Policies, Institutions, and Progress for Global Inclusive Development

Under this topic, research is directed towards the following questions: How can the international community reconnect and reboot global inclusive development (GID), through both existing and new international, national, regional, and sub-regional institutions? Which policy ideas might help reduce inequality and generate shared prosperity? How can civil society players cooperate with state institutions and markets?
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