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Shaping policy for development

Urbanisation in Asia - UN Photo/Kibae Park
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The Private Sector and Markets Programme aims to maximise the contribution of the private sector to development and to shape markets for sustainable and inclusive growth, through independent, cutting-edge research, advisory work and public-affairs activities.
Should the UK take its business to developing countries?
ODI Opinion

Smart aid is all about jobs, said Justine Greening in a speech at the London Stock Exchange this week. Alberto Lemma investigates whether and how the UK can incentivise more business partnerships in developing countries.

How to stay ahead in a low-carbon global economy
ODI Opinion

The shift to a low-carbon global economy is inevitable. Karen Ellis identifies ten key measures that will affect economic prospects in low-income countries in the new environment.

Tailoring youth entrepreneurship programmes
The Guardian and ODI Discussion paper

Investing in youth entrepreneurship has been widely promoted as a solution to youth unemployment, but is it working? Claudia Pompa's blog looks at how to have impact when there is little evidence of what works best, and a report discusses how to improve youth entrepreneurship support in different contexts.

How should donors engage with business?
ODI Opinion

William Smith explores some of the ways donors can engage with business for development, and presents the aims of ODI's Business-Development Exchange programme for AusAID.

Private Sector and Markets
The Private Sector and Markets Programme aims to maximise the contribution of the private sector to development and to shape markets for sustainable and inclusive growth, through independent, cutting-edge research, advisory work and public-affairs activities.
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