DSA2016: Politics in Development
Critical agency in digital development
Digital politics, institutional logics and development
The digital politics of development and anonymous online power
The dialectics of open development
Identity, transparency and other visibilities: A liquid surveillance perspective of biometric identity.
Unique identification number to a billion Indians: Envisioning Aadhaar as a promoter of governance and development
From open data to empowerment: lessons from Indonesia and the Philippines
Political power and digital payments in a government social social cash programme
U.S. foreign policy and the internet: chronicling the shift from circumvention to connectivity
What is free about free basics?
The networkers of outrage: a demographic survey of Indonesian Twitter activists
The struggle for digital inclusion: phones, healthcare, and sharp elbows in India
Institutional isomorphism and organized hypocrisy in aid information management systems (AIMS): the case of Indonesia
Configuring the users adapting the system: participation and ICT4D in Afghanistan
Digital technologies, power, and intermediaries in Myanmar and India
Public representations of refugees and the power of a warm welcome
'The Infiltrator' versus 'the Refugee': exploring new forms of solidarity and their limitations within the Israeli asylum regime and beyond
Refugee video games: a persuasive procedural rhetoric?
Media framing of Syrian refugee crisis in British national newspapers in 2015
On diplomats and diasporas: the use and abuse of digital technology in world society
The best of times, the worst of times: how ICTs influence migration and diaspora diplomacy
From imagined communities to virtual communities: how African embassies utilize Facebook for diaspora diplomacy
Who needs a road if the helipad delivers? Disentangling the wilderness of state and market expansion in an Amazonian frontier.
The engineering mystique: Egypt and the infrastructural imaginary
Sisyphean dilemmas of development: contrasting fantastic and ordinary infrastructure trends in Maputo, Mozambique
Aligning water, time, and chemical infrastructures in Sri Lanka's Mahaweli irrigated agriculture systems
China's export of infrastructure-led development: here comes Noah's Arc?
'This road takes you to development': State, buen vivir and post-neoliberalism in Ecuador
Driving development from below: community politics and development projects in the Bolivian altiplano
The contradictions of 'Make in India' through markets: the political economy of space and speed in India's solar energy sector
The politics of the 'toilet': lesson learned from a direct-fund channeling program to village level in Papua Province, Indonesia
Government plans on hold: an ethnographic study of cultural heritage discourse and infrastructural development in rural ethnic China
Smoke and mirrors? Challenging categories in global childhood and youth research
The 'criminal child' in the politics of childhood: a look at social profile of apprehended minors within the Indian juvenile justice system at the intersection of marginality, poverty and illiteracy
Media use and young people's political trust in China
Beyond manipulation: children in extractive industries controlled by non-state armed groups
Against the rules? Which rules? Navigating regulatory discourses of pregnancy in Mozambique
Child marriage and early childbearing in India: social norms and structural inequalities
Salir adelante: a look into how teenage pregnancy is experienced in the city of Monterrey, Mexico
"How can we possibly raise our children without beating them?": negotiating socio-cultural norms in developing protective environments for children in Tanzania
Young people navigating the politics of the informal economy in Zimbabwe
Exploring peace education in Colombia: purposes and practices of the peace core subject
How do students negotiate development? "Education for All" and (agro-)pastoralism in southern Ethiopia
P07 Reclaiming the political: reflections on the tactics and strategies of actors in the quest for just and sustainable food governance
Access to seeds: lessons from the access to medicines debate
Challenging post-political nature of global food security governance: strategies from the Committee on World Food Security
The agrarian strike strikes back: agrarian negotiations in Colombia and the food sovereignty movement
Food sovereignty, food security and democratic choice: critical contradictions, difficult conciliations
P08 Technological change and governance in the global south: politics, paradigms and pathways for sustainable development
Governing from behind the market: examining the impact of donor rents on state capacity and technological development in Trinidad and Tobago
Sustainability implications of spatial shift in the global capitalist economy for development paradigms
Regional developmentalism in West Africa: the case for commodity-based industrialisation through regional cooperation in the cocoa-chocolate production
Industrialization in times of China: understanding the demand-side dynamics of manufacturing sector development in Angola
P09 Poverty dynamics: shame, blame and responsibility [Multidimensional Poverty and Poverty Dynamics (MDDP) Study Group]
Do feelings of shame undermine children's development?
Responsibility and the constraints of human mind: the inherited social and cultural capital
Opportunities in education: are factors outside individual responsibility really persistent? Evidence from Indonesia, 1997-2007
When the 'Bien Común' means living without: the normalization of poverty
Changes over time in multidimensional poverty: methodology and results for 34 countries
Discrepancy between two approaches to global poverty: what does it reveal?
The persistence of child poverty and deprivation in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Gender and multidimensional poverty in Nicaragua: an individual-based approach
Are contextual factors responsible for the effects poverty eradication and human development policies?
Attributions of responsibility to poor people in two Chilean Conditional Cash Transfer programmes.
Unconditional cash transfers and multidimensional poverty of rural-urban migrants in Indonesia
Universal Credit, working responsibility and income poverty
Travel philanthropy and sustainable development: a critical assessment of a contested relationship
From local to global: building partnerships with indigenous communities in the tourism sector to strengthen the governance of biodiversity creating inclusive opportunities.
NGOs and tourism scholarship: moving the research agenda forward
Tourism as a development trigger in the Italian peripheral areas: reality or wishful thinking?
The political economy of international dive tourism
"They didn't start it and they want to start their own and complete": the Elmina 2015 Strategy and the politics of tourism-led local economic development planning
Utopia or Dystopia? The development of Kavos, Corfu, into a tourism destination and the impacts on the local community; a pseudo-longitudinal study from 2003 to 2016
The politics of community based tourism in Uganda: perspectives on power and governance in Bigodi wetland sanctuary
Oil production: a blessing or a curse? The case of Sudan (2000-2013)
Rethinking policy and practice for leisure mobility in a post-COP21 world
"Energy": the underplayed driver of deforestation under REDD+ in Sub-Saharan Africa
The international politics of low carbon development
Novel problems require novel solutions: exploring the prospects and limits of adaptive collaborative management (ACM) for REDD+
Climate governance in earth democracies: epistemic alternatives after Capitalocene (an Indian case study)
Justice beyond the politics of low carbon development: how the rights of nature can promote intra- and intergenerational equity?
P13 The political economy of inclusion: poverty and the precarious 'new middle' in developing countries
Development and inequality in the African lions
Social class, life chances and vulnerability to poverty in South Africa
Understanding an emerging vulnerable group in Chile: out of poverty but in risk of being in poverty again
The threat of Syrian refugee resettlement on Lebanese consociationalism
The displacement of Palestinian refugees from Syria to neighboring countries
New crisis, old reflexes: Turkey's role in the EU's refugee crisis management
The evolution of Israel's asylum regime
Sport and the Sustainable Development Goals: explaining Paragraph 37
Integrated and indivisible? Using the example of sport to interrogate the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Sustainable development through sport? Critical insights from an international research project on the sport for development and peace sector
Semiotic (de)construction of "Sport-for-Development-and-Peace" (SDP): a fallacy of equivocation
P17 Political settlements and prospects for institutional transformation: re-thinking state- and peace-building in situations of fragility
The role and responsibility of foreign aid in recipient political settlements
Political settlements as complex social systems: moving beyond the inclusive institutionalism paradigm
Researching political settlements empirically: more than nailing jelly to the wall?
Institutions, political settlements and the analysis of conflicts
Burning the tent down: political settlements and armed group inclusion in the democratic republic of Congo
Elites, power and security: all for the few and the few for themselves?
Conflict sensitivity and pathways out of fragility: testing the limits for sustaining political settlements in conflict-prone countries
Internationalized political settlements: understanding Uganda's wars at home and abroad
Beyond the politics of plunder: Philippine coconut levies through the lens of 'political settlements'
Facing conflict barriers in the implementation of Colombian inclusive business: a peace-building approach
The political settlements in Lebanon
Malawi's political settlement: crafting poverty and peace, 1994-2014
P18 South-South cooperation and the post-2015 development agenda: divergence or convergence between new players and traditional actors? [Rising Powers Study Group]
The Path toward Common Ground: Reviewing the 'New Actors in International Development' Research Agenda
South South Cooperation and Hegemonic Order in a Post-Aid Era
South-South cooperation and horizontality - differences in aid modalities? The case of Brazil in Mozambique
The influence of providers of South South Cooperation on traditional Northern donors: The reactions within the USA and the UK
Brazil, China, India and South Africa´s development cooperation approaches in health: a critical analysis of Southern expertise as transnational policy transfer sites.
The BRICS effect: The impacts south-south cooperation has on cooperation practices in Mozambique
Old and new relations between Brazil-Japan and Triangular cooperation: The case of ProSAVANA
China and India as 'Rising Powers': of Methods and Possibities between dialogic and dialectics
P19 The politics of environment and natural resource governance and livelihoods [Environment, natural resources and climate change Study Group]
"Not all land is the same": how land deals are changing access to natural resources and local practices in Mozambique
Measuring the role of governance in environmental upgrading: the case of Kenyan horticulture farmers
The political economy of small-scale fisheries and the growth of aquaculture on Lake Victoria: emerging limitations to sustainable and inclusive development
Advocating for change? How a civil society-led coalition influences the implementation of the forest rights act in India
Pipeline projects and rural politics: examining rural reactions to Kenya's LAPSSET corridor
How does corporate social responsibility affect national politics? The case of mining in Ghana, Peru and Zambia.
Chinese hydropower dams go global: a political ecology of the Asian drivers' perspective
Making sense, making place: climate change narratives in rural Zambia
Greening like a state: Ethiopia's green economy as "high modernism"
Analysing the multi-level landscape of renewable natural resources governance: a framework
The politics of impact assessment in framing community 'development' in extractive projects
P20 Psy-expertise and the new politics of the personal in international development [Wellbeing and Psycho-social perspectives Study Group]
Development policy and psy expertise: A review
Changing the mind and behaviour of the poor at work: Political subjectivity of low-end service workers in India's corporate sector
What are the policy implications of aspiration traps?
Institutions as living mechanisms: rethinking institutional and political economy analysis
Motivation, identity and values: a turn to a more individual-focused public sector management
The politics of leadership and elite interactions in bureaucratic reforms: Why relational leadership matters for sustainable organisational change
Amplifying accountability by benchmarking results at district and national levels
Transnational agency and mechanisms in the adoption of social protection in Kenya
'Municipal entrepreneurs': local political interests in the delivery of urban public goods in Kumasi, Ghana
P22 NGOs and the corporate sector: the political-economy of partnership [Business & Development Study Group]
The current inevitability of corporate domination; a perspective from complexity theory
The political economy of partnerships: the partnership between Coca-Cola, TechnoServe (NGO) and the Gates Foundation
Partnership and North-South power: perspectives from African philanthropy
Political economy of INGO- private sector partnerships: the case of transforming the war-torn agricultural economy of Northern Sri Lanka
Tackling corruption: can't we do better?
Why do states establish anti-corruption agencies? Drivers of institutional diffusion
Getting the (right) message? Is the fight against corruption increasing voter apathy?
Does decentralisation just decentralise corruption? The political economy of corruption and multilevel governance
The role of elite alliances in subverting efforts to eliminate corruption in Pakistan
The normative topography of anti-corruption in Central Asia: the interdependence of formal and informal rules, procedures, and institutions
Is interventionist regulation a path to corruption? A study on the outcomes of the privatization process of the telecommunication sector in Brazil, Germany, Italy and Mexico
Destructive competition in Petro populist structure: evidences from Iran
P24 China and the rising powers as development actors: looking across, looking back, looking forward [Rising Powers Study Group]
Rising powers and the emergence of the global development era: a geographical perspective
Rising powers in the geopolitics of development: historical lessons from Bandung and Bretton woods to Nieo
Globalism versus regionalism in China's trade policy
South-South cooperation and the new rhetoric of development - a response to the past and a vision for the future
The use of "history" in Brazilian South-South cooperation
History and political imaginaries: Brazilian development workers in Mozambique
Chinas impact on regional integration and development in the African Union
Focac and the politics of China-Africa development cooperation: a critical assessment
Unpacking African agency: the role of bureaucratic minorities in Africa-China infrastructure projects' negotiations: a case study of Benin
Understanding a terminological paradox: conceptualising government-organised non-governmental organisations (GONGOs)
Development experience sharing as a new paradigm of South-South cooperation
South-South cooperation on low-carbon development: a case study of China's involvement in South Africa's renewable energy development
Tapping into rubber: Chinese development cooperation in Southeast Asia
'The art of bossing': the impact of muscular politics on everyday lives across South Asia
Un-natural resources, crime and and party politics in India
Understanding urban order in Bangladesh: gangsters, violence and party politics
Bureaucratic politicisation & governance in Punjab, Pakistan
Size matters? industrial policy and the political economy of small firm promotion in Tanzania
Sources of wealth inequality or agents of economic complexity? A study of business groups from a state-business relations perspective
The small island that could: the private sector as a source of Mauritius' high regulatory quality
P27 The new politics of development in Africa: extractive industries, global wealth chains and taxation
Shaping policy decisions in poorly regulated natural resource rich countries: The lobbying games of domestic and foreign companies in Tanzania
Managing the resource curse: a survey experiment on expectations about gas revenues in Tanzania
How do voters respond to information on elite behaviour? Evidence from a randomized survey experiment in Tanzania
"Liberating" mining in Eastern DR Congo from the war economy: reformalisation or the formalisation of informality?
Country by country reporting and expert activists in global wealth chains
Elite behaviour and citizen mobilization
Creating and building a post-conflict fiscal state through global wealth chains: a case study of Somaliland
P28 Political or apolitical; powerful or powerless? NGOs, politics and power [NGOs in Development Study Group]
The UK's development sector in a changing environment
Testing institutional resilience over time: grassroots initiatives and political change in Egypt
One Concept, Two Perspectives? Donor and State Interpretations of Local NGOs in Vietnam
Non-profit sector in Kazakhstan: current developments and challenges
Development politics and social character of NGOs: a study of Bundelkhand region of Northern India
'We have to be creative': NGO financing in insecure times
Sleight of hand or real empowerment? Exploring NGO legitimacy and accountability in the context of beneficiary feedback mechanisms
Knowledge struggles in NGOs: the case of introducing story-based evaluation
INGOs, their Southern partners and the poor: (re)defining the power relationships between them?
Manoeuvring political realms: supporting the struggle through funding social change
P29 Politics of the poor [Development Politics Specialist Group of the Political Studies Association]
Between democratisation, development and dignity: tracing the working of informal politics in Bihar over the course of an election
JZ: politics as usual?
Informal democratization: patronage networks and access to public services in Indonesia and India
Between contestation and acceptance of the social order: the politics of poor Dalits in rural South India
Falling clientelism or regime-change effect? Benefit incidence of India's employment guarantee programme: a panel data analysis from West Bengal, India
Karamojong women and the extremes of insecurity
Delivering justice to the poor: theory and experimental evidence from Liberia
Does legal aid services delivery improve access to justice in fragile states? Lessons from an impact evaluation of a large scale legal aid programme in Burundi
Boko Haram and the crisis in North-East Nigeria
The struggle for 'normality' within a continuum of violence: an everyday view from the Peruvian Amazon
Moving toward "home": love and relationships in the aftermath of war and displacement
Crisis as a catalyst for social transformation: women's civic and political engagement in Somalia
Parallel states, public services, and the competition for legitimacy in Kosovo
Networks of Support and Associative life in eastern DR Congo
Community-based health insurance in DRC
Wartime speculation: land acquisition and property rights institutions in Eastern Congo's urban centers
Transnational livelihoods and the Somali diaspora
Losing and remaking home following conflict and displacement
Mobility in crisis: Sub-Saharan migrants in Libya
Institutional design, neopatrimonialism, and the politics of aid in Afghanistan
Aiding State Building: Afghanistan after 9/11
Mercenaries, missionaries and misfits: competition in the aid marketplace in Afghanistan
Conditions for international legitimacy in indigenous policy processes: comparing Afghanistan's provincial budgeting policy and sub-national governance policy
Village level politics and the national solidarity programme in Afghanistan
Structural Violence in Afghanistan: Evidence from Herat and Kandahar
The politics of the labour market in Afghanistan
Frontiers of development: conflict and change at the margins of the state
Beyond borderland blindness? Rethinking development at the margins
Mediating the margins: post war state reform, reconstruction and brokerage in eastern Sri Lanka
Hinged Cities: towards an integrative understanding of asymmetry and imbalance in urban borderlands
Borderlands and a political history of aid to Nepal
The politics of counterinsurgency and statemaking in the margins of modern India
Developments in the borderlands: powerful elites emerging in the Ethiopia's northeastern frontiers
Humanitarianism and its strategical appropriations in the garbage dump of Mae Sot (Thailand)
P36 The politics of the migration-development nexus: re-centring South to South migrations [Migration, Development and Social Change Study Group]
Borders and the migration & development nexus
Capabilities, development, and rights in South-South migration: the case of the Burmese diaspora
Balancing Act - Turkish migration policies in development: strengthening migration politics in Turkey
'Outsiders' in France, 'Westerners' in the gulf: motives for expatriation in the professional trajectory of second-generation French graduates of North African descent
Neoliberal territorial design in South America since IIRSA
Remittances as tool for rural development in Kerala?
South-South infrastructure investment and the emergence of genomic development
The causes of regional development disparities: differences between developed and developing countries
P38 The end of the commodity super-cycle and its implications for oil- and mineral-exporting countries
The role of credit through subsidies in Brazilian commodities super cycle: securitization and the distortion of the industry
Like an orangutan in a penguin suit: Lessons from the management of natural resource revenues in Colombia, 2000-2015
Counter-cyclical Macroeconomic Policies of Mineral Dependent Economies in SSA: A Comparative Assessment
The Natural Resources Curse and Economic Growth: The impact of oil revenue on Iran's Economic Growth
Built to last? the commodity super-cycle and the fragility of black economic empowerment in South Africa's mining sector
Implications of lower oil prices
The end of the commodity super-cycle and its implications for the DR Congo
Peru: the political economy of unsustainability
The elusive quest for an inclusive city: Critical reflections on 'smart, inclusive and sustainable cities'
Changing the politics of the state towards more inclusive cities: experiences from two cities in India
Sustainable Cities and Educational Inclusion: examining the relationship between skill acquisition and employment outcomes in Indian cities.
The politics of resilient cities: social inclusion in new regimes of urban environmental governance
The New Urban Agenda of Inclusiveness & Sustainability: A Case Study of 'Smart Cities Mission' in India
Poor households, urban slums and the sustainable city - some reflections
Gender Budgeting for Women's Well-being in Local Administrations in Turkey: An Assessment of Sustainability
The Intimate State: Ward members' experiences of everyday politics in Dehradun, India
Citizenship, Advancement and the Uncertain Promises of Buen Vivir: Ecuadorian engagement with Correa's Revolution in Living Well
Contested Relations between Vivir Bien as State Policy and the Coloniality of Everyday Bureaucratic Practices in Bolivia
Buen Vivir in Ecuador: rethinking social heterogeneity
Party Organization and Policymaking in Ecuador
Contesting Vivir bien: the treatment of fringe politics in Bolivia
Re-affirming the Ñandereko: a new way of development among guarani people. The case of Autonomía Guaraní Charagua Iyambae in the Bolivian Chaco.
Towards inclusive development: The case of the Ecuadorian co-operative movement
Public Policies and the Spaces for Good Life
P41 Oil, politics and state-led development [Development Politics Specialist Group of the Political Studies Association]
Too Big to Be Watched? The Political Control over Central State-Owned Enterprises in China
Towards a Sustainable Resource Governance Regime in Ghana: An Investigation into the Political Dynamics of Institutional Development and Performance
Merits and demerits of the Chadian petro-developmental state
Ghana's Hydrocarbon Industry: A Look Backward and Forward from the Perspective of Coastal Communities
Reflections on young people in Karamoja, Uganda sharing their strength, creativity and livelihoods
Young people in the lead: Global Young Researchers designing, implementing, and analysing their own research in local contexts, as part of a global research project
Using participatory group workshops to explore structural processes of poverty with rural youth in Malawi and Lesotho
The Story Project; sharing experiences of youth-centred research
Getting on by getting along: social and material struggles among female entrepreneurs in postcolonial Kampala
Women and Casual Employment in the Bangladesh Readymade Garment Industry
'Now that I have money, my father loves me': Social relationships, money, and violence in the lives of female sex workers in Eastern India
Young, male and volunteering: changes in the nature of unpaid labour in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Class Distinctions in Women's Experiences of Achieving a Work-Life Balance: Paid Domestic Workers and their Employers in Lagos, Nigeria
Universalising Universalism: Conceiving of Universalism in Social Policy For Global Application Beyond Welfare State Typologies
The determinants of universal social policy in the South
Has Latin American Become More Inclusive?
What forms of social protection assisted with progress towards the Millennium Development Goals?
Segmented Policy, Segmented Outcomes? Young People's Schooling and Long-term Poverty Reduction in Brazil's Bolsa Família Programme
Do Education Quasi-Markets Work? Unravelling the political economy and effects of a seeming ´innovative´ social policy
"Don't give money to the lazy": The moral functions of wage labour and the rejection of cash transfers, from above and below, in South Africa
The pensions trajectories towards universalism in Latin America: a new policy driver on pension reforms?
P46 The politics of 'looking good' whilst 'doing good': Understanding the role(s) of media in international development [Media and Development Study Group]
Institutional histories of C4D in UNICEF
The politics of 'doing good' against 'looking good' in development programs for and about women
Good news for philanthropy? A study of the changing production processes at IRIN
Negotiating 'looking good' whilst 'doing good': Development research as public intellectual participation within an interstitial and transnational field
Communicating to improve the use of development research: an imperative to do good or to look good?
Serve God, Save Earth: A Muslim Spiritual Perspective to Sustainability
Challenges and Opportunities facing Muslim FBOs in implementing the SDGs
Universal basic education in Nigeria: can religious actors make a difference?
Engaging development with religious traditions: Methods, pitfalls and stories in the case of SDGs 12-13 and the Catholic Church
"Postneoliberal governments" in Latin America and Buen Vivir ("Good Living"): Tensions within a counterhegemonic process
Convergences between the Indigenous cosmovision of Sumak Kawsay in Ecuador and the degrowth narratives
Creating dissensus in a Post-Political era: The case of "Buen Vivir" in the Andes of Peru
Dams & Discourse Theory
Smoke and Mirrors: Postdevelopment as a teaching tool
Is there space for bottom-up approaches in education within development policies?
A critical reexamination of post-conflict educational theory: a South African case study
The psychologization of the development intervention: The 2015 World Development Report 'Mind, Society and Behavior'.
"Dangerous Bodies": Securitisation, Containment and Everyday Resistance in Sierra Leone
Regional identity after the Arab Spring: re-sticking the Moroccan island to the African continent?
P50 Labour as method for the study of development in South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America
'The sweatshop regime: garments, exploitation, and labouring bodies made in India'
Labour, State and Society in Rural India: A Class-Relational Approach.
"Taken for a ride: Grounding neoliberalism, precarious labour and public transport in an African metropolis" (OUP, forthcoming)
Methodology for studying the well-being of poor people in Bangladesh
The burgeoning service sector: a peril or panacea for Pakistan?
Empty Layers and Contested Zone: Workers politics in Indonesia's democratic transition
Improving labour conditions of female textile workers in South India - Lessons from Japanese historical experience
Informal labourers and Dignified Lives in Central India
Justice in bioeconomy via responsive natural resources governance?
Breaking bad in a commodity frontier: The bioeconomy of castor production in the deep-south of Madagascar
Shaping Adaptive Capacity in Northern Ghana: Political Economy in Agricultural Development Interventions
Shifting epistemic authority under networked agricultural production in Argentina
An analysis of the gendered determinants of food insecurity in northern Mozambique
Business Response to Food Price Spikes: A case study of cash crop wage workers
Do boys eat better than girls in India? Longitudinal evidence from Young Lives
Making the right to food justiciable: Prospects for India
Clashes between liberalized agriculture market, and pro-poor ag-innovation promotion: A case study on impacts of Genetically Modified (GM) maize adoption in South Africa
Drivers of Food System Change and Dietary Transition in LMICs
Impact of Cash-based programmes on poor agro-pastoral households in the Bay region of Somalia: A structural path analysis
Patterns of food consumption and crop commercialization in Uzbekistan agrarian change: Is cotton in competition with quality Food?
P53 Ten years on…re-imagining microcredit, or re-arranging the deckchairs? The role of microfinance, and how it is provided, in delivering the MDGs and its promise to deliver the SDGs
The shift from microfinance to financial inclusion - what does it mean?
Financial Inclusion: A Resolution of the Ethical Shortcomings of Microfinance, or a Reprise?
Financial Inclusion in the UK: what does ethical finance look like?
P54 Thinking and working politically in practice: learning from success and failure and the implications for future research
Nigeria - How has political economy thinking informed DFID's programming since 1999?
Learning about Success and Failure in Development Programming using a Thinking and Working Politically Approach: Lessons from the Facility for Oil Sector Transparency (FOSTER) in Nigeria
Supporting public financial management in conflict-affected situations: Adapting to change in the Occupied Palestinian Territories
Thinking and working politically - macroeconomic and fiscal mangement in Sierra Leone
Bureaucratic strategies for overcoming capacity constraints: the case of climate change mitigation
P55 Migration, life transitions and socio-political inequalities [Migration, Development and Social Change Study Group]
A sense of distance and belonging. Comparing young adults´ rural-urban migration in Upper Austria and northern Thailand
The mobility history of an Ethiopian village: Connecting past, present, and future migration trajectories
Inter-generational Transfer of Human Wellbeing from a Gender and Life Course Perspective: The case of Latin American migrant mothers and their daughters in London, UK.
Entitlement Programmes for Garnering Votes? The Impact of Local Elections on Targeted Social Expenditures in Decentralised Indonesia, 2001-2012
Is Partisan Alignment Electorally Rewarding? Evidence from Village Council Elections in India
Determinants of Cash Transfer Program Adoption in Africa
Taxation after the Commodity Boom: Argentina, Chile and Brazil
ON THE DETERMINANTS OF SOCIAL PROTECTION EXPENDITURE IN A CROSS SECTION OF DEVELOPING NATIONS
Schooling and labour market impacts of Bolivia’s Bono Juancito Pinto
Natural resources, electoral behaviour and social assistance in Latin America
Navigating trade-offs: Risk and uncertainty in democracy promotion
Economic Expertise, Selectivity, and the Politics of Aid Effectiveness: The Case of Governance Indicators in US Development Finance
Reducing Risks and Safeguarding People Amid Complexity, Uncertainty and Change
Results-based financing and risk: one approach does not fit all
Ecosystems-based adaptation: are we being conned? Insights from political ecology
Climate Change and Vulnerable Coastal Communities in Ghana.
Climate change mitigation and large Chinese hydropower dams: a political ecology of the Asian drivers' perspective
Effects of Climate Change on City's Liveability and Livelihood Options in Ethiopia
An unlikely champion of global finance: Why is China exceeding international banking standards?
The Political Economy Of Emerging Market Sovereign Bonds: Narrowing the policy space?
Financial globalization and money: interrogating the link between monetary regimes, financial risk and formal financial participation in Pakistan
Embrace, Adapt or Eschew? African Governments Navigating Global Banking Standards
Regulatory harmonization between the Brazilian and the international financial systems: the drivers, the consequences and the effects on the accountability of the Brazilian Central Bank
The politics of state governance in global production networks: insights from the South African fruit crisis.
Should GVC policies target locally-owned firms? A tale of two sectors from Malaysia
Upgrading in South-South Global Value Chains: How participation in different trade-trajectories affect suppliers in the Kenyan leather sector
Global decisions and local realities: the politics and policies of upgrading and their implications in agricultural global production networks
Virtual Production Networks: Fixing Commodification and Disembeddedness
Labour control and the labour question in commodity chains: exploitation and disciplining in Senegalese export horticulture.
Putting the Public back into Private Governance - The Importance of Public Policy for Labour Standards in Apparel and Footwear Global Production Networks
CSR standards in China: Social upgrading and industrial policy goals in GPNs
Smith, Young and Hirschman: industrial development and division of labour
A study of how ideas can travel: What shaped the idea of development in Indian Political Economy, 1870-1906
The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Model of Development in Ghana
The Changing Space for Social Policy in Industrialization Initiatives in Tanzania
Critiquing development pessimism in the age of neoliberalism: experiences from Ethiopia and Vietnam
Caloric unequal exchange in Latin America and the Caribbean
Structural and geo-economic analysis of global value chains for productive transformation strategies
Global Value Chains and the Middle Income Trap
Recruitment in Global Supply Chains - A Source of Economic Betterment or Degradation?
The Impacts of Globalization on Rural Poverty
Discussion of feminist development alternatives
Looking back to move forwards: reclaiming feminism for GAD
Bringing women's voices to the debates on women's participation and empowerment
Development, Maternalism, and Women's Social Citizenship: A Case Study of India, 1985-2015
P65 Service delivery and statebuilding in fragile and conflict-affected situations: What, who, why and how?
Experiences with community score cards in Morocco: strengthening state legitimacy through social accountability?
Are public services the building blocks of legitimacy?
Public services as a source of state legitimacy: A long-term, two-way perspective on education and state (de-)legitimation in Sri Lanka
Liberia, Ebola, and the Pitfalls of Single-Minded State-building Objectives: Legitimizing Liberian Authority 'Below' and 'Outside' the Post-War State
Addressing the refugee crisis in Lebanon: Can better service delivery improve social stability?
From building camps to sustaining cities in Jordan: opportunities and challenges for urban sanitation in the face of migration
Moving nowhere - schooling for a low caste community in Jaffna town.
Critiquing dominant approaches to capacity building as part of statebuilding efforts
The Meaning of Civic Innovation as Social Transformation
Being a citizen without a state - Applications of the civic innovation concept in conflict settings
Land reform, land grabbing and the Filipino peasant women' struggles
Contesting the State: Egypt's Committee Movement
Theorising Active Citizen
Institutional Bricolage and Civic innovation: the case of community-driven 'appropriation' of Water Users Associations in rural Morocco
Mapping sex workers' struggles for labor rights
The Chinese Dream - Industrial worker relationship to entrepreneurism - A viable solution to reduce precarity or only a mirage?
Prioritising short term results at the cost of long term structural change
Negotiating effectiveness: the case of a transnational advocacy evaluation
The disempowering discourses of impact evaluation: who is excluded and how?
Prefiguration and participatory measures of progress
Inequality matters, but how should we measure it?
Measuring Multidimensional Poverty: Dashboards, Union Identification, and the Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI)
Measuring the Hidden Contours of The Global Knowledge Economy with a Digital Index
The Developmental State of the 21st Century: Accounting for State and Society
Roundtable Power Dynamics: A Case Study of the Scotland-Malawi Partnership
Dynamics of rentier bureaucracies: why Abu Dhabi is more committed than Qatar to the international partnership on climate change
A vehicle for SDG implementation? Understanding UNDP Partnership Agreements with emerging development partners
The role of moral frameworks in global health partnerships: a case-study on worms.
Is there a need to decolonlize international health research partnerships?
Real or perceived? Power asymmetries in an academic partnership programme that seeks to globalize sustainability scholarship
Preventing 'partnership', perpetuating dependence: The detrimental effects of knowledge hierarchies on international cooperation
Global Partnerships for Sustainable Development? Comparing the Cases of Climate Change, Education and Heath.
Navigating Institutional Constraints: How Local Cadres Deal with Water Scarcity in Yunnan
Hydropower conflicts in the resource frontier: how local communities resist Chinese hydropower projects
China came, China built, China left?: The Sarawakian experience with Chinese dam building.
The political ecology of China's policy on international wildlife trade from Africa
Chinese overseas oil investments and African growth: Motives, mechanisms and outcomes
Chinese Geothermal Financing to Kenya: Stakeholders Analysis on Aid Coordination and the Environmental Implications
Capturing the Rains: A Comparative Study of Chinese and World Bank financed hydro-projects in Cameroon
Going beyond 'politics matters': New insights into how politics and power shapes development
P71 Problems of representation in democratic transitions: the contested role of civil society organisations
'Double capture' and de-democratisation: Interest group politics and Uganda's 'transport mafia'
Building democracy from below: lessons from Western Uganda
Organising and Representing the Poor in a Clientalistic Democracy: The Decline of Radical NGOs in Bangladesh
Representation and Resistance in Democratising States The Role of Civil Society Organisations
Anti-Corruption in Adverse Contexts: A Strategic Approach
Guatemala: Transformation against the odds?
Using survey experiments to examine the effects of civil service designs on corruption in developing countries
Financialisation and development
Social protection in the Arab region: An assessment of emerging policy discourses and impacts
The state, inequality and the political economy of long-term food aid in Sudan
East Asian development policies: between economic nationalism and regionalism
Teaching and learning in the tropics: An epistemic exploration of 'the field' in a development studies fieldtrip
From Survival to Decent Work: Supporting Home-Based Enterprises in Santiago de Chile
When the Politics of Religion and Development Clash: The National Women Development Policy in Bangladesh
Youth and the politics of land in Africa: What can be learned from eastern Uganda?
The impact of sources of funds on lending rates in microfinance: Empirical observations from panel data