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Beyond Lending Book Launch (Event)

In this video, CGD non-resident fellow Guillermo Perry launches his book "Beyond Lending," providing a timely reminder that multilateral development banks should move beyond lending to provide innovative risk-management tools for developing countries to manage volatility in pursuit of sustained growth.

Brain Drain or Gain (Event)

The World Bank's David McKenzie presents research on "brain drain" with remarks from CGD research fellow Michael Clemens.

Michael Clemens Presents New Ideas for Migration

The New Ideas in Development After the Financial Crisis Conference, sponsored by CGD and the Bernard L. Schwartz Forum on Constructive Capitalism, examined the implications of the global financial crisis on existing development strategies.

In this audio recording, CGD research fellow Michael Clemens presents his new ideas for migration.

Africa’s Private Sector Book Launch (Event)

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CGD Special Discussion with David Gergen on Obama's Global Development Policy (Event Video)

Director of the Center for Public Leadership at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, editor-at-large at U.S. News & World Report, and a senior political analyst for CNN, David Gergen joined CGD president Nancy Birdsall, and CGD senior fellows who authored essays in our recent book, The White House and the World: A Global Development Agenda for the Next U.S. President, for a lively discussion of the prospects for improved U.S. development policy under President Barack Obama.

Preventing Global Drug Resistance (Presentation)

 CGD Deputy Director of Global Health Rachel Nugent's working group on drug resistance aims to generate thinking about the magnitude and nature of the emergence and spread of drug resistance, and the implications of drug resistance for multiple stakeholders. 

Beyond Population (Event)

In this video, Dr. Joel E. Cohen, renowned demographer and a student of global demographic trends for nearly 40 years, launched CGD population series with an overview of global demographic trends.