WEBINAR – The Politics of Building State Capacity in Africa: What Role for ‘Pockets of Effectiveness’?
Dr Marja Hinfelaar, SAIPAR Associate Professor Abdul-Gafaru Abdulai, University of Ghana Dr Badru Bukenya, Makerere University Chair: Professor Sam Hickey,
Director of UNU-WIDER, Professor Kunal Sen is a world leading expert in development economics and led on ESID's research into
Role Alesha is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto, an incoming professor
Dr Eyob Gebremariam, London School of Economics Dr Tom Goodfellow, University of Sheffield Professor Diana Mitlin, Global Development Institute Chair:
Prerna Singh, Mahatma Gandhi Associate Professor of Political Science & International Studies at Brown University, USA Professor Yanzhong Huang, Director,
Developing countries have been more successful at widening access to education than raising learning outcomes partly because it is harder
Using case studies from research conducted in Nepal, Bangladesh and Uganda, this webinar reveals how powerful women are critical actors
Rethinking Asian geography involves making the case for “developmental Asia” as a region transcending the conventional divide between Northeast and
WEBINAR – Power, Populations and Development: How the ESID Political Settlements Database Explains Development Trends
12 November 2020 Recent ESID work has refined the idea of a political settlement and strengthened its social scientific footing.
WATCH – Webinar with Prof Sam Hickey: How Politics Shapes Development, the Importance of Context, Capacity and Coalitions
9 November 2020 What kind of politics help to secure inclusive development? After 9 years of research across 26 countries, summing
13 October 2020 We’re excited to announce a new ESID webinar series synthesising more than 9 years of research. Next
Zambia’s response to COVID-19 Part 3: Rising infections and falling confidence amidst increased authoritarianism
Our ESID Zambia experts reveal the latest developments in the political response to Covid-19 in Zambia In a provocative piece in