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Innovative Fellowship Programme: Assessing EIB’s Impact Finance in Africa

9 October, 2017 | The European Investment Bank (EIB), in partnership with GDN, has launched a one-year fellowship for researchers from sub-Saharan Africa with a workshop at the EIB headquarters.

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To Govern and to Serve: A New Book

15 June, 2017 | GDN and the Peru-based Group for the Analysis of Development (GRADE) co-hosted the launch of the new book, 'Improving Access and Quality of Public Services in Latin America: To Govern and to Serve' at the GRADE offices in Barranco, Lima on June 15, 2017.

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How Can Japanese Kaizen Lead to Development?

24 August, 2016 | GDN is pleased to launch a new researach initiative with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Research Institute to document how the Japanese managerial philosophy of Kaizen performs. If adopted as a managerial guiding principle, Kaizen is said to lead to industrial growth and to development within both public and private sectors.

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New Global Research to Question Aid Effectiveness in Africa

August 8, 2016 | GDN has launched a new call for expressions of interest in studying the effectiveness of international aid in Africa. Early career researchers from developing countries will compete to win four grants of $24,000, to fund institutional, comparative, cross-country research efforts looking at why (and why not), and how aid works in sub-Saharan Africa.

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