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Democracy That Delivers #170: A Discussion on Infrastructure with Gyude Moore

09.04.2019 |
“You need an infrastructure spine to build an economy,” says guest Gyude Moore in this week’s episode of Democracy That Delivers. Gyude Moore is a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Global Development, and former Minister of Public Works for Liberia. He joins Ryan Musser, Program O...

Democracy That Delivers #169: The CAMP Matrix with Rick O’Sullivan

08.20.2019 |
Rick O’ Sullivan joins host Ken Jaques and co-host Ryan Musser to continue their conversation about collective governance. During this session, they discuss the CAMP Matrix and its significance in explaining and understanding associations. Associations are not just about members. Members are ...

Democracy That Delivers #168: When Governance is Not Government

08.14.2019 |
This week on Democracy That Delivers, we are joined by Rick O’Sullivan, who joined us for episode #157 of DTD. This podcast continues the conversation with co-host Ryan Musser, and host Ken Jaques. They examine the importance of civil society taking an active role in governing and not just ad...

Democracy That Delivers #167: Desmond Irabor on Nigeria’s Economy

08.06.2019 |
In this Democracy That Delivers podcast, guest Desmond Irabor joins CIPE’s Ryan Musser, Program Officer for Africa at CIPE, and host Ken Jaques to discuss the economic and political environment of Nigeria, and some of the most pressing issues CIPE is working on in the country. Desmond Irabor ...

Democracy That Delivers #164: Eric Olander of the China Africa Project

07.17.2019 |
  This week on Democracy That Delivers, our host is Lars Benson, Regional Director of Africa for CIPE. We are joined by co-host Ryan Musser, Program Officer for Africa at CIPE, and Eric Olander, the founder of the China Africa Project (CAP). CAP is an independent, non-partisan media initiative...

Market Makers: How Senegal’s Informal Traders Are Getting Their Voices Heard

Amidst the bustling streets of Dakar, vibrant markets buzz with activity. Stalls are packed with mountains of peanuts and tomatoes, colorful fabrics, and dedicated traders eager to sell their goods. While the marketplace has remained a stable pillar of Senegal’s economy for decades, informal trad...

Will Democracy work for Africa’s Largest Economy?

The following is part 3 of a 3 part series by Ryan Musser about Nigeria’s elections postponed to Saturday, February 23, 2019. Read parts 1 and 2.    As Africa’s largest economy goes to the polls, its economic struggles lay heavy on the minds of many voters. The statistics are grim. Nigeria...
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