Financing development

 

John W McArthur. 2016. “Trudeau’s biggest decision you’ve never heard of.” Toronto Star. 6 December.

Homi Kharas and John W McArthur. 2016. “Links in the chain of sustainable finance: Accelerating private investments for the SDGs, including climate action.”  Brookings Global Views No 4. September.

Homi Kharas and John W McArthur. 2016. “Public-private problem-solving for the Sustainable Development Goals.” Paper for World Economic Forum, Global Agenda Council on Sustainable Development. July.

John W McArthur. 2015. “What happened at the Addis financing for development conference?” Brookings – Up Front. 21 July.

John W McArthur and Homi Kharas. 2015. “7 projects pointing the way to sustainable development finance.” World Economic Forum: Agenda. 13 July.

Global Agenda Council on Sustainable Development. “Addis plus much more: The scope of global FfD actions in 2015.” World Economic Forum. July.

Homi Kharas and John W McArthur. 2015. “Bringing the social compact to life.” Blog of the UN’s Third International Conference on Financing for Development. 1 July.

John W McArthur. 2015. “An apology to support global development.” Brookings – Up Front. 21 May.

Brett House and John W McArthur. 2015. “Getting the details right on the development finance initiative.” Ottawa Citizen. 27 April.

John W McArthur. 2015. “Kudos for Shanta: How to Appreciate the 2002 Costing Paper.” Brookings – Future Development blog. 6 March.

John W McArthur. 2015. “150 Days to Development Finance Success.” Brookings – Future Development. 13 February.

Homi Kharas and John W McArthur. 2015.  “Nine Priority Commitments to be Made at the UN’s July 2015 Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.”  Brookings Global Views Policy Paper 2015-01. February.

Homi Kharas and John W McArthur. 2014. ” Three Breakthrough Agreements Will Underpin the Post-2015 Global Agenda.” Brookings – UpFront. 9 December.

Homi Kharas and John W McArthur. 2014. “Mobilizing Private Investment for post-2015 Sustainable Development.”  Brookings – Up Front. 27 May.

John W McArthur. 2014.  “A New Vision for Global Sustainable Development.” World Economic Forum: forumblog.org. 7 March.

Hiroto Arakawa, Sasja Beslik, Martin Dahinden, Michael Elliott, Helene Gayle, Thierry Geiger, Torgny Holmgren, Charles Kenny, Betty Maina, Simon Maxwell, John W McArthur (chair), Mthuli Ncube, Ory Okolloh, Zainab Salbi, Mark Suzman, Virgilio Viana, and Jasmine Whitbread. 2014. Paying for Zero: Global Development Finance and the Post-2015 Agenda. World Economic Forum. March.

John W McArthur. 2014. “How Much Aid for Basic Needs to 2030? Some Very Coarse Numbers.” Brookings Institution (online). 6 February.

John W McArthur. 2013. “A Guide to the Post-2015 Debates.” OpenCanada.org. February 4.

Ernest Aryeetey, Daniel Esty, Edwin Feulner, Thierry Geiger, Daniel Kaufmann, Andreas Kraemer, Marc Levy, John W McArthur (chair), Robert Steele, Anand Sudarshan, Andy Sumner, and Mark Suzman. 2012. “Getting to Zero – Finishing the Job the MDGs Started.” World Economic Forum: Geneva.

John W McArthur. 2009. “Remember Our Promises.”  The Ottawa Citizen. 27 November.

Jeffrey D Sachs, John W McArthur, and Guido Schmidt-Traub. 2005. “A European Development Fund for the MDGs.” Revamping Development Efforts: An Assessment of Development Policy in the EU. European Policy Centre Issue Paper No. 36, pp. 21-24.

John W McArthur, Jeffrey D Sachs, and Guido Schmidt-Traub. 2005. “What It Will Take to Meet the Millennium Development Goals.” Sustainable Development International.

John W McArthur. 2005. “Ensuring Adequate Resources to Meet the MDGs.” In Irrelevant or Indispensable? The United Nations in the 21st Century (edited by Paul Heinbecker and Patricia Goff). Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, pp. 63-75.

Jeffrey D Sachs and John W McArthur. 2005. “Promises Are Not Enough.” The Globe and Mail. 22 April.

John W McArthur. 2005. “The 0.7 Percent Solution.” The National Post. 25 February.

Jeffrey D Sachs and John W McArthur. “The Millennium Project: A Plan for Meeting the Millennium Development Goals.” 2005. The Lancet. Vol. 365, pp. 347-53.

UN Millennium Project. 2005. Investing in Development: A Practical Plan to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals. Overview. Final Report Submitted to the UN Secretary-General. Earthscan: New York. (Served as Lead Editor among 32 co-authors. Report subsequently submitted by Secretary-General Kofi Annan to UN General Assembly.)

UN Millennium Project. 2005. “Chapter 17: Resources required to achieve the Millennium Development Goals.” In Investing in Development: A Practical Plan to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals. Full Report. Final Report Submitted to the UN Secretary-General. Earthscan: New York. (Served as Lead Editor among 32 co-authors.)

Jeffrey D Sachs, John W McArthur, Guido Schmidt-Traub, Margaret Kruk, Chandrika Bahadur, Michael Faye, and Gordon McCord. 2004. “Ending Africa’s Poverty Trap.” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity.  Vol. 1, pp. 117-240.

Jeffrey D Sachs, John W McArthur, Guido Schmidt-Traub, Margaret Kruk, Chandrika Bahadur, Michael Faye, and Gordon McCord. 2004. “Millennium Development Goals Needs Assessments for Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda.” UN Millennium Project Working Paper. September 2004. (Background paper to: Sachs, Jeffrey D, John W McArthur, Guido Schmidt-Traub, Margaret Kruk, Chandrika Bahadur, Michael Faye and Gordon McCord. 2004. “Ending Africa’s Poverty Trap.” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity. 1: 117-216.)

Jeffrey D Sachs, John W McArthur, Guido Schmidt-Traub, Margaret Kruk, Chandrika Bahadur, and Michael Faye. 2004. “Millennium Development Goals Needs Assessments: Country Case Studies of Bangladesh, Cambodia, Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda.” UN Millennium Project Working Paper. January 2004.