CRU’s research in the field of business and fragility focuses on the impact of private sector development on stability, and vice versa. Our work varies from exploring private sector development programmes’ peacebuilding potential, to the implications of instability and conflict for corporate investments, operations and international supply chains.
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The Ethiopian governing regime has defined poverty as the biggest threat to its survival since its inception, and has thus established a top-down developmental state model to drive economic growth that would legitimise its existence. Read report.