Overseas Development Institute
This working paper reviews the evidence on growth, economic activity and livelihoods in fragile and conflict-affected situations with the aim of identifying key findings, pinpointing specific weaknesses in the literature and shedding light on the nature and composition of the evidence base.
This paper used budget documents from five sub-Saharan African countries (Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique and Uganda) to analyse to examine actual expenditure in six key sectors central to social and economic development: social protection, health, education, water and sanitation, agriculture and infrastructure.
This paper seeks to provide some guidance on key questions to address in measuring the impact of value chain interventions in tourism, and the extent to which information needs differ for diagnostics, baselines, and monitoring.
This paper focuses on the political economy challenges to making growth policies pro-poor.
This Briefing Paper provides an introduction to pro-poor growth.
This paper seeks to provide an introduction to current debates on what makes Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) the poorest region in the world and what can be done to deliver the sustainable and broad-based economic growth required to address this.
The objective of this paper is to outline how Aid for Trade can support developing countries to maximise the inclusive growth and poverty reduction impacts of trade.
This report documents the findings of a study looking at the application of political economy analysis to humanitarian programming in complex environments.