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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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Barbara Harriss-White
Professor Emeritus of Development Studies
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 Jonsson
Departmental Lecturer in Migration and Development
Paul Kellner
Research Student
Emre Eren Korkmaz
Newton International Fellow

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20 Jul, 2017
New book: The Myth of Self Reliance by Naohiko Omata
19 Jul, 2017
Robtel Neajai Pailey wins Ibrahim Fellowship to take up position at African Development Bank
18 Jul, 2017
MPhils head for fieldwork projects in 17 countries
18 Jul, 2017
MPhils head for fieldwork projects in 17 countries
18 Jul, 2017
MPhils head for fieldwork projects in 17 countries
18 Jul, 2017
MPhils head for fieldwork projects in 17 countries
18 Jul, 2017
MPhils head for fieldwork projects in 17 countries
10 Jul, 2017
ODID researchers win Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships
28 Jun, 2017
Nine academics and students to present at ECAS7 in Basel

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08 Nov, 2016
'Why Indians aren’t impressed with Theresa May’s business offer'. Nikita Sud writes for The Conversation
06 Nov, 2016
'US election: What does the rest of the world think?'. Robtel Neajai Pailey comments on implications for Africa in Al Jazeera Round Table
04 Nov, 2016
‘India does not owe a friendly relationship to the UK because of colonialism'. Nikita Sud quoted extensively in Daily Mail
27 Oct, 2016
'India’s slow-brewing political storm is steadily gathering strength'. Indrajit Roy writes for The Conversation
19 Oct, 2016
'Beyond war and peace: migration management in Libya'. Julien Brachet writes for The Broker
18 Oct, 2016
'Why Uganda is one of the world’s most hospitable refugee destinations'. Alexander Betts speaks to PBS Newshour
17 Oct, 2016
'Why Britain cannot bank on India for post-Brexit business'. Nikita Sud writes for The Conversation
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

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