LSE ID March news
Celebrating the history of the Department of International Development at LSE:
The Department of International Development launched a short film on the brief history of the Department of International Development at LSE and its achievements in the last 30 years, featuring voices from past and current faculty, as well as notable alumni. The video was filmed in 2019 in celebration of the department’s 30th Anniversary.
LSE-Fudan University Research Workshop on “China and the Global South”:
On 8 November 2022, the Research Workshop on China and the Global South was held online, jointly organised by the LSE International Development, Institute for Global Public Policy (IGPP) of Fudan University, the LSE Global South Unit and the LSE Global China Working Group. Read reflections from the event from Mayling Birney Global Scholar, Gregory Chin and Head of the Department, Kathy Hochstetler.
Watch back: Financing the Future book launch:
On Wednesday 8 February the Department hosted an event to launch a book by Chris Humphreys, Financing the Future: Multilateral Development Banks in the Changing World Order of the 21st Century which also featured speakers Kathrin Muehlbronner, Natalya Naqvi and Ken Shadlen. Watch it back on YouTube.
Ethnographic Solutions to Inequalities in South Asian Advice Ecosystems:
Listen to a conversation between Professor David Lewis and Dr Nilanjan Sarkar, Deputy Director, LSE South Asia Centre about the new research project “Ethnographic Solutions to Inequalities in South Asian Advice Ecosystems” which draws critical attention to this shift, exploring the effects of these changes on existing inequalities, including inequalities of access and widening rural and urban inequity. Listen on LSE South Asia Centre’s Soundcloud.
Citing Africa Series 3:
The Citing Africa podcast investigates knowledge production about and from the African continent. Series 3 continues to examines the ways ideas and biases become hegemonic within international organisations working in African countries, focussing on how knowledge and technology shape economic and social development. Listen on LSE’s streaming platform.
Fonseca, Elize Massard da, Shadlen, Kenneth C. and De Moraes Achcar, Helena (2023) Vaccine technology transfer in a global health crisis: actors, capabilities, and institutions. Research Policy, 52 (4).
Assouad, Lydia (2023) Rethinking the Lebanese economic miracle: the extreme concentration of income and wealth in Lebanon, 2005–2014. Journal of Development Economics, 161.
Strong, Joe, Coast, Ernestina, Freeman, Emily, Moore, Ann, Norris, Alison H., Owolabi, Onikepe and H. Rocca, Corinne (2023) Pregnancy recognition trajectories: a needed framework. Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters.
Mladovsky, Philipa (2023) Mental health coverage for forced migrants: managing failure as everyday governance in the public and NGO sectors in England. Social Science & Medicine, 319.
Mladovsky, Philipa, Prince, Ruth, Hane, Fatoumata and Ridde, Valery (2023) The primacy of politics in neoliberal universal health coverage policy reform. A commentary on ‘financing and provision of healthcare for two billion people in low-income nations: Is the cooperative healthcare model a solution?” by William C Hsiao and Winnie Yip. Social Science & Medicine. ISSN 0277-9536
Eckl, Julian and Hanrieder, Tine (2023) The political economy of consulting firms in reform processes: the case of the World Health Organization. Review of International Political Economy.
Kirk, Thomas, Green, Duncan, Stys, Pat and Mosquera, Tom (2023) Adaptive Programming and going with the grain: IMAGINE’s new water governance model in Goma, DRC. Development Policy Review.
Kresch, Evan Plous, Walker, Mark, Best, Michael Carlos, Gerard, François and Naritomi, Joana (2023) Sanitation and property tax compliance: analyzing the social contract in Brazil. Journal of Development Economics, 160.
Dalitso Kangaude, Godfrey, Macleod, Catriona, Coast, Ernestina and Fetters, Tamara (2022) Integrating child rights standards in contraceptive and abortion care for minors in Africa. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 159 (3). 998 – 1004.