The annual Adrian Leftwich Memorial Lecture took place yesterday, with a great lecture by Cornell University professor and leading expert
Dr Pritish Behuria and Dr Tom Goodfellow 11 November, 2016 To understand why growth is sustained in some developing countries
This new video featuring our Ghanaian researchers was made in Ghana and tells the story of the partnership between ESID
ESID recently hosted a symposium in conjunction with Makerere University in Kampala to present our latest research findings from Uganda. Titled 'Governing
ESID researcher Subhasish Dey recently delivered the below presentation, 'Is partisan alignment electorally rewarding? Evidence from village council elections in India'
ESID co-Research Director, Professor Kunal Sen, discusses the ways in which governance, politics and economic growth interact in this short
[caption id="attachment_6548" align="alignright" width="178"] Nic van de Walle[/caption] Join us on Wednesday 16 November for the Adrian Leftwich Memorial Lecture, an annual
Prof Robert Cameron and Dr Vinothan Naidoo 12 October 2016 Bridging the gap between improving access to primary and secondary
7 October 2016 We are delighted to announce that DFID has awarded the Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre
7 October 2016 In part two of our podcasts on ESID's story so far, James Robinson gives his opinion on
5 October, 2016 Dr Tomas Frederiksen is co-investigator on the ESID natural resources project, which tracks the politics of natural resources and inclusive development
Leading ESID researchers Sam Hickey, Sohela Nazneen and Kunal Sen present ESID's findings so far.. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/285828619" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="450"
James Robinson, author of Why Nations Fail, argues that politics of development research needs to move from the macro to
Brian Levy 21 September 2016 This post first appeared on Brian's blog Working with the Grain. The 2017 WDR (temporarily
By Pablo Yanguas 19 September 2016 This year's Development Studies Association meeting was the biggest that I have attended: a
14 September 2016 James Robinson was the discussant at our panel at the DSA Conference. Here he argues that although
By Pablo Yanguas 6 September 2016 On September 1st I was lucky to participate in a panel summarising ESID's core
Next week, many of us from the Global Development Institute and ESID will be at the Development Studies Association Conference hosted
Has Chhattisgarh done better than Jharkhand in promoting inclusive development? A political settlements analysis of two newly created mineral rich Indian states
Vasudha Chhotray 9 September 2016 Leading academics and policy experts recently met at the Centre for Policy
NEW VIDEO: Sam Hickey's Edinburgh lecture – What do you get from a political settlements perspective?