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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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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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An interrogation of public authority and tenure security in fast track resettlement farms in Zimba...
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Social networks, collaborations and high-tech cluster formation in an emerging country: the case o...
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Supporting police reform in Nigeria: learning from officers on the ground
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Understanding innovation in Low Income Countries
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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
Adeel Malik
Islamic Centre Lecturer in the Economies of Muslim Societies

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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.
28 Aug, 2016
Richard Dolan comments on 21st Century Panglong Conference for Agence France-Presse.
23 Aug, 2016
'Angola's adoption of social media legislation "may set dangerous precedent for Zimbabwe"'. Miles Tendi interviewed by International Business Times
09 Aug, 2016
'Gujarat: The Azadi Kooch March and Land Reform'. Nikita Sud's research on land cited in Sabrangindia.in
06 Aug, 2016
‘The Problem with the 21st Century Panglong Conference’. Richard Dolan writes for The Diplomat
06 Aug, 2016
‘The Problem with the 21st Century Panglong Conference’. Richard Dolan writes for The Diplomat

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