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Ndiame Diop
Ndiame Diop from Senegal is the World Bank lead economist for Indonesia. >Innovators >People
Why Is Reducing Energy Subsidies a Prudent, Fair, and Transformative Policy for Indonesia?   Publication
Ndiame Diop 04/10/14
With energy subsidies taking a big chunk out of Indonesia's budget, the time is right to roll them back and pay for vital services like infrastructure and health instead. >Ideas >Policy Library
Economic Policy Institute
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Robert J. Shiller
Robert J. Shiller is the Arthur M. Okun Professor of Economics, Department of Economics and Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, and Professor of Finance and Fellow at the International Center for Finance, Yale School of Management. >Innovators >People
Michael Doyle
Michael W. Doyle is director of the Columbia Global Initiative and Harold Brown Professor of International Affairs, Law, and Political Science at Columbia University. >Innovators >People
Make Eliminating Extreme Inequality a Sustainable Development Goal  
Joseph Stiglitz, Michael Doyle 03/20/14
Eliminate extreme inequality at the national level in every country. This idea should be included in the world's development goals. >Ideas >Innovations
Balkrishna Rao
Balkrishna C. Rao is a faculty member in engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras. >Innovators >People
New Growth Models   Publication
02/27/14
New growth models will take time to develop. They will require shifts and innovations in policies, changes in values, and new coalitions to accomplish complex transitions. >Ideas >Policy Library
Working for the Few: Political Capture and Economic Inequality   Publication
02/14/14
Left unchecked, the corrosive effects of inequality lead to opportunity capture where the lowest tax rates, best education, and best healthcare are claimed by the rich. >Ideas >Policy Library
Carne Ross
Carne Ross, former UN diplomat, is the founder and Executive Director of Independent Diplomat. >Innovators >People
Ethics in Finance: Robin Cosgrove Prize 2012–2013   Publication
12/19/13
Check out these 11 great essays nominated for the 2012-2013 Robin Cosgrove Prize for Ethics in Finance. LIBOR, social impact, do no harm, sustainability strategies, and more. >Ideas >Policy Library
Poverty Is Never Just One Problem at a Time   Transcript
Prahlad Shekhawat 11/25/13
Only a multidimensional approach can determine who is poor, how they are poor, and which deprivations they experience simultaneously. Indian policymakers need these details. >Ideas >Commentary
Forging India's New CSR Mandate   Transcript
Raji Ajwani-Ramchandani 11/15/13
India may become the first country to enact compulsory spending on corporate social responsibility, but is it taking the right approach? >Ideas >Commentary
AidEx
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Stop Subsidizing Climate Change   Transcript
Kevin Watkins 11/06/13
The inconsistencies between climate goals and energy policies are stark. Eliminating fossil-fuel subsidies would be one step in the right direction. >Ideas >Commentary
Mud People and Super Farmers   Publication
G. Pascal Zachary 10/03/13
In Africa, where land is relatively plentiful, property rights appear to be a solution looking for a problem. G. Pascal Zachary tells two tales of land-use improvisation in Uganda. >Ideas >Briefings
An Education Investment Bank to Finance Quality School for All  
Carol Bellamy, Philippe Douste-Blazy, Robert Filipp 10/02/13
An education investment bank, capitalized in part by a financial-transactions tax, could extend high-quality schooling to all the world's children. >Ideas >Innovations
Peace Pays for Itself   Transcript
Steve Killelea 10/01/13
The global economic impact of violence in 2012 was estimated to be $9.5 trillion. Governments need a way to account for and recuperate these unproductive expenditures. >Ideas >Commentary
Steve Killelea
Steve Killelea is founder and executive chairman of the Institute for Economics and Peace, producers of the Global Peace Index. >Innovators >People
Institute for Economics and Peace
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