What is 'state fragility'?

What is 'state fragility'?

A new two-page brief by Suda Perera unpacks this loosely defined term and its pros and cons.

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Middle class attitudes to poverty in India

Middle class attitudes to poverty in India

What do Indian middle class attitudes to poverty tell us about the politics of poverty reduction? New research paper by Niheer Dasandi.

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Corruption: unpacking political will

Corruption: unpacking political will

A new paper by Heather Marquette and Caryn Peiffer, 'Corruption and Collective Action', suggests how different theories can together help us understand corruption and unpack the black box of political will.

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Training on fragility, statebuilding and peacebuilding

Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Senior DLP Research Fellow Alina Rocha Menocal leads a day of training in Basel this week as part of swisspeace's Certificate of Advanced Studies in Fragility, Conflict and Statebuilding.

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New book on Paying Bribes for Public Services

Friday 27th February 2015

This book, co-authored by DLP research fellow Caryn Peiffer, identifies significant differences in the payment of bribes between countries on every continent, and between services and between individuals within each country. It offers six principles to reduce the scale of bribery in public services.

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