For two decades, the World Bank has classified countries as low-, middle- or high-income based on Gross National Income (GNI) per capita. As a standardised and simple proxy for factors such as wealth, the capacity of governments to provide services to their citizens, and national levels of development, GNI has been an influential yardstick to […]
Downloads of the the Index Report, Data Portal and other documents relating to the 2016 Ibrahim Index of African Governance are available below. The Mo Ibrahim Foundation (MIF) is committed to making data on the quality of governance in Africa freely available and accessible to all citizens of the continent and interested stakeholders. We welcome and […]
The International Development Conference (IDC) is the longest graduate student-run conference at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Conférence plénière de la session 2015 des Semaines sociales de France “Religions et cultures, ressources pour imaginer le monde”. Retranscription du panel