The rise of new powers in Asia and other parts of the developing world is challenging the established global order and ushering in new ways of thinking about development.
New technologies in health, agriculture and energy have the potential to transform the lives of the poor and improve the global environment.
Information technologies are increasing access to knowledge about economic and political processes and allowing people to challenge and change dominant ways of thinking about development.
DPP research focuses exclusively on these key drivers of change that are shifting the way we think about development.
How we work
We have a strong and distinctive research culture which is: