GDI February 2024 news
Catch up with the first instalment of the GDI Webinar series: Never let a crisis go to waste: Speculation, rent-seeking and rent-extraction in the food sector (youtube.com).
GDI are continuing their Community of Practice series on Friday, 16th February on Sharing Stories and Conversations About the Practicalities of Supporting Migrant- and Refugee-Led Organisations . A blog examines the GDI rationale for running online communities of practice.
- Tanja Bastia published a chapter with Nicola Piper (2023), ‘Gendered migration in the Global South: An intersectional perspective on inequality’, in Heaven Crawley and Joseph Teye (eds) Palgrave Handbook of South-South Migration and Inequality, Palgrave, available open access.
- Oliver Bakewell also contributed to the Palgrave Handbook of South-South Migration and Inequality, co-authoring a paper with Giulia Casentini and Laura Hammond on ‘Poverty, Income Inequalities and Migration in the Global South’.
- Sam Hickey published two ESID working papers – ‘The politics of taxation in Uganda: The role of Uganda Revenue Authority’ and ‘The politics of central banking in Uganda: Exploring the rise and fall of Uganda’s premier “pocket of effectiveness”’.
- Antonio Savoia has had an article accepted in World Development – ‘Is there a fiscal resource curse? Resource rents, fiscal capacity, and political institutions in developing economies’.
- Charis Enns published ‘Settler Ecologies and the Future of Biodiversity: Insights from Laikipia, Kenya’ with Brock Bersaglio in Conservation and Society. This open access paper is an accompaniment to their forthcoming book, Settler Ecologies.