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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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University-firm technology transfer in Chile: panel data and case study analysis
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Power and accumulation in food grain markets: a case study of the Pakistani Punjab
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Landscapes of liberalisation
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Religion in the making of a region
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Liberalisation, Hindu nationalism and the state
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The changing face of internal circular migration in Bihar, India
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Valuing nature in developing countries
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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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19 Sep, 2016
New World Development paper co-authored by Christopher Adam, Douglas Gollin explores public investment in Tanzania
06 Sep, 2016
Nikita Sud to discuss UK-India relations at Alumni Weekend
31 Aug, 2016
Honduras launches Multidimensional Poverty Index drawing on OPHI methodology
30 Aug, 2016
BBC highlights DPhil Zainab Usman as Twitter user to follow for development insights
27 Apr, 2016
Young Lives study finds 15-year-old boys in India eat better diet than girls of the same age

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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
07 Nov, 2015
‘Karen parties and the vote’. Richard Dolan writes for New Mandala's 'Myanmar and the vote' series
06 Nov, 2015
‘Five Lessons from Zimbabwe’s Game-Changing Student Protests’. Dan Hodgkinson writes for The Conversation
05 Nov, 2015
'The Politics of Economic Diversification in the Middle East'. Adeel Malik writes for Foreign Affairs
06 Oct, 2015
‘Roots of difference - Karen politics and unity in the lead up to Myanmar’s historic elections'. Richard Dolan writes for New Mandala
06 Oct, 2015
‘Roots of difference - Karen politics and unity in the lead up to Myanmar’s historic elections'. Richard Dolan writes for New Mandala
08 Sep, 2015
'Gujarat: a development model for all India?'. Nikita Sud Interviewed by Austria's Radio Ö1
07 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 blog

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