In this research we seek an understanding of the political drivers of economic growth through explaining the political dynamics around the transition from one growth phase to another – that is, the political determinants of growth collapses, maintenance and accelerations.
|Kunal Sen||Seiha Heng|
|Markus Eberhardt||Robert Osei|
|Mirza Hassan||Matthew Tyce|
|Lant Pritchett||Michael Walton|
|Selim Raihan||Brian Levy|
|Eric Werker||Jonathan Said|
|Sabyashachi Kar||Badru Bukenya|
This research investigates how educational outcomes in developing countries are shaped by politic and in particular the way in which the nature of the political settlement shapes the quality of basic education.
|Sam Hickey||Edward Amratwum|
|Naomi Hossain||Mirza Hassan|
|Abdul Gafaru Abdulai||Franklin Oduro|
|Tim Kelsall||Seiha Heng|
|Tim Williams||Brian Levy|
|Robert Cameron||Matt Chennells|
|Ursula Hoady||Vinothan Naidoo|
|Mare Sarr||Lawulle Shumane|
|Anne Mette Kjær||Nansozi K. Muwanga|
This research investigates what determines the success of public sector reform in some places but not in others. We look at this by examining the interactions between the ruling coalitions and policy coalitions that advocate reform.
|Pablo Yanguas||David Hulme|
|Abdul Gafaru Abdulai||Daniel Appiah|
|Henry Chingaipe||Benjamin Chemouni|
In this research we investigate the governance of new oil finds in Ghana and Uganda and compare between two types of political settlement.
|Anthony Bebbington||Paul Mosley|
|Tomas Frederikson||Denise Humphreys Bebbington|
|Abdul Gafaru Abdulai||Cynthia Sanborn|
|Marja Hinfelaar||Elisa Arond|
|Juan Luis Dammert|
In this research we relate maternal health policy uptake and implementation to countries’ political settlements. We ask how political settlements influence progress in maternal health and how can better results be acquired under different political settlements.
|Simeen Mahmud||Tim Kelsall|
|Seiha Heng||Abdul Gafaru Abdulai|
|Fred Galooba Mutebi|
This research investigates how politics shapes the adoption and implementation of two policies relating to women’s gender equity: legislation on domestic violence and policies aimed at promoting girl’s basic education.
|Sohela Nazneen||Beatrix Allah Mensah|
|Rhoda Osei-Afful||Asmit Basu|
|Jennie Burnet||Jeanne D’Arc Kanakuze|
|Lilian Artz||Josephine Ahikire|
|Amon Ashaba Mwiine|