BRIEFOil and Gas Local Content Development Strategy: The Keys to Success
This policy brief aims to identify common factors in successful local content strategies by comparing the experiences of countries that have achieved reasonable positive local content outcomes.
MULTIMEDIAINFOGRAPHIC: Why do Nigerians feel less safe than Salvadorians?
Based on a Comparative Evidence Paper, this infographic explores why Nigerians feel less safe in comparison to Salvadorians though they experience similar levels of crime.
MULTIMEDIAINFOGRAPHIC: Holding State Owned Enterprises Accountable
What are the main challenges we face when aiming to hold state owned enterprises accountable? How may we overcome them?
MULTIMEDIAINFOGRAPHIC: Maintenance of Collective Land Regimes Sustains Pastoral Livelihoods
Will sustaining pastoral production systems improve the livelihoods of pastoralist communities? This infographic is based on joint research on pastoralism and land tenure between Kenya and the andean altiplano.
MULTIMEDIAINFOGRAPHIC: Do informal labour markets promote or constrain inclusive growth?
This infographic explores the differences between informal labour markets in Colombia and South Africa and how different local contexts result in different types of informality and policy implications.
MULTIMEDIAINFOGRAPHIC: Oil and Gas Local Content: The Keys to Success
What are the keys to sucess on oil and aas local content initiatives? This infographic analizes LC examples in Africa and Latin America, and proposes a series of policy recommendations.
MULTIMEDIAINFOGRAPHIC: Implementing Domestic Violence Legislation
What are the componentes of a domestic violence legislation? What can we learn by comparing the cases of Mexico and Ghana?
COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE PAPERCommunity-Based Crime Prevention Practices in El Salvador and Nigeria: Understanding Communities’ Willingness to Act
This study seeks to answer why some communities who engage in community-based crime prevention practices are able to withstand high rates of crime and others are not through a comparative...
COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE PAPERWomen’s Political Representation as Key to Implementing Domestic Violence Laws: An Analysis of Ghana and Mexico
This paper argues that differing levels of gender institutionalisation Mexico and Ghana explain divergent outcomes in the implementation of domestic violence legislation in each country.
COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE PAPERRethinking the effect of informality on inclusive growth: lessons from Colombia and South Africa for their regions
This paper attempts to understand the nature of the impact that labour informality has on inclusive growth, by comparing the cases of Colombia and South Africa: two upper-middle income countries...