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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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Barriers to youth employment in South Africa
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Negotiating agency: Women's health-seeking behaviours and experiences in India
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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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Environmental ethics of indigenous people in the Amazon region
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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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Global soldiers in the Cold War: making Southern Africa’s liberation armies
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Christopher Adam
Professor of Development Economics
Geraldine Adiku
Research Student
Aisha Ahmad
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Rakib Akhtar
Research Student
Olanshile Akintola
Research Student
Saja Taha Al Zoubi
Visiting Researcher, Gender and Forced Migration Tutor, Christ Church College
Jocelyn Alexander
Professor of Commonwealth Studies
Asha Amirali
Research Student
Ruben Andersson
Associate Professor of Migration and Development

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14 Nov, 2019
New Young Lives project to share learning on challenges of longitudinal research
14 Nov, 2019
New Young Lives project to share learning on challenges of longitudinal research
14 Nov, 2019
New Young Lives project to share learning on challenges of longitudinal research
14 Nov, 2019
New Young Lives project to share learning on challenges of longitudinal research
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

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07 Nov, 2019
'In India, gods "flex their muscles" over scarce land'. Nikita Sud draws comments for Reuters on a legal case in India regarding land claimed by temples
08 Oct, 2019
'Modi's mega-rallies; political spectacle for the Indian diaspora'. Nikita Sud contributes to Al Jazeera's 'The Listening Post'
02 Oct, 2019
'It is very difficult to create consensus on education because the elite do not go to public schools'. Diego Sánchez-Ancochea interviwed by CNN Chile about his research on inequality in Latin America
27 Sep, 2019
'Better seeds could help African farmers grow far more'. The Economist cites research on high-yielding crops by Douglas Gollin and co-authors
06 Sep, 2019
'Fear and loathing under Modi’s second term'. Nikita Sud quoted in The Monitor
04 Aug, 2019
'What are you going to do at the policy and the practical level to ensure that there is some sort of making amends?'. Robtel Neajai Pailey comments on Ghana's commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the slave trade in the US as guest on BBC's Weekend
19 Jul, 2019
'Sorrows of the soil'. Nikita Sud's Lives of Land project features in the Hindu Business Line
11 Jun, 2019
'How to truly decolonise the study of Africa'. Robtel Neajai Pailey writes for Al Jazeera
07 Jun, 2019
'It's not just about the leadership of Weah, it's about the entire governance ecosystem'. Robtel Neajai Pailey speaks to Al Jazeera television about mass protests in Liberia

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