Duke Professor endows new fellowship for international policy leaders

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When Professor of the Practice Emeritus Francis Lethem first stepped onto Duke University’s campus, he did... Read More → Duke Professor endows new fellowship for international policy leaders

LGBTIQ+ Latin American policymakers stress the need for stronger political institutions, community activism

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As sexual and gender minorities in Latin America continue to press for increased legal rights, three key... Read More → LGBTIQ+ Latin American policymakers stress the need for stronger political institutions, community activism

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Duke Fellow Peter Barnes Elected Head of International Fiscal Association

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Peter Barnes, senior fellow at the Duke Center for International Development (DCID) and senior lecturing... Read More → Duke Fellow Peter Barnes Elected Head of International Fiscal Association

Maureen Moriarty Lempke Presents at European Forum for Urban Security

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Maureen Moriarty Lempke, Duke Center for International Development (DCID) senior fellow and adjunct professor... Read More → Maureen Moriarty Lempke Presents at European Forum for Urban Security

Roy Kelly Moderates 6th African Tax Research Network Congress

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Duke University Professor Roy Kelly moderated the “Tenets of a Successful Property Tax Reform for... Read More → Roy Kelly Moderates 6th African Tax Research Network Congress

Duke students graduate from executive education programs

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Six Master of International Development Policy (MIDP) fellows and a Duke Law student have gained new skills... Read More → Duke students graduate from executive education programs

MIDP Alumnus appointed to United Nations committee of tax experts

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Waziona Ligomeka, a 2011 graduate of Duke University’s Master of International Development Policy (MIDP)... Read More → MIDP Alumnus appointed to United Nations committee of tax experts

Duke political economist leads research on two new reports launched in Vietnam

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By April L. Raphiou  Halfway around the world, the expertise of a Duke University political economist was... Read More → Duke political economist leads research on two new reports launched in Vietnam

Violence in El Salvador declines in 2020, gang problems persist say panelists at Duke

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By: April L. Raphiou Thousands of Central Americans arriving at the U.S. border cite violence as the main... Read More → Violence in El Salvador declines in 2020, gang problems persist say panelists at Duke

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