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Pathways to Development
This is a course that will provide participants the opportunity to learn the basic concepts of economic analysis, identify appropriate tools for economic analysis, use economic analysis on development projects and think critically about ongoing development projects.
January 05, 2015 - January 30, 2015
Business Models, Social Entrepreneurship, Innovation
Social entrepreneurs often neglect to operationalize essential business functions for their innovations. Not having a formal business model can prevent entrepreneurs from acquiring capital and maximizing the scale and impact of their efforts. This course will help social entrepreneurs formalize and validate their business models.
January 12, 2015 - February 07, 2015
Pathways to Development
The story of growth and poverty reduction is much debated in an ever changing world. The challenge in the 1960s was how to lift low-income countries from a low-growth trap to a reasonably high-growth path. Fifty years later, many fast-growing economies have emerged, but more than a hundred countries have been unable to move away from low-growth and high-poverty traps.
January 12, 2015 - February 06, 2015



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Tools to help practitioners mainstream climate risk management in development, as well as identify mitigation methodologies and options.

Currently cities generate about 1.3 billion tons of waste per year. Disposing of it - without harming the environment - becomes a major challenge.

Like summer’s satellite image of the melting Greenland ice sheet, a new report suggests time may be running out to temper the rising risks of climate change. 


Jobs are critical for reducing poverty and providing youth with a brighter future, says the World Development Report.