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23 January 2015

Alan Shipman suggests that a lack of change in the bonus culture will prevent any increase in equity resulting from the Eurozone's Quantitative Easing programme.

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22 January 2015

Could emerging-economy farm machinery help poor farmers in Tanzania increase output and incomes? Andrew Agyei-Holmes examines the evidence.


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15 December 2014

Géraud de Ville reports on Pantanî Blog, a digital storytelling project which broadcasts indigenous stories and worldviews.

Richmond Atta-Ankomah
26 November 2014

Could low-cost technologies from China help reduce inequality in Kenya? Richmond Atta-Ankomah’s research suggests they might.


Rebecca Hanlin
6 November 2014

Rebecca Hanlin highlights the need to broaden the understanding of what innovation means, and to mainstream its teaching within education systems.


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29 October 2014

Five research projects present strong evidence that solutions delivered at a local level result in sustainable actions that protect the environment.

Monoploy money
22 October 2014

Jonquil Lowe argues that government, as well as peer-to-peer firms, should tread carefully before encouraging savers to take on more risk than we can bear.

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14 October 2014

A new study suggests policies to ensure the required market are crucial to the promotion of local production in small African countries.

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15 August 2014

Andrea Berardi argues that it's time indigenous communities were allowed to take control of the messages that are told about them.

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14 July 2014

Geoff Banda argues that if improvements to local health systems in Africa are to be long term, then security of supply must be addressed.