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The politics of the Syrian refugee crisis
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‘State of Emergency’: The politics of Zimbabwe’s cholera outbreak, 2008-2009
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Valuation struggles in the Ecuadorian Amazon
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Agricultural development, mechanization and rental markets: theory and empirics from Ghana and Eth...
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The political economy of economic diversification in Nigeria
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Non-state actors and state building in divided societies: the case of Libya (1939-1970)
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Digital diaspora diplomacy
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Refugee youth: agency and aspiration
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Refugee economies in Uganda: creating new market-based opportunities
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Lucia Rost
Research Student
Andrea Ruediger
Research Student
Diego Sánchez-Ancochea
Professor of the Political Economy of Development
Ignacio Schiappacasse
Research Student
Greta Semplici
Research Student
James Simpson
Research Student
Nikita Sud
Associate Professor of Development Studies
Patrick Thewlis
Research Officer, CSIA
Rosemary Thorp
Reader Emeritus in Development Economics

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08 Jun, 2017
ODID DPhil co-convenes workshop on the Karen in transition
16 Oct, 2017
New project to explore productivity in Ethiopia's industrial parks
12 Oct, 2017
First Arab Multidimensional Poverty Report launched
10 Oct, 2017
Female Islamic Education Movements: new book by Masooda Bano
10 Oct, 2017
Female Islamic Education Movements: new book by Masooda Bano
10 Oct, 2017
Female Islamic Education Movements: new book by Masooda Bano
09 Oct, 2017
New Young Lives paper explores children’s experiences of violence
09 Oct, 2017
New Young Lives paper explores children’s experiences of violence
09 Oct, 2017
New Young Lives paper explores children’s experiences of violence

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04 Nov, 2016
‘India does not owe a friendly relationship to the UK because of colonialism'. Nikita Sud quoted extensively in Daily Mail
27 Oct, 2016
'India’s slow-brewing political storm is steadily gathering strength'. Indrajit Roy writes for The Conversation
19 Oct, 2016
'Beyond war and peace: migration management in Libya'. Julien Brachet writes for The Broker
18 Oct, 2016
'Why Uganda is one of the world’s most hospitable refugee destinations'. Alexander Betts speaks to PBS Newshour
17 Oct, 2016
'Why Britain cannot bank on India for post-Brexit business'. Nikita Sud writes for The Conversation
07 Oct, 2016
'Despite referendum failure, Colombia can still reach peace'. DPhil Felipe Roa-Clavijo writes for Positive.news
02 Oct, 2016
'Wooing India: Are the UK's charm offensives working?'. Nikita Sud writes for Oxford Today
30 Sep, 2016
'How to deal with autocratic nations'. Robtel Neajai Pailey interviewed for Deutsche Welle
29 Sep, 2016
'China’s G20 summit: how not to do message control'. Tristen Naylor writes for G7G20.com

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