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
14 September 2020 ESID experts Tim Kelsall and Sam Hickey provide a clear and essential guide to political settlements analysis.
12 June 2020Farwa Sial The global oil industry is experiencing major shocks as the Covid-19 pandemic endures. The challenge to the
6 February 2020 Listen to ESID researcher, Sohela Nazneen, in conversation with economist and gender specialist,
Sohela Nazneen 19 December 2019 This blog features Sohela's ESID work on gender and was originally published by The
9 August 2019 Lant Pritchett This post was first published on Harvard's State Capacity Blog. In the book
3 April 2019 Tim Williams Based on Dr William's research published in World Development, this post was originally featured as
25 March 2019 M Niaz Asadullah & Antonio Savoia This post was first published in The Conversation
12 February 2018 Our Research Director, Professor Sam Hickey, is this week featured on The UN Global Dispatches Podcast. He talks
17/1/19 Brian Levy This post was first published on Brian's blog Working with the Grain When does
Antonio Savoia and David Hulme explore what we know and what we should ask next about developmental convergence.
7 August 2018 Watch our ESID researcher in Rwanda, Dr Benjamin Chemouni, on his new research into pockets of effectiveness
14 May 2018 Tom Lavers A drive of little more than an hour from the eastern edge of Tigray into Afar
30 April 2018 Mirza Hassan and Selim Raihan What's responsible for the high and stable growth rate in Bangladesh?
23 April 2018 Amdissa Teshome An independent consultant and social science researcher, Amdissa Teshome reports from Addis Ababa with
29 March 2018 Lant Pritchett For at least a couple of decades NGOs and others in developing
4 December 2017 Experts on the politics of education from Ghana's Centre for Democratic Development, Mohammed Awal and Franklin Oduro investigate the
2 November 2017 Sabyasachi Kar is author of the insightful book The Political Economy of India's Growth Episodes with Kunal
Kunal Sen 5th October 2017 The underlying political settlement within countries too often provides political elites with insufficient
7 August 2017 Professor Sabyasachi Kar is a key contributer to ESID's work on the politics of economic growth. He has just
GDI Phd candidate Sally Cawood talks about some of her observations during field work in Bangladesh. Read ESID research on
Abdul Gafaru Abdulai 12 June 2017 Why are some mineral-dependent countries able to translate natural resource wealth