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The Duke Center for International Development (DCID) advances international development policy and practice worldwide through interdisciplinary approaches to graduate-level education, executive training, policy advising and research.

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The Master of International Development Policy (MIDP) is a flexible interdisciplinary program that transforms the effectiveness of mid-career professionals working in policy making and public service worldwide.

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Our short-term executive education programs give international development professionals the opportunity to hone their skills and share best practices with our faculty and other experienced practitioners from around the world.

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Our faculty has been actively engaged in applied public policy reforms in over 40 countries. These advising activities enable DCID to link teaching, training and research to practical international development challenges.

The Duke Center for International Development(DCID) advances international development policy and practice worldwide through interdisciplinary approaches to graduate-level education, executive training, policy advising and research.

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Lethem at IDEAS

Francis Lethem, professor of the practice emeritus and former DCID director, led a seminar at the Advanced School of the Institute of Developing Economies (IDEAS) in Japan from Jan... Explore this topic

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Now not the time for untried tax system, says Peter Barnes

In an op-ed published in The Hill, DCID Senior Fellow Peter Barnes concludes that there are better options on the table than the "destination-based cash flow tax," which has not... Explore this topic

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Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Programs

DCID is offering a new executive program in 2017 on Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Programs (M&EDP). The two-week program, which will be held June 11-23, will give... Explore this topic

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