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1. Facilitating Environmental Migration through Humanitarian and Labour Pathways: Recommendations for the UK Government

2. How Can Multilateral Organizations Strengthen Global Data Governance Practices? Roundtable Summary

3. Effective Humanitarian Governance

4. Enabling US Government Participation in Pull Mechanisms for Social Impact Innovation: A Survey of Federal Authorities, Budgetary Barriers, and Potential Solutions

5. An Analysis of the Binding Constraints on Digital Financial Inclusion in India Using a Decision Tree Methodology

6. A Review of the 2X Women’s Initiative: Recommendations for the Biden-Harris Administration

7. Governing Big Tech’s Pursuit of the “Next Billion Users”

8. Why “Leapfrogging” in Frontier Markets Isn’t Working

9. The Limits of Accounting-Based Accountability in Education (and Far Beyond): Why More Accounting Will Rarely Solve Accountability Problems

10. Examining the Impact of E-Procurement in Ukraine

11. Digital Governance: Is Krishna a Glimpse of the Future?

12. Taxes: Price of Civilization or Tribute to Leviathan?

13. The Health Financing Transition: A Conceptual Framework and Empirical Evidence

14. How Has the Developing World Changed since the Late 1990s? A Dynamic and Multidimensional Taxonomy of Developing Countries

15. How Much Will Health Coverage Cost? Future Health Spending Scenarios in Brazil, Chile, and Mexico

16. To Charge or Not to Charge: Evidence from a Health Products Experiment in Uganda

17. The Political Economy of Bad Data: Evidence from African Survey Administrative Statistics

18. Can Results-Based Payments Reduce Corruption?

19. Social Capital and Disaster Recovery: Evidence from Sichuan Earthquake in 2008