This paper from DfID reviews evidence of the economic impacts of developing "green infrastructure" in fragile states in regards to their opportunity costs vis-a-vis "non-green" infrastructure developments.
This report from DfID summarizes the literature’s findings on patterns of conflict, exclusion and livelihoods in the Sinai region.
This report from DfID offers a synthesis of the global evidence on delivering aid in highly insecure environments.
This paper from DfID offers an overview of the strengths and limitations in current empirical research on the measurement of state capacity.
Corporate Social Responsibility and Supply Agreements in the Private Sector: Decreasing Land and Climate Pressures
This report from DfID explores current private sector climate change mitigation activities in agriculture and food production and how they can improve.
This policy brief from DfID reviews understandings and misunderstandings about pastoral livelihoods in the Horn of Africa.
This paper analyzes Africa's new political landscape with the rise of BRICS economies, and the possible way forward for international partnerships and initiatives to better support African owned objectives and strategies.
This paper reflects on the experience of the Research Into Use (RIU) projects in Asia and suggestions for how to improve the fostering of innovation.
DFID's new evidence paper provides a synthesis of the global evidence on the impact of cash transfers in developing countries, and on what works in different contexts and for different development objectives.
UK Secretary of State for International Development Andrew Mitchell's July 2011 speech to the London School of Business looks at why trade, investment and business is growing in Africa.