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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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Agroecological practices and the redesign of agrifood systems
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Consumption and social enterprise in a context of poverty, Morro da Cruz, Brazil
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Informal economy and piracy in China and Brazil
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Health policy and reform in sub-Saharan Africa
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The political economy of private sector dynamism in the Middle East
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Structural constraints to public goods provision in Punjab
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Politics of trade protection in North Africa
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The end of the railway line: Malian women, mobility and trade in Dakar
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New cultures of work in contemporary India
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28 Apr, 2017
New article by John Gledhill explores variation in violent conflict after collapse of state capacity
28 Apr, 2017
New article by John Gledhill explores variation in violent conflict after collapse of state capacity
27 Apr, 2017
Sarah Rosenberg-Jansen wins 2017 Frederick Soddy postgraduate award
08 Jan, 2017
ODID welcomes new ESRC Global Challenges fellow Elizabeth Rahman
23 Jun, 2016
New article by Nikita Sud explores state, scale and networks through land in India
15 Mar, 2017
New report on EU’s relocation of asylum seekers from Greece and Italy to other Member States
13 Mar, 2017
OAS and OPHI sign Joint Declaration on multidimensional poverty
03 Feb, 2017
New special issue offers transnational perspectives on southern Africa’s liberation movements
25 Jan, 2017
New book - Tanzania: The Path to Prosperity co-edited by Christopher Adam

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09 Dec, 2015
'Don’t just blame climate change: Chennai floods were a manmade disaster'. Nikita Sud writes in The Conversation
07 Dec, 2015
'Elections en Burmanie: les partis ethniques en danger?'. Richard Dolan in Alta Asia
07 Dec, 2015
'Elections en Burmanie: les partis ethniques en danger?'. Richard Dolan in Alta Asia
02 Dec, 2015
Keeping afloat after the ‘red wave’. Richard Dolan writes for Myanmar Times
02 Dec, 2015
Keeping afloat after the ‘red wave’. Richard Dolan writes for Myanmar Times
01 Dec, 2015
'In Nigeria, newly appointed officials signal shift in economic policy'. Zainab Usman writes for Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog
27 Nov, 2015
'Ethnic parties and the vote - the 2015 elections and consequences for ethnic parties'. Richard Dolan writes for New Mandala's 'Myanmar and the vote' series
27 Nov, 2015
'Ethnic parties and the vote - the 2015 elections and consequences for ethnic parties'. Richard Dolan writes for New Mandala's 'Myanmar and the vote' series
07 Nov, 2015
‘Karen parties and the vote’. Richard Dolan writes for New Mandala's 'Myanmar and the vote' series

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