Economic growth

UNU research provides guidance for navigating the changing geo-economic landscape while more effectively monitoring and evaluating economic progress and its social impacts. Our work in Africa, for example, is helping establish robust information systems to monitor and evaluate economic progress and its social impacts, thereby helping planners to transform skewed development into opportunities for sustainable livelihoods.

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Announcement

Enrolment Open — Decent Work and Economic Growth: Achieving SDG 8

This new online course provides research insights that support policymaking towards the achievement of SDG 8.

25 Aug 2023

Blog Post

What Could a Successful Summit of the Future Look Like in 2024?

Defining broad criteria for a Summit that builds greater trust and reduces acute risks.

24 Aug 2023

Blog Post

Financial Inclusion is Key to Reducing Haiti’s Vulnerability to Modern Slavery

For World Day Against Trafficking in Persons we explore how financial inclusion can be strengthened to protect vulnerable Haitians from exploitation.

28 Jul 2023

Project

A Breakthrough for People and Planet

Building Momentum for the Summit of the Future and Beyond.

24 Jul 2023

News

UNU-WIDER Launches new World Income Inequality Database Explorer

The World Income Inequality Database (WIID), hosted and maintained by UNU-WIDER for more than 20 years, is now accessible via a new WIID Explorer.

27 Jun 2023

Seminar

The Direction of Innovation: Insights from the World Intellectual Property Report 2022

HYBRID: UNU-MERIT will host a research seminar with Dr. Intan Hamdan-Livramento of the World Intellectual Property Organization.

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Conference

Revving Up Revenue for Development – The Role of Domestic Resource Mobilization

OSLO: The WIDER Development Conference on the role of domestic revenue mobilization in development takes place in during 6-8 September, 2023.

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Training

Second UGAMOD Retreat

KAMPALA: UNU-WIDER will host a training event on UGAMOD, the tax-benefit microsimulation model for Uganda, as a five-day research retreat.

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