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Patterns, determinants, and effects of internal migration among young adults in Ethiopia, India, P...
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The risk crucible: managing multiple insecurities in the western Sahel
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To what extent is UNHCR's intervention in Afghanistan shaped by incentives in the humanitaria...
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Rethinking rural development: negotiation in agricultural and food systems
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Beyond greed and grievance: investigating the multi-causal factors of the Niger Delta conflicts...
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Africa: Policies for Prosperity
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Apartheid’s African soldiers: a history of black Namibians and Angolans in South Africa’s former s...
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'Peasantarianisation' of the undesired urban: the role of the discourse in the implement...
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The diverse paths towards universalism in Latin American social policies: the case of pensions in...
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Dan Hodgkinson
Departmental Lecturer in Development Studies
Marc Howard
Research Student (PRS)
Santiago Izquierdo Tort
Research Student
Garima Jaju
Research Student
Hayley Jones
Research Student
Gunvor Jónsson
Departmental Lecturer in Migration and Development
Paul Kellner
Research Student
Emre Eren Korkmaz
Newton International Fellow
Pramila Krishnan
Professor of Development Economics

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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
10 Oct, 2017
Female Islamic Education Movements: new book by Masooda Bano
10 Oct, 2017
Female Islamic Education Movements: new book by Masooda Bano
09 Oct, 2017
New Young Lives paper explores children’s experiences of violence

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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
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
'What is at stake for Latin America today?'. Diego Sanchez Ancochea contributes to an expert panel for the Guardian
07 Feb, 2017
'A combination of aspiration and desperation is fuelling migration in India'. Indrajit Roy interviewed by Hindustan Times
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
'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
17 Jan, 2017
'The new superpowers in the global land grab and how they operate'. Nikita Sud writes for The Conversation

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