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The resilience challenge in the midst of complex emergencies: a broader understanding of livelihoo...
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Gender in humanitarian policy and practice
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Intangibility of land as an asset to farmers in the future urbanization of India: the case of Dhol...
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Lingering legacy: the experiences of black Rhodesian veterans in the Zimbabwe National Army
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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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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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Simukai Chigudu
Departmental Lecturer in Development Studies
Georgia Cole
Joyce Pearce Junior Research Fellow
Carmen Contreras Romero
Research Student
Frances Cossar
Research Student
Julie Dayot
Research Student
Cheryl Doss
Senior Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics
Sherine El Taraboulsi-McCarthy
Research Student
Arndt Emmerich
Research Officer, CSIA
Valpy FitzGerald
Professor Emeritus of International Development Finance

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09 Nov, 2017
New report from Deloitte, RSC explores Syrian refugees' economic potential
07 Nov, 2017
New report assesses brands’ approach to refugee workers in Turkish garment industry
07 Nov, 2017
Wolfson hosts exhibition of photographs from project on India’s internal migrants
03 Nov, 2017
Three ODID MPhil students and team win 2017 Geneva Challenge with jobs app
03 Nov, 2017
RSC wins major new funding from IKEA Foundation for research on refugee economies
08 Jun, 2017
ODID DPhil co-convenes workshop on the Karen in transition
16 Oct, 2017
New project to explore productivity in Ethiopia's industrial parks
12 Oct, 2017
First Arab Multidimensional Poverty Report launched
10 Oct, 2017
Female Islamic Education Movements: new book by Masooda Bano

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12 Apr, 2017
'Can Uganda’s progressive refugee policies survive the influx of people fleeing South Sudan?'. Alexander Betts writes for the Conversation
11 Apr, 2017
'Embassy tweets are a nifty way for Russia to push buttons'. Ilan Manor cited in The Times
03 Apr, 2017
'The engagement of migrant workers into the local economy'. Emre Eren Korkmaz interviewed in the New European
31 Mar, 2017
'It is part of a larger narrative of targeting certain kinds of informality and illegality that invariably affect the poorest, the minorities and other vulnerable communities'. Nikita Sud quoted by Reuters on closure of abbatoirs in India
27 Mar, 2017
'llegality vs informality: what the crackdown on slaughterhouses in Uttar Pradesh is really about'. Nikita Sud writes about the politics of food in India's most populous state for scroll.in
17 Mar, 2017
‘Forest life was absolutely beautiful. Lots of walking, hunting, gathering fruit and living with nature'. Laura Rival interviewed about living with the Huaorani people of Ecuador in Blueprint magazine
15 Mar, 2017
'This is bound to have a knock-on effect on UK-India research collaborations'. Nikita Sud comments for Nature Index on decline in UK in student numbers from India
23 Feb, 2017
'He will run and will probably win and some time after 2018 he will probably begin to reveal his hand'. Miles Tendi interviewed on Global Journalist about Robert Mugabe's future
20 Feb, 2017
'What is needed are strong regulations pertaining to wages and conditions at work, which would prevent all workers - local or migrant - from being exploited'. Indrajit Roy quoted in article for Hinudstan Times

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