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The diverse paths towards universalism in Latin American social policies: the case of pensions in...
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Redesigning food systems: transformative social innovation in Mexico and Guatemala
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Identity performance of street-based youth in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
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Achieving upgrading in agro-based value chains. How participation in different trade trajectories...
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Macroeconomic dynamics in low-income countries
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Transportation costs, food markets, and structural transformation in Tanzania
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Frontiers of urban survival: everyday corruption and precarious existence in Lagos
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NGO advocacy and the struggle for representation: mining, conflict and performance in the Peruvian...
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The political ecology of a complex socio-ecological system: Mother Earth and biodiversity governan...
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Marc Howard
Research Student (PRS)
Santiago Izquierdo Tort
Research Student
Garima Jaju
Research Student
Hayley Jones
Research Student
Gunvor Jonsson
Departmental Lecturer in Migration and Development
Paul Kellner
Research Student
Emre Eren Korkmaz
Newton International Fellow
Pramila Krishnan
Associate Professor of Economics for Development
Zaad Mahmood
Departmental Lecturer in South Asian Development and Politics

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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
07 Oct, 2016
Congratulations to President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia on award of Nobel Peace Prize
19 Sep, 2016
New World Development paper co-authored by Christopher Adam, Douglas Gollin explores public investment in Tanzania
06 Sep, 2016
Nikita Sud to discuss UK-India relations at Alumni Weekend
31 Aug, 2016
Honduras launches Multidimensional Poverty Index drawing on OPHI methodology

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07 Oct, 2016
'Despite referendum failure, Colombia can still reach peace'. DPhil Felipe Roa-Clavijo writes for Positive.news
02 Oct, 2016
'Wooing India: Are the UK's charm offensives working?'. Nikita Sud writes for Oxford Today
30 Sep, 2016
'How to deal with autocratic nations'. Robtel Neajai Pailey interviewed for Deutsche Welle
29 Sep, 2016
'China’s G20 summit: how not to do message control'. Tristen Naylor writes for G7G20.com
23 Sep, 2016
'After a lifetime of conflict, we Colombians have a chance to vote for peace'. DPhil Felipe Roa-Clavijo writes for The Conversation
19 Sep, 2016
Indian bid to restrict surrogacy shows 'nanny, moralising state'. Nikita Sud comments on Radio France Internationale
12 Sep, 2016
'Ethiopia’s young men: Between hope and a hard place'. Young Lives research features in New Internationalist magazine
07 Sep, 2016
'Why unemployed graduates will ignore Zimbabwe’s ban on protests'. DPhil Dan Hodgkinson writes for The Conversation
28 Aug, 2016
Richard Dolan comments on 21st Century Panglong Conference for Agence France-Presse.

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