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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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Trade unions and collective bargaining in urban labour markets: the case of West Bengal
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Electoral integrity: sub-national India
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Monitoring Marange: human rights surveillance, the Kimberley Process, and Zimbabwe’s blood diamond...
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Politics of citizenship and settlement in Ahmedabad in the aftermath of the 2002 Gujarat riots in...
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Negotiating time use: an inter-generational mixed methods approach to household decision-making on...
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Architectures of Displacement
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The glocalization of wellbeing and sustainability: a biosocial educational prototype for Peru, Bra...
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Sharia implementation in northern Nigeria after 15 years
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Participation of Turkish migrants in the public sphere via trade unions in selected European state...
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Christopher Adam
Professor of Development Economics and Head of Department
Geraldine Adiku
Research Student
Rakib Akhtar
Research Student (PRS)
Olanshile Akintola
Research Student
Jocelyn Alexander
Professor of Commonwealth Studies
Ali Ali
Research Officer, The Politics of the Syrian Refugee Crisis, RSC
Asha Amirali
Research Student
Ruben Andersson
Associate Professor of Migration and Development
Oliver Bakewell
Senior Research Officer and Associate Professor

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21 Sep, 2017
Nikita Sud to feature in Curiosity Carnival with children's story about land
29 Aug, 2017
Young Lives to launch 2016-17 school survey findings
29 Aug, 2017
Young Lives to launch 2016-17 school survey findings
29 Aug, 2017
Young Lives to launch 2016-17 school survey findings
24 Aug, 2017
Costa Rica launches world's first 'Business MPI'
10 Jul, 2017
New article by Padmini Iyer and Rhiannon Moore examines how Young Lives conceptualise, measure learning quality
10 Jul, 2017
New article by Padmini Iyer and Rhiannon Moore examines how Young Lives conceptualise, measure learning quality
10 Jul, 2017
New article by Padmini Iyer and Rhiannon Moore examines how Young Lives conceptualise, measure learning quality
14 Aug, 2017
New article by Naohiko Omata explores political dynamics in Liberian refugee camp

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16 Jul, 2017
'African-American art exhibition "Soul of a Nation" opens in London'. Robtel Neajai Pailey discusses new Tate exhibition on BBC World Service
27 Jun, 2017
'Indian Princely States'. Nikita Sud takes part in 'The Forum' from the BBC World Service as part of India's 70th anniversary celebrations
10 May, 2017
'Gender gap in secondary education: Domestic chores the largest contributor, says study'. Young Lives research featured in scroll.in
04 May, 2017
'Fork in the River'. MPhil Gus Greenstein writes for Roads & Kingdoms/Slate on how dams are redefining life in the Mekong River basin
22 Apr, 2017
'Re-crafting the Israeli digital narrative'. Corneliu Bjola, Ilan Manor write for Jerusalem Post
12 Apr, 2017
'Can Uganda’s progressive refugee policies survive the influx of people fleeing South Sudan?'. Alexander Betts writes for the Conversation
03 Apr, 2017
'The engagement of migrant workers into the local economy'. Emre Eren Korkmaz interviewed in the New European
31 Mar, 2017
'It is part of a larger narrative of targeting certain kinds of informality and illegality that invariably affect the poorest, the minorities and other vulnerable communities'. Nikita Sud quoted by Reuters on closure of abbatoirs in India
27 Mar, 2017
'llegality vs informality: what the crackdown on slaughterhouses in Uttar Pradesh is really about'. Nikita Sud writes about the politics of food in India's most populous state for scroll.in

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