The department is a lively community that is recognised internationally as one of the top centres for research and teaching in development studies.
The study of specific developing countries and regions underpins our empirical enquiry into our four research themes.
Industrial cluster relocation: intra- and extra-cluster linkages using social network analysis...research_project54
University-firm technology transfer in Chile: panel data and case study analysisresearch_project54
Power and accumulation in food grain markets: a case study of the Pakistani Punjabresearch_project54
The changing face of internal circular migration in Bihar, Indiaresearch_project51
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‘Roots of difference - Karen politics and unity in the lead up to Myanmar’s historic elections'. Richard Dolan writes for New Mandala06 Oct, 2015
‘Roots of difference - Karen politics and unity in the lead up to Myanmar’s historic elections'. Richard Dolan writes for New Mandala08 Sep, 2015
'Gujarat: a development model for all India?'. Nikita Sud Interviewed by Austria's Radio Ö107 Sep, 2015
'How India undermined its elections: why was the world’s largest democracy outperformed by one of the smallest?'. Zaad Mahmood writes for the Electoral Integrity Project blog04 Sep, 2015
'Buhari's first 100 days: does Nigerian president mean business?'. Zainab Usman writes for CNN21 May, 2015
'Escaping the Middle East’s Violence Trap'. Adeel Malik co-authors article for Project Syndicate03 Apr, 2015
‘Double Take - How does education affect politics in Africa?’. Dan Hodgkinson writes for Democracy In Africa16 Jan, 2015
'Africa's oil shock'. Zainab Usman examines how falling oil prices will affect the continent's economic transformation aspirations for Aljazeera16 Oct, 2014
'Can stunting be reversed? Yes, and Peru is showing us how'. Andreas Georgiadis writes for the Guardian