ODID, Oxford, February News
ODID have launched a series of videos exploring the impact of the COVID pandemic and its aftermath on key global issues, and how this is shaping research in development studies. First is Professor Diego Sanchez-Ancochea on inequality.
From dialect recognition systems to matching tools, multiple new technologies are being used to expedite decision-making in the ‘management’ of migrants and asylum seekers in Europe – but who actually benefits? Derya Ozkul introduces a new report.
- Open Access Beggar Bosses on the Streets of Dhaka by David Jackman in Journal of Contemporary Asia
- Open Access Public investment and human capital with segmented labour markets by Ed Buffie, Christopher Adam, Luis-Felipe Zanna, Lacina Balma, Dawit Tessema and Kangni Kpodar in Oxford Economic Papers
- Open Access Humanitarian Assistance as Performance? Expectations and Mismatches Between Aid Agencies and Refugee Beneficiaries by Naohiko Omata in Ethnos
- Loss-of-learning and the post-Covid recovery in low-income countries by Ed Buffie, Christopher Adam, Luis-Felipe Zanna and Kagni Kpodar in Journal of Macroeconomics