The ‘plugging’ of infrastructure gaps through international finance can generate new problems for African cities as seen in Ethiopia, Nigeria and Uganda.
This blog explores whether the post-2008 period opened-up a new space for public development banking in emerging economies.
SPERI is delighted to report that Developing England’s North: The Political Economy of the Northern Powerhouse, edited by our deputy […]
Industrial policy needs to be rethought if it is to remain effective in promoting economic development in a highly globalised […]
Real and credible development in these countries means pursuing knowledge social economy visions that are genuinely autochthonous Focusing on India […]
Whether China liberalises politically, as the original ‘Asian Tigers’ did, or maintains its authoritarian approach is an issue with theoretical […]
The underlying political settlement within countries too often provides political elites with insufficient incentives to enact the institutional reforms needed […]
It’s time to open up a new debate about the potential gains offered by this longstanding and core concept in […]
Europe can learn lessons from China’s development and should agree a new common approach on trade Following the election of […]
We are pleased to publish this new SPERI Paper by Nicholas Jepson, Lecturer in International Development at the University of Manchester, […]