November 2, 2020|
By Jonathan Griffin, DCID Communications Assistant Photo: Wilson Center Rachel Schmidtke (MIDP ‘18)...
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September 29, 2020|
Logioco says anyone concerned about economic and social welfare, democratic governance, and conflict...
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August 25, 2020|
By Juliette O’Quinn MIDP candidate and Fulbright Scholar Diana Ramírez Guzmán has one piece of advice...
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July 2, 2020|
Over the past decade, the Brazilian federal government has offered a negative collective incentive to reduce...
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Protected areas (PAs) are a widely used strategy for conserving forests and ecosystem services. When PAs...
Read More → What Drives the Erasure of Protected Areas? Evidence from across the Brazilian Amazon
May 1, 2020|
DCID’s Fernando Fernholz and a team of researchers and advisors from Duke and the World Bank just...
Read More → DCID Wraps Caribbean Climate Change Capacity Project
April 13, 2020|
Digital youth empowerment platform – COVID-19 ChatBot in Guatemala Thousands of Young people in...
Read More → MIDP Alum Launches COVID-19 ChatBot
April 7, 2020|
This post originally appeared on the Sanford School of Public Policy Alumna Profile: A Lawyer Fighting...
Read More → Alumna Profile: Susana Garcia Garcia
March 19, 2020|
We often have the joy of hearing from our alumni months or years after they’ve left Duke to pursue the...
Read More → Greetings from the Deep South
December 27, 2019|
Faculty evaluated economic and fiscal policies with a special focus on the existing tax system and tax...
Read More → Tax System Review in Haiti
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