This paper from the Climate & Development Knowledge Network considers some of the various drivers behind countries’ climate compatible development strategies and their incentives for engaging on this agenda.
Written by Serhan Cevik and Mohammad Rahmati, this report from the IMF critically examines the transition of post-conflict economies.
This brief from CMI assesses the impact of transitional justice mechanisms on peace and democracy.
This paper from the FAO discusses land and resource tenure issues in the Caribbean, and strategies to mitigate these pressing problems.
This paper from UNESCO analyzes the trends in the human security discussion using examples from Latin America and the Caribbean.
This working paper from UNU-WIDER analyzes the role of trade openness in affecting income inequality in Latin America.
Governance in State-Owned Enterprises Revisited: The Cases of Water and Electricity in Latin America and the Caribbean
This World Bank working paper takes a renewed look at governance issues in state owned enterprises in Latin America and the Caribbean, providing useful recommendations for improvement in the electricity and water sectors.
This document offers a brief overview of humanitarian assistance provided by USAID to Latin America and the Caribbean between 2000 and 2009.
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.
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