One Pager

The IPC-IG One-Pager is an extremely popular publication that seeks to  introduce readers to an idea or concept explored more in depth in a separate larger publication (i.e. Working Paper, journal article, book chapter, report  or project etc.). One pagers effectively allow for an introductory summary of a larger piece of work to be disseminated in an easier to consume format. A Series of One-Pagers are used to track larger works in progress serving as progress reports, or rather a series of publications covering a certain thematic area. more

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Title Author Type Issue Date
Can all Cash Transfers Reduce Inequality? Sergei Suarez Dillon Soares, Eduardo Zepeda One Pager 36 15/05/2007
The IMF and Constraints on Spending Aid David Goldsbrough One Pager 35 10/05/2007
Why Is Africa Constrained from Spending ODA? Terry McKinley One Pager 34 05/05/2007
MDG Targets: Misunderstood or Misconceived? Hamid Tabatabai One Pager 33 28/04/2007
Debating the Provision of Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: a Response to Nellis Kate Bayliss, Ben Fine One Pager 32 15/04/2007
Privatising Basic Utilities in Africa: a Rejoinder John Nellis One Pager 31 10/04/2007
The Gross Inequities of Global Imbalances Terry McKinley, Alex Izurieta One Pager 30 16/02/2007
Why Not ‘Front-load’ ODA for HIV/Aids? John Serieux , Terry McKinley One Pager 29 07/02/2007
MDGs: Misunderstood Targets? Jan Vandemoortele One Pager 28 17/01/2007
Has there been any Social Mobility for Non-Whites in Brazil? Rafael Guerreiro Osorio One Pager 27 10/01/2007