Blog: Financing development through better domestic resource mobilization

Over the last 15 years, developing countries have increased domestic revenues by on average 14% annually. Domestic revenues of developing economies amounted to USD 7.7 trillion in 2012; that’s USD 6 trillion more than in 2000. Domestic resources are the largest, most important and most stable source of finance for development. Can we expect these resources to keep on increasing in the coming years?

Blog: Cash in times of crisis

Since the 1980s, progressive financial deregulation – within and between countries – has led to increased instability and recurrent financial and economic crises. This is combined with volatility associated with more frequent and extreme environmental shocks. How should developing countries manage this increasingly volatile external environment? What should the international community do?

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