Global Working Paper Series

At the Duke University Center for International and Global Studies (DUCIGS), we are actively engaged in publishing new research. The Duke Global Working Paper Series provides a space for scholars from across the disciplines to explore international topics. DUCIGS welcomes submissions from Duke experts and affiliated scholars. For more information, email Catherine Angst (catherine.angst@duke.edu).
The 2017 Version of the IMF and World Bank's LIC Debt Sustainability Framework

 

The 2017 Version of the IMP and World Bank's LIC Debt Sustainability Framework: "Significant Overhaul" or Obsolete?

Brian Pinto

Working Paper 6 - March 2019

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Ethiopia's Downgrade to High Risk of Debt Distress Coverpage Image

 

Ethiopia's Downgrade to High Risk of Debt Distress

Brian Pinto

Working Paper 5 - March 2019

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Are Economic Relations with India Helping Africa? Coverpage Image

 

Are Economic Relations with India Helping Africa? Trade, Investment and Development in the Middle-Income South

Siddharth Dixit​, Indermit S. Gill, Chinmoy Kumar

Working Paper 4 - March 2019

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Is China Helping Africa? Coverpage Image

 

Is China Helping Africa? Growth and Public Debt Effects of the Subcontinent's Biggest Investor

Indermit S. Gill, Kenan Karakülah

Working Paper 3 - March 2019

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Is Africa Headed For Another Debt Crisis? Coverpage Image

 

Is Africa Headed For Another Debt Crisis? Assessing Solvency in a Sluggish Subcontinent

Indermit S. Gill, Kenan Karakülah

Working Paper 2 - March 2019

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Has Africa Missed the Bus? Coverpage Image

 

Has Africa Missed the Bus? The Confusing Consensus about the Continent's Growth

Indermit S. Gill, Kenan Karakülah

Working Paper 1 - March 2019

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