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The study of specific developing countries and regions underpins our empirical enquiry into our four research themes.

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Karen knowledge networks and transitional civil society on the Burma/Thailand border
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Aid, labour market dualism and the risk of Dutch disease in low-income countries
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Humanitarian negotiation cultures: An exploration of the processes, practices and cultures of gain...
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Advancing female working onto management in the Bangladeshi garment sector: The Work-progression...
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The Readymade Garment Productivity Project
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Political settlements analysis of inclusive growth in Africa
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Migration and humanitarian aid along the migration corridor in Mexico
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Nigeria Research Network
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Between planetary urbanisation and thinking forests: a study of socio-ecological change in the Ecu...
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Masooda Bano
Principal Investigator, Changing Structures of Islamic Authority, and Associate Professor
Nora Bardelli
Research Student
Jasper Tilman Lennart Barth
Research Student
Cinar Baymul
Research Student
Lennart Bolliger
Research Student
Julien Brachet
Marie Curie Fellow, IMI
Stefano Caria
Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics
Arnold Chamunogwa
Research Student
Mihika Chatterjee
Research Student

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12 Dec, 2016
Alexander Betts, Paul Collier named as 2016 Leading Global Thinkers by Foreign Policy
30 Nov, 2016
Harnessing STI progress for sustainable inclusive development: TMCD hosts inaugural Sino-UK Innovation and Development Forum
30 Nov, 2016
ODID Africa specialists to present at ASA 2016
21 Nov, 2016
New book on refugee economies by HIP team
18 Nov, 2016
New book: Mobilising the Diaspora: How Refugees Challenge Authoritarianism by Alexander Betts and will Jones
18 Nov, 2016
New book: The Quest for Universal Social Policy co-authored by Diego Sanchez-Ancochea
16 Nov, 2016
ODID alumnus wins two new grants to fund socio-medical research in Southeast Asia
07 Nov, 2016
Nikita Sud’s caution on post-Brexit trade with India widely cited in media amid May visit to Delhi
14 Oct, 2016
Christopher Woodruff joins ODID as new Professor of Development Economics

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09 Feb, 2017
'The bottom line is we don't have the luxury of neglecting Liberian small- to medium-sized enterprises'. Robtel Neajai Pailey comments for NPR on a conflict between ice-cream businesses in Liberia
07 Feb, 2017
'A combination of aspiration and desperation is fuelling migration in India'. Indrajit Roy interviewed by Hindustan Times
07 Feb, 2017
'What is at stake for Latin America today?'. Diego Sanchez Ancochea contributes to an expert panel for the Guardian
05 Feb, 2017
'The human cost for Central Americans could be very big'. Diego Sanchez-Ancochea comments in Sunday Times as Mexico floats end to border cooperation with US
02 Feb, 2017
'To many ... Modi followers, these NGOs are simply anti-national'. Nikita Sud comments in Daily Mail on Narendra Modi's moves against foreign NGOs
17 Jan, 2017
'The new superpowers in the global land grab and how they operate'. Nikita Sud writes for The Conversation
17 Jan, 2017
'Africa’s lessons for Trump’s America'. Read first of Robtel Neajai Pailey's new columns for New African Magazine
17 Jan, 2017
'Generous friend or reckless bully: Sushma Swaraj’s Twitter diplomacy is a dangerous tightrope walk'. Corneliu Bjola and Ilan Manor quoted in Quartz on Indian Foreign Minister's twiplomatic controversy over Amazon
11 Jan, 2017
'Uganda’s unsung heroes of refugee protection'. Georgia Cole writes for Open Democracy

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