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Hilbrich, Sören / Jakob Schwab (2018)
Discussion Paper, 13/2018
The G20 as an important institution of global governance faces a legitimacy deficit, that can partially be addressed by increasing its accountability. In this paper, we analyse the accountability mechanisms that are employed by the G20 and discuss the challenges that the 2030 Agenda poses to them.
The text sums up the author’s insights as former staff member responsible for the Managing Global Governance (MGG) Programme, which is implemented by DIE. MGG has enhanced transnational knowledge cooperation for global sustainable development through capacity building, research and policy dialogue.
The paper addresses key technological trends in the digitalization of industrial production and their impact on employment, equality, productivity, global value chains and resource efficiency. It also reviews the implications for industrial policy and the measures taken in several countries.
Does decentralization benefit river basin management or does it create competition among subnational administrations and river basin organizations in Mongolia? An assessment of the responsibilities and the financial resources available to entities charged with river basin management provides answers.
Dick, Eva / Benjamin Schraven (2018)
Discussion Paper, 9/2018
In international policies, regional migration regimes in Africa and elsewhere are becoming acknowledged political players. However, little is known about their features and actual performance. Introducing a framework of analysis for regional migration governance this paper addresses this gap.
The use of more evidence as an instrument for achieving higher impact in international development cooperation is a major topic in current discussions. In this discussion paper, Paul Marschall analyses how evidence is provided by different actors and used in policymaking in this field, including an assessment of its role in future and potential.
The paper analyzes coordination in the United Nation’s development system: How well do the UN’s on average 18 entities per country work together? What impedes a better coordination? The paper concludes that the UN’s weaknesses are also attributable to how member states chose to deal with the UN.
The Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP) is the EU’s main thematic instrument to fund assistance in conflict prevention and peacebuilding. This paper provides an in-depth analysis of the IcSP and discusses its relevance for the EU’s approach to the security-development nexus.
Germany’s annual aid to MENA countries more than doubled since 2011, but without a public strategy setting out objectives and the role of aid and other policy tools in achieving them. A whole of government strategy based on the 2030 Agenda could balance German interests with the MENA’s development priorities.
Evidence-based allocation is getting more and more attention in the donor community. It is an innovative tool to ensure effectiveness, measurability and transparency. In this discussion paper Anna Minasyan evaluates evidence-based approaches in Global Health and outlines lessons learned for Germany.