Marketplace of ideas
The marketplace of ideas includes a collection of contributions from senior experts inside and outside the UN system. These contributions are intended to promote and stimulate new thinking, with the aim to help inform ongoing discussions and debate around financing the UN system and the role of the UN in financing the SDGs.
Global Public Goods
Reforming the World Health Organization’s financing model
By Dr Gaudenz Silberschmidt and Dr Guitelle Baghdadi-Sabeti
Rising powers in United Nations development funding – Growing responsibilities, growing engagement?
By Sven Grimm and Zhang Chun
A new contract for financing the UN development system: What does it mean and how can it be achieved?
By Max-Otto Baumann and Pratyush Sharma
Strengthening bilateral finance for multilateralism: Considerations for the United Nations system
By Romilly Greenhill and Nilima Gulrajani
UN pooled funds: A game-changer in financing Agenda 2030
By UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office
Private Sector Financing
Cross-border financing flows impacting the Sustainable Development Goals
By Homi Kharas
Sustainable Development Goal financing in the developing countries: Like clouds and wind without rain
By Debapriya Bhattacharya
Transparency and financing for the Sustainable Development Goals: The power of non-governmental organisation voices
By Lindsay Coates
The World Bank Group Sustainable Development Goals Fund – a trust fund to support the means of implementation for the goals
By Jaehyang So, Björn Gillsäter and Veronica Piatkov
Catalyst restrained by adverse conditions: How does the 2030 Agenda impact development cooperation?
By Stephan Klingebiel and Silke Weinlich