Latest news from ODID
DFID funds new STEG research programme
Professor Douglas Gollin is research director for a new £12 million DFID-funded programme, Structural Transformation and Economic Growth (STEG), which aims to support research that provides a deeper understanding of the fundamental economic processes of structural change and productivity growth in low- and middle-income countries. Read more.
New Director for Young Lives
We are delighted to announce that Andy McKay has been appointed as the new Director of Young Lives, the longitudinal study of childhood poverty that has been based at ODID for over 15 years. Professor McKay joins us from the University of Sussex. Read more.
Oxford Development Talks
Videos from our recent series, Oxford Development Talks, which feature our core academics and showcase the best of Oxford thinking on development, are now available to view on our Youtube channel.
Forced Migration Review
The latest issue of Forced Migration Review is now available. It includes two main feature themes, one on Climate crisis and local communities and one on Trafficking and smuggling, plus a short collection of articles presenting early reflections on COVID-19 in the context of displacement. Read it here.
Crossley, Noele (2020) ‘The African Union and Human Protection: Towards a Regional Protection Regime’, African Security
Fu, Xiaolan (with Xiaoqing (Maggie) Fu, Qun Bao, Hongjun Xie) (2020) ‘Diffusion of Industrial Robots and Inclusive Growth: Labour Market Evidence from Cross-Country Data’, Journal of Business Research
Goodwin, Geoff (2020) ‘Fictitious Commodification and Agrarian Change: Indigenous Peoples and Land Markets in Highland Ecuador’, Journal of Agrarian Change
Scott-Smith, Tom (with Mark E Breeze) (eds) (2020) Structures of Protection? Rethinking Refugee Shelter, Berghahn BooksSud, Nikita (2020) ‘Making the political, and doing politics: unfixed land in an Amoebal Zone in India’, Journal of Peasant Studies