The German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS) publishes four independent publication series. IDOS researchers publish their current research results in Discussion Papers, Policy Briefs and Studies. Visiting scholars and cooperation partners also have the opportunity to publish their research results in one of the IDOS series. Publications from the series Analysen und Stellungnahmen, Briefing Paper and Two-Pager / Zweiseiter, which will be discontinued in 2022, will continue to be available online. The fourth publication series is for opinion pieces: The Current Column regularly comments on the latest developments and issues in international development policy.
IDOS researchers also regularly publish their research results in peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed German and international journals and publication series of other research institutes and institutions as well as with renowned book publishers. In addition, they use blogs and online platforms of partner institutions to communicate the Institute's research and advisory activities to an interested public.
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The OECD/G20’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project aims to reduce harmful tax avoidance. This policy brief evaluates the achievements and remaining challenges of the BEPS project to mobilise more domestic revenues, in particular in low- and middle-income countries.
Brandi, Clara / Kateryna Holzer / Jean-Frédéric Morin / Harro van Asselt / Katharina Weber (2023)
Given the urgency of the climate crisis, using the toolbox of trade policies to help tackle climate change should be a priority. The Trade Day at COP28 also underlines the growing interest in trade and climate interlinkages.
Embracing sustainable finance taxonomies – potential to facilitate investments in sustainable economic activities. This Policy Brief presents recommendations for a successful introduction of sustainable taxonomies based on research conducted in South Africa.
Faus Onbargi, Alexia / Aparajita Banerjee / Susan S. Ekoh (2023)
The Current Column, 29 November 2023
A Just Transition will indeed require accelerating the global just energy transition, but will also require operationalising the Loss and Damage Fund agreed upon at COP27 in Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt, and potentiating gender-responsive climate action and finance.
Combining a national panel data set on social cohesion from Afrobarometer with urbanisation and other socioeconomic data from world development indicators, the study shows that urbanisation is negatively correlated with the social cohesion.
Strupat, Christoph (2023)
The Current Column, 27 November 2023
Defining health as a priority area in connection with COP28 will provide a key impetus for the rapid and sustainable reduction of emissions and acceleration of the necessary climate adaptation strategies in the health sector.
Altenburg, Tilman / Anna Pegels (2023)
The Current Column, 22 November 2023
To accelerate green transformation in low- and middle-income countries, it is therefore essential to provide evidence of how a greener economy can offer direct economic benefits to national economies and the majority of citizens.
Eine erfolgreiche Digitalpartnerschaft mit afrikanischen Ländern baut auf vertrauenswürdigen Datenaustausch, pragmatische Wirtschaftspartnerschaften und den Mittelstand. Um dies zu erreichen, bedarf es von deutscher Seite einer expliziten Auseinandersetzung mit dem afrikanischen Digitalmarkt ebenso wie einer verstärkten Koordination zwischen den einzelnen mit dem Thema betrauten Ressorts.