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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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The Readymade Garment Productivity Project
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Political settlements analysis of inclusive growth in Africa
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Migration and humanitarian aid along the migration corridor in Mexico
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Nigeria Research Network
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Gender Asset Gap Project
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Rethinking domestic and international finance for HIV
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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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Sana Moyeen
Research Student
Asa Mudzimu
Research Student
Ricardo Nogales Carvajal
Research Officer, OPHI
Alejandro Olayo Mendez
Research Student
Rachel Outhred
Senior Education Researcher, Young Lives
Rachel Outhred
Senior Education Researcher, Young Lives
Rachel Outhred
Senior Education Researcher, Young Lives
Robtel Neajai Pailey
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
Shannon Philip
Research Student

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06 Nov, 2019
RSC publishes report in Somali to aid dissemination to refugee and host communities
08 Oct, 2019
New article co-authored by Cheryl Doss explores household decision-making in rural Senegal
07 Oct, 2019
Refugee Economies programme publishes four new reports
30 Sep, 2019
Cheryl Doss named Honorary Fellow of African Association of Agricultural Economists
26 Sep, 2019
Conference co-convened by Geoff Goodwin explores Latin American infrastructures
21 Sep, 2019
Geoff Goodwin speaks on water research at AgroCultures conference in Brazil
17 Sep, 2019
Felipe Roa-Clavijo wins top Colombian social science prize
11 Sep, 2019
ODID alumnus Mark Gilks publishes MSc thesis on the nexus between Islamophobia and security
02 Sep, 2019
Xiaolan Fu appointed to 2019 Newton Prize committee

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22 Jan, 2020
'Coexistence and strife'. Joerg Friedrichs' book 'Hindu-Muslim Relations' reviewed in The Hindu
22 Jan, 2020
'No country for the needy: Bosnia fails to house its displaced'. Jessie Barton-Hronesova comments for Balkan Insight
10 Jan, 2020
'In India, a more repressive and ham-fisted regime has shown every sign of buckling down on protests'. Nikita Sud quoted in Bloomberg article on the differing US responses to the quelling of protests in India and China
10 Jan, 2020
'In India, a more repressive and ham-fisted regime has shown every sign of buckling down on protests'. Nikita Sud quoted in Bloomberg article on the differing US responses to the quelling of protests in India and China
08 Jan, 2020
'Textbook authoritarianism Is playing out in India'. Nikita Sud writes on the limits to India's authoritarian turn under Modi for the Wire
10 Dec, 2019
'The author teaching children about corruption'. Robtel Neajai Pailey is interviewed by the BBC's Focus on Africa
10 Dec, 2019
'Balkan authoritarian leaders benefit from problems in the EU'. Jessie Barton Hronešová interviewed by Radio Free Europe
06 Dec, 2019
'Secularism under siege'. Joerg Friedrichs writes for Madras Courier
26 Nov, 2019
'US no longer thinks Israeli settlements are illegal – this is a green light for more Palestinian displacement'. Anne Irfan writes for The Conversation

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