This special issue, 'Health Care Policy, Resource Allocation and Financial Sustainability', aims to foster dialogue on the current state of health-care financing. It includes contributions from academic experts, health-care practitioners, and members of the broader stakeholder community.
Special Issue: Health Care Policy, Resource Allocation and Financial Sustainabil
Critical Perspectives on Human Mobility in Times of Crisis - This special issue looks at the ruptures, oppositions and insecurities in Western/Northern perspectives on human mobility and the West's claim to be a norm entrepreneur for rule of law, freedom and prosperity.
Special Issue: Critical Perspectives on Human Mobility in Times of Crisis

Urbanisation creates as many opportunities for societies as it does a gamut of challenges. Part of the GP-ORF free e-book series, 'Smart Cities Movement in BRICS', edited by Rumi Aijaz, documents the experiences of BRICS trying to make their cities smart and liveable. Please click the image to download the e-book.

The Global Policy Summer School 2017, 'Global Inequality and Development', is a five-day intensive short-course that brings together the latest thinking with innovative practice. The course is led by some of the world's leading researchers and practitioners in the field. Please click here to find out more about the programme.

Obama and the “Under-Reach/Over-Reach” Dilemma in American Grand Strategy Michael Clarke - 25 Apr 2017

Michael Clarke examines Obama's foreign policy legacy and Trump's grand strategy dilemma. Over the course of the tenure of...

Future Challenges of Data Governance and Implications for Japan: An Interview With GGF 2027 Fellow Reirui Ri Joel Sandhu - 25 Apr 2017

This interview was conducted by Joel Sandhu for the Global Governance Futures – Robert Bosch Foundation Multilateral Dialogues, which...

‘Peak Globalization’ and the Future of Democracy Banning Garrett - 24 Apr 2017

The world may be headed toward “peak globalization”. This shift could empower individuals and communities to strengthen...

Marine Le Pen, Donald Trump and the Emergence of New Right-Wing Movements Marcus Rolle and Alexandra Boutri - 24 Apr 2017

Brexit, the rise of Donald Trump and the emergence of a new right-wing radicalism in both Europe and the United States signify fundamental...

What are the Obstacles to Collaboration between NGOs and Academics? Duncan Green - 21 Apr 2017

Duncan Green explores the intersection between academic research and development practitioners. I wrote a chapter on the NGO-Academia...

Thatcher, Reagan and Robin Hood: A History of Wealth Inequality Andrew Newell - 21 Apr 2017

Persistently high rates of income or wealth inequality are bad for social cohesion, political inclusion and crime. The evidence for this...

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