So too does the World Development Report, ‘Digital…

Georgia Harley, Agnes Said |

Photo: yuttana Contributor Studio / Shutterstock.com Most of us carry out research and report our findings with the expectation—or at least a hope—of an audience.   Yet fewer amongst us are…

Deblina Saha |

Foreign direct investment (FDI) is often considered by economists and policymakers as integral to economic growth – a cornerstone of modernization, income growth and employment. Yet for many…

Amira Karim |

El 17 de mayo es el Día Internacional contra la Homofobia y la Transfobia (IDAHOT, por sus siglas en inglés). ¿Por qué debería importarnos el IDAHOT? Porque la orientación sexual e identidad de…

Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, Clifton Cortez |

Le 17 mai est l'occasion de célébrer la Journée internationale contre l’homophobie et la transphobie. Pourquoi s’intéresser à cette journée ? Parce que les questions d'orientation…

Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, Clifton Cortez |

Students at Beijing Bayi High School in China. Photo: World Bank In 1950, the average working-age person in the world had  almost three years of education, but in East Asia and Pacific (EAP), the…

Michael Crawford |