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Creating Wealth Without Labour? Emerging Contours of a New Techno-Economic Landscape

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19 Jun 2018

2018/05 – German Development Institute, Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE); Discussion Paper 11/2018; Author(s): Wilfried Lütkenhorst - Details

This discussion paper reviews the topical debate around the implications of innovative digital technologies for future patterns of competitiveness, employment, equality, the international division of labour and resource efficiency. It focusses on digital production technologies applied in the manufacturing sector and adopts a global economic perspective in a 10- to 15-year time horizon. The leading research questions are: How is the digital revolution likely to impact the future of industrialisation? How will it affect the relative positions of developed and developing countries in global competition? What are the implications for industrial policy?

The Developmental State in the 21st Century: Calling for a New Social Contract

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08 Aug 2017

2017/02 – German Development Institute, Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE); Discussion Paper 5/2017; Author(s): Giulio Regeni, Georgeta Vidican Auktor - Details

In this Discussion Paper we join a growing number of scholars to argue that changing global conditions call for a revital is ation of the debate on the role of the state in social and economic transformation in the 21st century. We focus on three main global challenges for economic development in the 21st century: climate change and environmental degradation; increased digital is ation (the increasingly ‘bit-driven’ economy); and changed policy space for individual states as a result of globalisation.

Africa and its partners: building alliances for sustainable development

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08 Feb 2017

DIE/GDI recently launched a new blog that discusses how on sustainable development and peace depend on economic and political developments in Africa.

DIE Comments on German Strategy for Sustainable Development Draft

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15 Aug 2016

The German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) has published a document (in German) analysing the strategy draft by the Federal Government of Germany.

Ninth International Dialogue on Water in Agriculture (1–2 June 2016, Bonn)

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04 Apr 2016

The event will have the topic “Public-Private Partnerships in irrigation: experiences, benefits and risks”. It is organised by DIE and IFAD.

EADI Members Invite Refugees to Join Activities

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11 Nov 2015

EADI members have announced invitations for refugees to take part in education, research and dialogue activities. Both organisations are based in Bonn: The German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) and the Department of Geography at the University of Bonn (GIUB).

We will update this article if other EADI members decide to join the initiatives.

Event: Three Steps to a Zero-Carbon Future

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28 May 2015

In her lecture, Marianne Fay, Chief Economist of the Climate Change Group at The World Bank and one of the authors of the Report, presents the main findings and recommendations. The report provides data, examples and policy advice to help put countries on a smooth path to decarbonizing their development.

A new partnership between China and Germany

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14 Oct 2014

The planned bilateral governmental consultations between China and Germany on 10 October will provide Germany’s Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, Gerd Müller, with an important opportunity to start a new phase of engagement. We argue that this event can be used to design a new development partnership.

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