ODID, Oxford, January 2024
Longitudinal evidence and policy influencing by Young Lives have directly informed legislative change to prohibit and eliminate marriage with minors in Peru. Read more.
Associate Professor Amir Lebdioui has won a $550,000 award to kickstart a research and policy engagement programme on green economic transformation in Latin America. Read more.
In a long read for the Conversation, Professor Nikita Sud visits Indonesia’s nascent Rempang ‘ecocity’ and argues that the rush for green energy is further marginalising the marginalised. Read more.
Associate Professor Adeel Malik spoke about how special interest groups have scuppered efforts to liberalise trade in Pakistan in an interview for Tabadlab. Watch here..
Professor Loren Landau explored the causes and history of anti-immigrant violence in South Africa in an interview with the Borders & Belonging podcast. Listen here.
Controlling the Capital: Political Dominance in the Urbanizing World, Tom Goodfellow and David Jackman (2023), Oxford University Press
Digital International Relations Technology, Agency and Order, Corneliu Bjola and Markus Kornprobst (eds) (2024) Routledge
‘Social Protection and Foundational Cognitive Skills during Adolescence: Evidence from a Large Public Works Program‘, Richard Freund, Marta Favara, Cath Porter, and Jere Behrman (2023), World Bank Economic Review
‘Can Redistribution Change Policy Views? Aid and Attitudes toward Refugees in Uganda‘,Travis Baseler, Thomas Ginn, Robert Hakiza, Helidah Ogude-Chambert and Olivia Woldemikael (2023) Center for Global Development Working Paper