The Policymaker’s Trilemma

2021-11-05T09:50:54-04:00May 12, 2021|

By Abebe Aemro Selassie and Andrew Tiffin

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Imagine you’re a policymaker in sub-Saharan Africa. You’ve been charged with lifting your country out of the worst health crisis in living memory, and nobody around you knows when it will end—the second wave that gripped the region earlier in the year has eased, but many countries are nonetheless bracing for further waves as winter approaches. […]

Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals Will Require Extraordinary Effort by All

2021-06-03T11:36:51-04:00April 29, 2021|

by Dora Benedek, Edward Gemayel, Abdelhak Senhadji, and Alexander Tieman

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The pandemic’s impact on the world’s poor has been especially harsh. COVID-19 may have pushed about 100 million people into extreme poverty in 2020 alone, while the UN warns that in some regions poverty could rise to levels not seen in 30 years. The current crisis has derailed progress toward basic development goals, as low-income developing countries must now balance urgent spending to protect lives and livelihoods […]

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