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Ndiame Diop
Ndiame Diop from Senegal is the World Bank lead economist for Indonesia. >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
Forced Evictions Defeat the Spirit of Big Sporting Events   Transcript
Priscila Néri 03/19/14
The evicted residents of Rio demand to be included in the benefits and the legacies of big tournaments like the World Cup and Olympics. >Ideas >Commentary
U.S.-China Cooperation and Planetary Resurgence   Transcript
James Hansen 02/24/14
Agreement by China and the United States on rising internal carbon fees would be a planetary turning point, opening the door to global ascendancy of clean energies. >Ideas >Commentary
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
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
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
The Right Social Policies Can Promote Intergenerational Ethics  
Jan Hofmeyer 09/06/13
A new study by Bertelsmann Foundation analyzes fairness between the young and the old, and provides policy solutions for governments in aging societies. >Ideas >Innovations
Innovation and the City: Part 2   Publication
08/05/13
As cities generate new solutions to a wide variety of vexing problems, sharing information about what works and what doesn't has become more important than ever. >Ideas >Policy Library
The Next Social Contract  
Kemal Dervis 07/19/13
A radical reassessment of work, skill formation, retirement, and leisure is needed to cope with aging societies and evolving technologies. >Ideas >Innovations
The Right Green Industrial Policy  
Dani Rodrik 07/11/13
Intelligent industrial policy should recognize errors and revise strategies accordingly. In the context of green growth, efforts to boost domestic industries can be globally desirable. >Ideas >Innovations
China's Ecological Pivot   Publication
Roy Morrison 07/02/13
The World Cultural Forum held this spring in Hangzhou witnessed what may be an epochal pivot by the Chinese leadership toward an ecological future. >Ideas >Briefings
Solar Trade Wars Threaten the Climate Fight   Publication
Martin Khor 06/07/13
Can countries along the solar supply chain coordinate their domestic subsidies before a trade war erupts that would be bad for business and the environment? >Ideas >Briefings
What the World Bank Does Not Understand About "Doing Business"   Transcript
Seth Kaplan 06/03/13
The World Bank's research on Doing Business fails to focus on the obstacles that matter most to entrepreneurs in emerging markets. >Ideas >Commentary
Innovation in Development Finance  
Jomo K. S. 04/19/13
Over the last six years, roughly $6 billion has been allotted to innovative sources of development financing, and some recent proposals promise to raise far more. >Ideas >Innovations
Global Norms as Public Goods   Publication
Hakan Altinay 04/09/13
Global interdependence demands that we nurture trust, strengthen the fragile fabric of global norms, and forge a sense of global civics. >Ideas >Policy Library
Tomas Sedlacek
Tomas Sedlacek is chief macroeconomic strategist at CSOB, one of the largest Czech banks. He previously served on the National Economic Council in Prague and as economic advisor to President Vaclav Havel. >Innovators >People
Fighting the Resource Curse through Cash Transfers  
Todd Moss 11/26/12
Through a system of transparency, dividends, and taxation called Oil to Cash, Todd Moss of the Center for Global Development proposes a democratic solution to the resource curse. >Ideas >Video
Fostering Social Entrepreneurship in the New Tunisia  
Ivan Pinto, Dinara Rafikova 11/21/12
With educated youth and a nation awakening to its social and political needs, the time is ripe for social entrepreneurs to flourish in post-revolutionary Tunisia. >Ideas >Innovations
How the Internet Will Transform Government (Eventually)  
Clay Shirky 09/25/12
Open-source programming will reform our political processes, but it won't happen automatically: The people experimenting with participation don't yet have legislative power, and the people with power are not experimenting with participation. >Ideas >Video

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