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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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Structural Estimation of Spatial Spillover Effects of Cash Transfers
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Shining a light on 'under the radar' innovation in low income countries
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Intrahousehold decision-making, livelihoods, and household water choices in Kenya
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Preparing for the future: youth/self-making in the waiting rooms of India’s economic reforms
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'We should not take identity out of the question, we should question identity': Explorin...
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'Quando Era Jovem…/When I was young…': An Intergenerational Oral History of Youth in Map...
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Social Cohesion as a Humanitarian Objective?
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When states disarm societies: consolidating violence in Bangladesh
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Formalisation within the mining sector in Peru
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Christopher Adam
Professor of Development Economics
Aisha Ahmad
Research Student
Rakib Akhtar
Research Student
Jocelyn Alexander
Professor of Commonwealth Studies
Ruben Andersson
Professor of Social Anthropology
Ludovic Arnaud
Research Student
Hailemariam Ayalew Tiruneh
Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics
Masooda Bano
Professor of Development Studies
Jai Bhatia
Departmental Lecturer in Global Governance

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08 Sep, 2022
Ground-breaking judgement on property rights in South Africa draws on research by Maxim Bolt
01 Jul, 2022
New Oxford Handbook of China Innovation co-edited by Xiaolan Fu
01 Jun, 2022
Ikuno Naka wins inaugural DSA PhD thesis prize
31 May, 2022
New book by Francesca Lessa explores transnational terror and struggles for justice in South America
12 May, 2022
Refugee-Led Research Hub holds inaugural Refugee-Led Research Festival
11 May, 2022
ODID, St Antony’s to launch new scholarship to encourage candidates from Latin America
05 May, 2022
Francesca Lessa and project partners to develop new online resource on Operation Condor
21 Apr, 2022
Vyoma Dhar Sharma awarded Special Commendation for essay on social medicine
09 Mar, 2022
Two years on, COVID threatens to derail prospects for a generation in Global South, Young Lives reports

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15 Sep, 2022
'A Tale of Two Middle Easts'. Adeel Malik writes for Project Syndicate about the impact of rising global commodity prices for Middle Eastern states
16 Aug, 2022
'Operation Condor: why victims of the oppression that swept 1970s South America are still fighting for justice'. Francesca Lessa writes for the Conversation
28 Jul, 2022
'Should there be freedom of movement between African countries?'. Loren Landau discussed some of the barriers in a debate for Debating Africa
28 Jul, 2022
'Should there be freedom of movement between African countries?'. Loren Landau discussed some of the barriers in a debate for Debating Africa
17 Jun, 2022
'Why Russia may be taking Ukrainian children'. Francesca Lessa and Svitlana Chernykh examine precedents from Spain and Argentina in a post for The Monkey Cage blog
01 May, 2022
'How informal sector organisations in Zimbabwe shape notions of citizenship'. Kristina Pikovskaia writes for the Conversation
19 Apr, 2022
‘As a Latin saying goes, I do not consider anything that is human as alien to me. Therefore, I start with an issue in the real world, and then study it by means of whichever method seems best’. Read Joerg Friedrichs talking about his work as a researcher and teacher in an interview for Chinese organisation Dialogue Programme
19 Apr, 2022
‘As a Latin saying goes, I do not consider anything that is human as alien to me. Therefore, I start with an issue in the real world, and then study it by means of whichever method seems best’. Read Joerg Friedrichs talking about his work as a researcher and teacher in an interview for Chinese organisation Dialogue Programme
19 Apr, 2022
'Asylum plan ignores viable alternatives'. Alex Betts co-authors piece for The Times in response to the UK's plan to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda

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