Research and Policy Advice

The German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) is one of the leading Think Tanks for development policy world-wide. DIE draws together the knowledge of development research available worldwide, dedicating its work to key issues facing the future of international cooperation. DIE’s research is theory-based, empirically backed, and application-oriented. The policy advice and consulting services DIE provides are bearing on the framework conditions of development policy, including issues concerned with world economic policy, foreign policy, and security policy.

The research staff is involved in numerous international renowned research projects and contributes to policy networks. Their research and publications focus on practice-oriented research and is divided into seven research fields, which are organised in six departments and inter-departmental research areas. 

Directors

Bi- and Multilateral Development Cooperation

Sustainable Economic and Social Development

Governance, Statehood, Security

Environmental Policy and Management of Natural Resources

World Economy and Development Financing

Current Publications

When and how can foreign aid slow migration?

Martin-Shields, Charles / Steffen Angenendt / Benjamin Schraven
Externe Publikationen of 14 December 2017

Die ökonomischen Auswirkungen von EU-Freihandelsabkommen auf Entwicklungsländer

Brandi, Clara
Externe Publikationen of 14 December 2017

Peacekeeping's digital economy: the role of communication technologies in post-conflict economic growth

Martin-Shields, Charles P. / Nicholas Bodanac
Externe Publikationen of 14 December 2017