Globalization, Interdependence and Development

Through its programme on Globalization and Development Strategies, UNCTAD contributes to the international debate on globalization and the management of its consequences for developing countries.

The programme promotes policies at the national, regional and international level that are conducive to stable economic growth and sustainable development. It regularly examines the trends and prospects in the world economy, undertakes studies on the requirements for successful development strategies and on the debt problems of developing countries.

It also provides technical support to developing countries in their efforts to integrate into the international financial system and to manage their external debt.



25 January 2019China’s belt and road isn’t like the Marshall Plan, but Beijing can still learn from it
27 September 2018The Global Economy’s Fundamental Weakness
26 September 2018Trade wars are symptoms of deeper malaise, UNCTAD warns
Summer School
18 September 2018Ten years after the financial crisis: Debt, Money and Finance
Summer School
03 September 2018Summer School looks at finance, debt in development discourse
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DMFAS Programme Annual Report 2017 (UNCTAD/GDS/DMFAS/2018/1)
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