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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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Indigenous sovereignties: a study of political plurality in Ecuadorian Amazonia
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Producing Material and Consuming Immaterial Diets: A socio-historical study of food delivery work...
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Constitutions of citizenship in the post-colonial context: The spatial and political legacies of b...
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Visions of Life: The Creation of Postcolonial Screen Cultures in Africa
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Land for Industry: State-Society Relations in Agrarian Maharashtra
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A party-state derailed: The techno-politics of infrastructure and bureaucracy in EPRDF’s Ethiopia...
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Property inheritance, the state and class reproduction in Johannesburg, South Africa
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Pathways to post-extractivism in Latin America
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Redesigning agrifood systems
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Christopher Adam
Professor of Development Economics
Aisha Ahmad
Research Student
Rakib Akhtar
Research Student
Saja Taha Al Zoubi
Visiting Researcher and Postdoctoral Fellow, Christ Church
Jocelyn Alexander
Professor of Commonwealth Studies
Ruben Andersson
Professor of Social Anthropology
Masooda Bano
Professor of Development Studies
Nora Bardelli
Research Student
Lennart Bolliger
Research Student

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20 Jan, 2021
Francesca Lessa writes opening chapter of Uruguay human rights report
10 Dec, 2020
New article by Susanne Verheul analyses 'sensory politics' of courts in Zimbabwe
19 Jan, 2021
New article by David Jackman explores role of student movements in Bangladesh
30 Jan, 2021
New article co-authored by Douglas Gollin explores differences in productivity across farms in Africa
01 Feb, 2021
Executive Secretary of ECLAC to speak on climate emergency in Latin America
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12 Jan, 2021
New book by Diego Sánchez-Ancochea explores inequality in Latin America
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30 Nov, 2020
New book by Jessie Barton-Hronešová explores redress for victims of Bosnian war
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23 Nov, 2020
COVID deepens inequalities for poorest young people in developing countries, research shows
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23 Nov, 2020
COVID deepens inequalities for poorest young people in developing countries, research shows

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23 Feb, 2021
'Why are India’s farmers angry? | Start Here'. Nikita Sud contributes to a primer from Aljazeera English about farmer protests in India
15 Feb, 2021
'Myanmar: memes and mantras of a new generation of democracy protesters'. DPhil Richard Dolan writes for the Conversation
10 Feb, 2021
'Can Addis Ababa stop its architectural gems being hidden under high-rises?'. DPhil Biruk Terrefe writes for the Guardian
04 Feb, 2021
'Class cancelled: how Covid school closures blocked routes out of poverty'. Young Lives research features in the Guardian
28 Jan, 2021
'We have to learn to see land with a more nuanced lens'. Nikita Sud speaks to Firstpost about her new book
16 Jan, 2021
'Billionaires-Led ‘Gilded Age’ Comes Under Attack in Modi’s India'. Nikita Sud cited in Bloomberg article on farmer protests in India
06 Jan, 2021
'What will it take to end Indian farmers' protests?'. Nikita Sud speaks to Al Jazeera's Inside Story about continuing protests against deregulation of India's agriculture sector
03 Dec, 2020
How will Indian PM Narendra Modi deal with angry farmers?. Nikita Sud spoke to Al Jazeera's Inside Story about farmer protests in India
08 Oct, 2020
'A year after Nobel, Abiy tries to beautify a divided Ethiopia'. DPhil Biruk Terrefe writes for France24

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