"Change can be measured, the reasons for it cannot" - Interview

Scholz, Imme
External Publications (2018)

in: D+C: Development and Cooperation 9/2018, 36-38

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Imme Scholz, deputy director of the German Development Institute (Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik – DIE), was involved in the Delphi study as one of several experts (see box page 38). The mission was to identify global trends that will be important for development policy through to 2032. The study was conducted on behalf of Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ ). In our interview, Scholz talked about how development successes are linked to development cooperation. She also considered how these matters are perceived by policymakers and the general public.

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Scholz, Imme

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