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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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Achieving upgrading in agro-based value chains. How participation in different trade trajectories...
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Macroeconomic dynamics in low-income countries
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Transportation costs, food markets, and structural transformation in Tanzania
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Frontiers of urban survival: everyday corruption and precarious existence in Lagos
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NGO advocacy and the struggle for representation: mining, conflict and performance in the Peruvian...
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An interrogation of public authority and tenure security in fast track resettlement farms in Zimba...
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Social networks, collaborations and high-tech cluster formation in an emerging country: the case o...
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Supporting police reform in Nigeria: learning from officers on the ground
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Understanding innovation in Low Income Countries
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Nika Soon-Shiong
Research Student
Nikita Sud
Associate Professor of Development Studies
Biruk Terrefe
Research Student
Rosemary Thorp
Reader Emeritus in Development Economics
Luis Vargas Faulbaum
Research Student
Susanne Verheul
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
Claire Walkey
Research Student
Caroline Wanjiku Kihato
Visiting Fellow
Lucie Qian Xia
Research Student

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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
01 Aug, 2018
New book by alumna Luisa Enria: The Politics of Work in a Post-Conflict State
20 Jul, 2018
New article by Georgia Cole explores use of 'sensitive' interview questions

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11 Oct, 2017
'India's top court rules sex with an underage wife is rape'. Reuters cites Young Lives report analysing census data on child marriage
16 Jul, 2017
'African-American art exhibition "Soul of a Nation" opens in London'. Robtel Neajai Pailey discusses new Tate exhibition on BBC World Service
27 Jun, 2017
'Indian Princely States'. Nikita Sud takes part in 'The Forum' from the BBC World Service as part of India's 70th anniversary celebrations
09 Jun, 2017
'From Russia with likes: embassy tweets prove a hit for Moscow'. Ilan Manor cited in Financial Times
09 Jun, 2017
Child Marriages Rising in Urban India, Declining in Rural. The Wire highlights study by Young Lives India and India's National Commission for Protection of Child Rights
10 May, 2017
'Gender gap in secondary education: Domestic chores the largest contributor, says study'. Young Lives research featured in scroll.in
04 May, 2017
'Fork in the River'. MPhil Gus Greenstein writes for Roads & Kingdoms/Slate on how dams are redefining life in the Mekong River basin
22 Apr, 2017
'Re-crafting the Israeli digital narrative'. Corneliu Bjola, Ilan Manor write for Jerusalem Post
12 Apr, 2017
'Can Uganda’s progressive refugee policies survive the influx of people fleeing South Sudan?'. Alexander Betts writes for the Conversation

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