Research Regions

The study of specific developing countries and regions underpins our empirical enquiry into our four research themes.

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Digital diaspora diplomacy
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Refugee youth: agency and aspiration
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Refugee economies in Uganda: creating new market-based opportunities
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Emergency shelter
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Humanitarian nutrition
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The remittance debate reconsidered: Reverse remittance practice among Ghanaian migrants in the UK...
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CRISE Network
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The real deal with land deals: consensus building, women's autonomy and individual wellbeing...
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Breaking the intergenerational cycle of poverty? Young people’s education and employment trajector...
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Nikita Sud
Associate Professor of Development Studies
Patrick Thewlis
Research Officer, CSIA
Rosemary Thorp
Reader Emeritus in Development Economics
Luis Vargas Faulbaum
Research Student (PRS)
Susanne Verheul
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
Matthew Willner-Reid
Research Student
Lucie Qian Xia
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Ivan Zambrana Flores
Research Student

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28 Jun, 2017
Nine academics and students to present at ECAS7 in Basel
16 Jun, 2017
TMCD signs new MoU with Chinese Academy of Science to continue research collaboration
05 Jun, 2017
New article by Robtel Neajai Pailey on Liberia's 2014/15 Ebola outbreak
23 May, 2017
New article by Joerg Friedrichs examines Sino-Muslim relations
19 May, 2017
New OPHI article explores multidimensional poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa
04 May, 2017
New article by Robtel Neajai Pailey looks ahead to Liberia's 2017 election
02 May, 2017
Senior Research Officer Robtel Neajai Pailey appointed to board of Monrovia Football Academy
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

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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
23 Jul, 2016
'The Gujarat model: what violence in the name of cow protection tells us about BJP's caste politics'. Nikita Sud writes for scoll.in
18 Jul, 2016
'The UN had to go, but is Liberia really prepared for peace?'. Robtel Neajai Pailey writes in The Conversation

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