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1. Climate Finance Effectiveness: Six Challenging Trends

2. Estimating Japan’s Return on Investment from an Ambitious Program to Incentivize New Antibiotics

3. Estimating the UK's Return on Investment from an Ambitious Program to Incentivize New Antibiotics

4. Estimating the EU's Return on Investment from an Ambitious Program to Incentivize New Antibiotics

5. Estimating Canada’s Return on Investment from an Ambitious Program to Incentivize New Antibiotics

6. Economic Integration of Venezuelan Immigrants in Colombia: A Policy Roadmap

7. Operation Warp Speed, Encore: A Case for US Leadership to Drive Market-Based Global Health Innovation

8. An Ambitious USG Advanced Commitment for Subscription-Based Purchasing of Novel Antimicrobials and Its Expected Return on Investment

9. A Global Development Paradigm for a World in Crisis

10. Building a Portfolio of Pull Financing Mechanisms for Climate and Development

11. Pathways for Labor Migration from Northern Central America: Five Difficult but Necessary Proposals

12. Costing Healthcare Services Using Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing: A Simple Step-By-Step Guide for Data Collection and Analysis

13. Do Cash Transfers Deter Migration?

14. The ABCs of Sovereign Debt Relief

15. Reforming the World Bank and MDBs to Meet Shared Global Challenges

16. The Next Game Changers: A Priority Innovation Agenda for Global Health

17. Is There a Better Way to Use Global Reserves?

18. What’s the Best Way to Bolster the IMF’s Capacity to Lend to Low-Income Countries?

19. Why and How Development Agencies Facilitate Labor Migration

20. Healthier Firms for a Stronger Recovery: Policies to Support Business and Jobs in Latin America and the Caribbean

21. ABCs of the IFIs: The African Development Fund’s 16th Replenishment

22. Breakthrough to Policy Use: Reinvigorating Impact Evaluation for Global Development

23. Leveraging Knowledge Generation for Policy Impact: Recommendations for the World Bank

24. Mainstreaming Evidence Use through Locally Led Development: Recommendations for USAID

25. Breakthrough to Policy Use Reinvigorating Impact Evaluation for Global Development

26. The IMF, Africa, and Climate Change—Making Sense of an Implausible Trilogy

27. A Package of Reforms for Financing Pandemic Preparedness and Response for the G7

28. Let Them Eat Carbon

29. Assessment of Expenditure Choices by Low- and Low- Middle-Income Countries During the Pandemic and Their Impact on SDGs

30. The Future of the European Financial Architecture for Development

31. Girls’ Education and Women’s Equality: How to Get More out of the World’s Most Promising Investment

32. A Fund for Global Health Security and Pandemic Preparedness

33. COVID-19, Long-Term Care, and Migration in Asia

34. Responding to Afghanistan’s Humanitarian Crisis: The Potential Role of Digital Payments

35. ABCs of the IFIs: Understanding IDA20

36. Understanding the Cost-Effectiveness of COVID-19 Vaccination in Nigeria

37. Schooling for All: Feasible Strategies to Achieve Universal Education

38. Beyond India’s Lockdown: PMGKY Benefits During the COVID-19 Crisis and the State of Digital Payments

39. Recommendations for US-Africa Space Cooperation and Development

40. Development Effectiveness in the “New Normal”: What Do the Changing Roles and Purposes of ODA Mean for the Effectiveness Agenda?

41. East Asian Cities: Past Development and Onrushing Challenges

42. Social Protection in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons from South Africa

43. Domestic Revenue Mobilization and Debt Relief: The Lack of Any Link

44. Stuck Near Ten Billion: Public-Private Infrastructure Finance in Sub-Saharan Africa

45. Greening the US Sovereign Bond Guarantee Program: A Proposal to Boost Climate-Directed Sovereign Finance in Developing Countries

46. Country Platforms and Delivery of Global Public Goods

47. IDB COVID-19 Response Projects and Gender Integration

48. Prioritizing Public Spending on Health in Lower-Income Countries: The Role of the Global Financing Facility for Women, Children and Adolescents

49. Two Birds, One Budget: Using ODA for Influence and Development in the Indo-Pacific?

50. Strengthening Regional Policy Frameworks to Better Respond to Environmental Migration: Recommendations for the UK Government

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

52. Addressing the “Root Causes” of Irregular Migration from Central America: An Evidence Agenda for USAID

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

54. Who’s Responsible for Climate Change? New Evidence Based on Country-Level Estimates of Climate Debt

55. Mapping China’s Participation in Multilateral Development Institutions and Funds

56. Mapping China’s Multilateralism: A Data Survey of China’s Participation in Multilateral Development Institutions and Funds

57. Meeting the Global Health Challenge to Reduce Death and Disability from Alcohol, Tobacco, and Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption with Corrective Taxes

58. Navigating the Straits: Pull Financing for Climate and Development Outcomes

59. Translating Results-Based Financing from Theory to Operational Reality: Lessons from the Practical Application of RBF at the European Commission

60. How Do Humanitarian Donors Make Decisions, and What Is the Scope for Change?

61. Are Development Finance Institutions Good Value for Money?

62. Valuing Climate Liabilities: Calculating the Cost of Countries’ Historical Damage from Carbon Emissions to Inform Future Climate Finance Commitments

63. Some Unpleasant ODA Arithmetic

64. Effective Humanitarian Governance

65. A Pacific Skills Visa: Improving Opportunities for Skilled Migration Throughout the Pacific Region

66. Convergence, Development, and Energy-Intensive Infrastructure: Getting Africa to High-Income Status

67. Strengthening the Global Care Economy: A Roadmap for the Biden-Harris Administration

68. Rethinking Humanitarian Reform: What Will it Take to Truly Change the System?

69. The Commitment to Development Index 2021

70. Operationalizing Climate Adaptation at the US International Development Finance Corporation: The Case for an Agriculture-Led Agenda in Low-Income Countries

71. How Effectively Is the Asian Development Bank Responding to COVID-19? An Early Assessment

72. The Case for Transparency in Power Project Contracts: A Proposal for the Creation of Global Disclosure Standards and PPA Watch

73. A Review of Multilateral Development Banks’ Investments in Childcare

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

75. Do Evolving Digital Trade Rules Create an Uneven Playing Field? Understanding Global Perspectives

76. Are Current Models of Data Protection Fit for Purpose? Understanding the Consequences for Economic Development

77. Binding Constraints on Digital Financial Inclusion in Indonesia: An Analysis Using the Decision Tree Approach

78. Exploring How the US International Development Finance Corporation Can Support Health Sector Investments: Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?

79. Why Europe Should Build Legal Migration Pathways with Nigeria

80. Expanding Legal Migration Pathways from Nigeria to Europe: From Brain Drain to Brain Gain

81. Identifying Binding Constraints on Digital Payment Services in Ethiopia: An Application of a Decision Tree Framework

82. Financing the Humanitarian Public Good: Towards a More Effective Humanitarian Financing Model

83. A Decision Tree for Digital Payment Services: The Case of Mexico

84. Searching for the Binding Constraint to Digital Financial Inclusion in Pakistan: A Decision Tree Approach

85. Improving Performance in the Multilateral Humanitarian System: New Models of Donorship

86. A Path to Resiliency: Mitigating the Impacts of COVID-19 on Essential Medicines Supply Chains

87. Ethical Recruitment of Health Workers: Using Bilateral Cooperation to Fulfill the World Health Organization’s Global Code of Practice

88. The Quality of Official Development Assistance

89. Incentivising Investment in Human Capital through the European Fund for Sustainable Development

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

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

92. Unpacking Gender Gaps and Data Gaps in Public Sector Employment and Pay

93. Addressing the COVID-19 Crisis’s Indirect Health Impacts for Women and Girls

94. Promoting Women’s Economic Empowerment in the COVID-19 Context

95. The Gendered Dimensions of Social Protection in the COVID-19 Context

96. How Do Development Agencies Support Climate Action?

97. Gender Gaps in Education: The Long View

98. Creating an Accountability Framework that Serves the Global Fragility Act’s Mission

99. Constraints to Enhanced Revenue Mobilization and Spending Quality in Kenya

100. Senegal: Making Domestic Resource Mobilization Work to Sustain Growth and Improve Service Delivery