In this paper from UNU-WIDER, Muhammad Badiuzzaman and his colleagues analyze rural household livelihood and children’s school enrolment decisions in a post-conflict setting in the Chittagong Hill Tracts region of Bangladesh.
This policy review from UNU-WIDER discusses the vanguard of research into the impacts of climate change on economic development.
This report offers a cumulative picture of Oxfam’s Enterprise Development Program (EDP) over the last four years.
In this report from the International Food Policy Reseearch Institute & The Asian Development Bank, Thomas Reardon and co-authors offer a strategy for feeding the estimated nine billion people in the world by 2050, particurarly in Asia where two-thirds of the world's malnourished live.
Women entrepreneurs around the world need access to finance, markets, and peer networks, whether they are in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, or the United States. In this article, three panelists from CIPE’s Democracy that Delivers for Women conference discuss their experiences with women entrepreneurs in those countries, highlighting opportunities, challenges, and resources.
This book is about local realities, and about the urgent need to develop poverty-reducing strategies informed by the lives and experiences of millions of poor people in communities around the world.
The primary objective of this research is to propose a negotiation framework for favorable multilateral and regional trading arrangements from the perspective of economic justice for the poor and marginalized vis-à-vis economic development agenda of the government.
Natural Disasters and Remittances Exploring the Linkages between Poverty, Gender, and Disaster Vulnerability in Caribbean SIDS
This UNU-WIDER report examines the value of remittances and their effects in natural disaster stricken Caribbean countries.
This study analyzes the links between the concept of environmental security, the impact of rights regimes governing natural resources in South Asia, and the degree to which rights to natural resources—or the lack of them—are a factor in generating and mitigating conflict.