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Post-conflict transition in Burundi
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Refugee economies
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Diffusion of innovation in low income countries (DILIC)
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Marked out: histories of student protest in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe, 1957 to now
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Patterns, determinants, and effects of internal migration among young adults in Ethiopia, India, P...
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The risk crucible: managing multiple insecurities in the western Sahel
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To what extent is UNHCR's intervention in Afghanistan shaped by incentives in the humanitaria...
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Rethinking rural development: negotiation in agricultural and food systems
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Beyond greed and grievance: investigating the multi-causal factors of the Niger Delta conflicts...
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Margaryta Klymak
Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics
Emre Eren Korkmaz
Departmental Lecturer in Migration and Development
Pramila Krishnan
Professor of Development Economics
Ian Madison
Research Student
Zaad Mahmood
Departmental Lecturer in South Asian Development and Politics
Adeel Malik
Globe Fellow in the Economies of Muslim Societies and Associate Professor
Sana Moyeen
Research Student
Ricardo Nogales Carvajal
Research Officer, OPHI
Alejandro Olayo Mendez
Research Student

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25 Oct, 2018
New article co-authored by Diego Sánchez‐Ancochea explores segmentation in Latin America's social policy
01 Nov, 2018
New article by John Gledhill analyses 'opportunities' as driver of armed conflict
12 Oct, 2018
Douglas Gollin gives keynote at 20th annual BIOECON conference
12 Oct, 2018
New book by alumnus Rajesh Venugopal: Nationalism, Development and Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka
15 Jan, 2018
New book by alumnus Indrajit Roy: Politics of the Poor
20 Sep, 2018
Half of world’s poor are children, according to new OPHI/UNDP figures
20 Sep, 2018
New book by Joerg Friedrichs explores India’s approach to Hindu-Muslim relations
17 Sep, 2018
Simukai Chigudu wins Audrey Richards Prize for best African Studies doctoral thesis
20 Aug, 2018
New RSC report compares self-reliance and aid models in two Kenya refugee settlements

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16 Jan, 2018
'Ability versus aspiration'. Young Lives findings on educational aspirations and school effectiveness survey cited in India ASER report
19 Dec, 2017
'There are chinks in the armour and the Congress for the first time is beginning to see some light through those chinks'. Nikita Sud comments on results of legislative elections in Gujarat for WION TV
15 Dec, 2017
The Jordan Compact – 'an extraordinary pilot from which there will be many lessons'. Alexander Betts quoted in Guardian about a scheme to facilitate employment of Syrian refugees in Jordan
14 Dec, 2017
'To Mr Modi's credit he hasn't destroyed it, but he is not the originator of it'. BBC quotes Nikita Sud in article exploring Indian leader Narendra Modi's development model in Gujarat
12 Dec, 2017
'Emmanuel Macron a profité du vide laissé par les États-Unis depuis l’arrivée de Donald Trump'. Corneliu Bjola quoted by La Croix in article that explores how California is taking note of French leadership on the climate
11 Dec, 2017
'Women are half of society, so focusing on them is critical'. Nikita Sud quoted in Bloomberg article on attempts by Indian leader Narendra Modi to target women voters
04 Dec, 2017
'Can the broken Saudi economic model be reformed?'. Adeel Malik writes for TRT world
23 Nov, 2017
'There is huge amount of skill and talent in the young, particularly in the diaspora in the region'. Christopher Adam interviewed on BBC Radio 4's Today programme about Zimbabwe's economic potential post-Mugabe
22 Nov, 2017
Zimbabwe's public health crisis. Simukai Chigudu interviewed on BBC World

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