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11.08.2013

Faculty members from DCID co-edited and contributed to a book that was recently lauded in the International Monetary Fund’s Public Financial Management Blog as “inarguably the most comprehensive PFM publication to date.” Philip Joyce of the University of Maryland’s School of Public Policy and...

10.31.2013

During the latest talk in the Professors and Practitioners in Conversation series, held Monday at the Sanford School of Public Policy, thought leaders discussed the blight of gender-based violence in South Africa and several initiatives that are underway to help combat it. The series is...

10.04.2013

Forty-two officers in the Indian Revenue Service celebrated their graduation from an intensive two-week program on international taxation and transfer pricing Wednesday, Oct. 2, at the University Club. The program is the third held this year for Indian Revenue Service officers. The first, held...

09.30.2013

On Thursday, Sept. 26, a panel of experts discussed how international NGOs are responding to changes in the complex environment in which they work. Pressure to produce results efficiently and effectively, increase transparency and accountability, and compete successfully for shrinking aid monies...

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