Growth & Employment

Growth & Employment

Aid can help countries generate more growth and employment, but what are the channels that work best for growth? How can aid help improve the livelihoods of the poorest people, improve the opportunities for women in the labour market, and provide more employment for young people? 

Punching metal, © John Hogg/World Bank

Sam Jones', Research Associate of UNU-WIDER, giving a presentation on 'Unpacking the impact of aid – how does aid work?' at the Aid, Growth and Mac...

Sam Jones, Research Associate, UNU-WIDER
Punching metal, © John Hogg/World Bank

Channing Arndt, Professor, University of Copenhagen and UNU-WIDER, giving a presentation on 'What is the aggregate impact of aid on growth?' at the...

Channing Arndt, Professor, University of
Punching metal, © John Hogg/World Bank

Finn Tarp, Director, UNU-WIDER, opens the seminar with an introduction to the topic of 'Aid, Growth and Macroeconomic Management' at the Aid, Growt...

Finn Tarp, Director, UNU-WIDER
Forest, © UN Photo/Kibae Park

How will the economic crisis affect foreign aid, and can the global economy recover without worsening the food and climate crises?

UNU-WIDER / Aug 2012
Houses, Morocco, © Scott Wallace / World Bank

What are the long and short term determinants of aid supply, and how does aid supply vary between countries and over time?

UNU-WIDER / Oct 2012
Vegetables, © UN Photo/Evan Schneider

How can foreign assistance help to promote important structural changes in the economies of Africa?

UNU-WIDER / Aug 2012

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