Links I Liked

October 24, 2022

     By Duncan Green     

I grew up in Bath. This is how we protest there….

Heads up. I’m giving the 1st Sussex Development Lecture of 2022 on Wednesday (4-5.30). Title? “Imagine there’s no money, it’s easy if you try: what could global solidarities look like beyond the big cheque?” Register in person/online here.

Is liberal democracy essential to human development? Good piece from Branko Milanovic, but misses OPHI’s work on turning Amartya Sen’s thinking into the Multidimensional Poverty Index

Twitter is the least credible way to communicate your research findings, but if you do, attaching the best graphics is the best way to convince people that you know what you’re on about.

A little girl, a sword, and the most amazing ending

Theory of change/strategic planning v reality? (warning, involves violence)

‘Countries on the African continent spend on average $4.50 per capita on elections, compared to $4 in North America, Europe, and Australasia. The world average is $2.10 per person.’

How Europe’s borders have changed over the last 1000 years

Done it, got to the end without mentioning British politics!

October 24, 2022
Duncan Green