More Publications from FES New York

Bhorat, Haroon; Asmal, Zaakhir; Allen, Caitlin

Growth and structural change

Implications for income inequality in developing countries
Berlin, 2020

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Torres, Héctor Rogelio

International institutional architecture

Could it be saved?
New, 2020

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Zattler, Jürgen K.

Wachsende Ungleichheit

Was bedeutet diese für die Politik der Weltbank?
Berlin,, 2020

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Abdulraʿuf, Muttaqa Yushaʿu

Strong labor market institutions

For decent work and greater inclusion
New, 2020

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Zattler, Jürgen K.

Rising inequality

What are the implications for policymaking at the World Bank?
New, 2020

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UN in focus

newsbrief
New, 2019

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Garroway, Christohper; Carpentier, Chantal Line

Why are we behind on SDG finance and what can we do about it?

Christohper Garroway, Chantal Line Carpentier. - Berlin ; New York : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Global Policy and Development ; Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung New York Office, September 2019<
New, 2019

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Reinhardt, Dieter

A global common good

Improving financing for UN humanitarian aid
New, 2019

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Reinhardt, Dieter

Finanzierung der humanitären UN-Hilfe

Konflikt zwischen Partikularinteressen und Global-Common-Politik
Berlin, 2019

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Kane, Angela

Between aspiration and reality

Treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons
Berlin, 2019

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