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Building a better future? Construction workers hard at work on a hotel complex on Bole Road, near Addis Ababa's Mescal Square, Ethiopia, Antony Robbins, May 2008
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ODI International Economic Development Group (IEDG) logo
The International Economic Development Group aims to influence events in the international arena that affect development. It achieves this by undertaking high quality innovative research in areas relevant to contemporary policy debates, and making the results accessible to opinion formers and policy makers.
Are sovereign bonds too risky for Africa?
ODI Briefing

Sovereign bonds are being used to fund big projects in sub-Saharan Africa. But they risk plunging nations into austerity.

The future of UK aid
Debate

The tough challenges facing UK development are explored in a new report. Four ODI experts share their thoughts – and we want your views.

China’s engagement with Africa
20 January 2014

What are the misconceptions, realities and unanswered questions around China’s role in African countries’ economic development? A panel of experts recently convened at ODI to reflect on this key question for development.

Can Africa sustain its growth?
This is Africa

What could be done to help sustain Africa’s growth through financial sector development? Dirk Willem te Velde sets out four key challenges for those in control of African economies in 2014.

International Economic Development Group
The International Economic Development Group aims to influence events in the international arena that affect development. It achieves this by undertaking high quality innovative research in areas relevant to contemporary policy debates, and making the results accessible to opinion formers and policy makers.
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