Actualités de la recherche

13 décembre 2017

Can data technology revolutionise humanitarian action?

For Prof. Taithe, enthusiasm for the data is vastly outstripped by the capacity to meaningfully analyse it.

13 décembre 2017

Liliana Andonova on global public-private partnerships

Her latest book explains the nature of this institutional change in international relations.

12 décembre 2017

Is there space for more international (health) law?

Prof. Burci looks at the various legal framings of health and at what health stands for.

11 décembre 2017

How not to waste a garbage crisis in Bengaluru

Prof. Randeria presents a special issue of International Development Policy.

07 décembre 2017

Understanding and improving the role of central banks in developing...

The Bilateral Assistance for Capacity Building for Central Banks (BCC) programme, headed by Professor Cédric Tille, was awarded another five-year grant to continue its work with central banks from abroad....

07 décembre 2017

PhD on World Bank development interventions in Ethiopia

Dr Surafel sheds a critical light on some elements of post-development theory.

07 décembre 2017

Where does ISIS go from here?

Prof. Mahmoud Mohamedou’s latest book reveals how ISIS’s future will emerge from Western metropolises.

05 décembre 2017

Portrait of Cyrus Schayegh

Before joining the Graduate Institute’s Department of International History last September, Cyrus Schayegh had been Associate Professor at Princeton University and, from 2005 to 2008, Assistant Professor...

28 novembre 2017

A note on the economics of philanthropy

Ugo Panizza and Nathalie Monnet review the literature, trends and “dark side” of the field.

28 novembre 2017

Leon Estabrook and the First World Agricultural Census of 1930

Prof. Ribi Forclaz provides the first history of a new and ambitious attempt at producing knowledge on agriculture.