What does the changing context of development finance mean for the post-2015 agenda?

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Annalisa Prizzon, Overseas Development Institute, Research Fellow at the Centre for Aid and Public Expenditure (CAPE)
This blog was originally published on the development progress blog which is running a series on finance and development

It’s a daunting task, trying to summarise a series of viewpoints from eminent researchers and experts on how the development finance landscape has evolved and what it all means for the financing of development beyond 2015.  While I doubt I can do justice to all the contributions so far, we need to take stock of the lessons contained in these different viewpoints.  I see four key questions that provide real food for thought.

Financing our future: The Expert Committee on Sustainable Development Financing Strategy

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By Amy Cutter, Project Officer, Stakeholder Forum

As discussions to develop a set of sustainable development goals (SDGs) build momentum, attention is starting to shift towards not only what the world should try to achieve, but also how to go about it. This in large part means starting to think about where the money for the proposed transformative action is going to come from.