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Decolonising knowledge and pluralising science
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Politics of the poor: banking on Universal Basic Income in India
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Barriers to youth employment in South Africa
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Consolidating power and shifting coalitions in Bangladesh
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Cities and dominance: urban strategies and struggles in authoritarian transitions
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Humanitarian Search and Rescue Interventions
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Beyond-human influences on the formation and transmission of environmental ethics in Amazonia
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Mobility, temporality, and Africa’s future politics
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Politics of victimhood: compensation for war victims in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Stephen Damianos
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Julie Dayot
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Severine Deneulin
Associate Fellow in International Development
Vyoma Dhar Sharma
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Xuechen Ding
Research Officer, Technology and Management Centre for Development
Imogen Dobie
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Cheryl Doss
Senior Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics and Associate Professor
Sherine El Taraboulsi-McCarthy
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Valpy FitzGerald
Professor Emeritus of International Development Finance

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22 Mar, 2021
New OPHI article analyses poverty in India using Multidimensional Poverty Index vs headcount ratio
22 Mar, 2021
New book by Nikita Sud explores complex role of land in India
19 Mar, 2021
New article co-authored by Loren Landau reflects on 'timespace trap' in Europe's response to African migration
19 Mar, 2021
New article co-authored by Loren Landau reflects on 'timespace trap' in Europe's response to African migration
19 Mar, 2021
New article co-authored by Loren Landau reflects on 'timespace trap' in Europe's response to African migration
17 Mar, 2021
New article by Francesca Lessa focuses on use of archives in human rights trials in Latin America
17 Mar, 2021
New article co-authored by David Jackman examines inter-party alliances among local leaders in Bangladesh
11 Mar, 2021
New paper co-authored by Xiaolan Fu examines how different forms of state ownership relate to innovation
05 Mar, 2021
New article co-authored by Chris Adam models alternative post-disaster financing mechanisms

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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
01 Oct, 2020
'Why are they going after Bollywood?'. Nikita Sud writes for scroll.in on authoritarian populist politics in India and its entanglement with the Bollywood film industry

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