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The Center for Global Development works to reduce global poverty and improve lives through innovative economic research that drives better policy and practice by the world’s top decision makers. We focus on the intersection of developing countries and the governments, institutions, and corporations that can help them deliver greater progress.
The Center for Global Development (CGD) is a nonprofit think tank based in Washington, D.C., and London that focuses on international development. History [ edit ] It was founded in November 2001 by former senior U.S. official Edward W. Scott , director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics , C. Fred Bergsten , and Nancy Birdsall .
The Center for Global Development works to reduce global poverty and improve lives through innovative economic research that drives better policy and practice by the world's top decision makers. We generate new ideas, actionable policy proposals, and independent research, and spark critical global development conversations. ...
Climate, Energy and Environment. Commitment to Development Index. Education. European Development Policy. Financial Inclusion and Regulation. Gender and Equality. Global Health Policy. Measuring Development Effectiveness. Migration, Displacement and Humanitarian Policy.
The Center for Global Development (CGD) is an independent, nonpartisan "think-and-do tank" that works to reduce poverty in developing countries. We do this by producing high-quality research and practical, evidence-based policy recommendations that inform the practices and policies of developed countries, major private sector actors, and global institutions.
This report was written by Julia Kaufman, Amanda Glassman, Ruth Levine, and Janeen Madan Keller and is a product of the Center for Global Development. Amanda Glassman and Ruth Levine served as co-chairs of the working group. The report’s content is based on the deliberations and input from working group members, background research, and ...