One Pager

The IPC-IG One-Pager is an extremely popular publication that seeks to  introduce readers to an idea or concept explored more in depth in a separate larger publication (i.e. Working Paper, journal article, book chapter, report  or project etc.). One pagers effectively allow for an introductory summary of a larger piece of work to be disseminated in an easier to consume format. A Series of One-Pagers are used to track larger works in progress serving as progress reports, or rather a series of publications covering a certain thematic area. more

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‘Inclusive Social Protection’ and the Post-2015 Agenda Stephen Devereux , Keetie Roelen One Pager 247 01/03/2014
‘Growing Pains’: Key Challenges for New Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes in Latin America Fabio Veras Soares, Tatiana Britto One Pager 44 23/11/2007
Workers in the informal sector and contributory social insurance schemes—the case of Tanzania Flora Myamba One Pager 363 11/09/2017
Women's economic empowerment programmes: towards a 'double boon' instead of drudgery and depletion Deepta Chopra One Pager 379 09/03/2018
Women's earning power and wellbeing Nanak Kakwani, Hyun H. Son One Pager 19 19/04/2006
Why Is Africa Constrained from Spending ODA? Terry McKinley One Pager 34 05/05/2007
Why Have Tax Reforms Hampered MDG Financing? Terry McKinley One Pager 42 02/09/2007
Why Aid Does Not Increase Savings Rates in Sub-Saharan Africa? John Serieux , Terry McKinley One Pager 75 20/02/2009
Which Poverty Line? A Response to Reddy Martin Ravallion One Pager 53 14/05/2008
Where the Line is Drawn. A Rejoinder to Ravallion Thomas Pogge One Pager 69 16/10/2008

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