Master Class: Oxford Department of International Development: Private Sector Governance of Global Supply Chains: Perspectives from the Mining Industry

"Conflict-Free Gold Standard: An introduction"

The World Gold Council

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“EITI: Factsheet”

“EITI: Factsheet”

Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

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Is There Room for Discretion? Reforming Public Procurement in a Compliance-Oriented World

Final Paper

Final Outline

Breakout: Brookings Institution: The Low Expectations Trap and the Challenge of Governance

"Well-being, Inequality, and Low Expectations Traps: Implications for Governance"

Carol Graham

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Brookings Paper: Social Protection in a Time of Globalization

“The Middle Class and Social Policy in a Time of Globalization”

“The Middle Class and Social Policy in a Time of Globalization”

Raj M. Desai and Homi Kharas

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Master Class: Oxford Department of International Development: Goal 16 and the Challenges of Long-term Displacement: How Refugees Can Contribute to Peace, Security and Governance

“Help Refugees Help Themselves: Let Syrians Access Labor Markets”
Alexander Betts and Paul Collier

“’Research in Brief: Refugee Economies”
Alexander Betts and Naohiko Omata

“Treat Refugees as a Development Issue”
Alexander Betts

”TED Talk: Our refugee system is failing. Here’s how we can fix it.”
Alexander Betts

Plenary: Translating Global Agreements into Impact for Displaced People

“In Search of Commitments: The 2016 Refugee Summits”

“In Search of Commitments: The 2016 Refugee Summits”

Elizabeth Ferris

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Rwanda and New Governance: A Case Study

Lessons from an Unlikely Source? New Governance and Rwanda, by Stacy-Ann Elvy and Tamara C. Belinfanti

Rwanda’s Anti-Corruption Policy

Rwanda Governance Advisory Council Report: Promoting Good Governance in Rwanda

East African Bribery Index (2013) – excerpt

Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index (2013)

Transparency International Global Corruption Barometer (2013) – excerpt

China’s Impact on African Economies and Governance

Summary

Governance and dev

Impact of China on African Governance

Master Class: Oxford Department of International Development: Success and Failure in Fighting Terror, Drugs and Migration

“Useful Enemies: When Waging Wars Is More Important than Winning them”
David Keen

“Europe’s Failed ‘Fight’ Against Irregular Migration: Ethnographic Notes on a Counterproductive Industry”
Ruben Andersson


Big Data: Threats and Opportunities for Advancing Democracy and Transparency

Reading list

Briefings on Recent Developments

London-Good Governance

Agrica Sustainability

Pamela D. Hartigan Master Class: Spotlight on Enterprise in Refugee and Migrant Crises Contexts

“Refugees turned entrepreneurs: ‘I needed to think about the future'”
Suzanne Bearne

“Refugee Innovation: Humanitarian Innovation that Starts with Communities”
Alexander Betts, Louise Bloom and Nina Weaver

“Refugee Economies: Rethinking Popular Assumptions”
Alexander Betts, Louise Bloom, Josiah Kaplan and Naohiko Omata

“Entrepreneurship and Migrants”
OECD

“Entrepreneurship, Transnationalism, and Development”
Alejandro Portes and Jessica Yiu

“Why Are Immigrants More Entrepreneurial?”
Peter Vandor and Nikolaus Franke

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