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?
Dr Tim Williams 24 August 2016 When it comes to children’s education in Rwanda, the government is oriented towards action:
By Dr Tim Kelsall 19 August 2016 Last weekend the 2016-17 English Premier League kicked off, with one of the
Pablo Yanguas 19 August 2016 In two weeks I will be storming Philly’s city centre as part
Pablo Yanguas 16 August 2016 DSA 2016 is upon us, and if you are around Oxford on
David Hulme 16 August 2016 I am just back from Japan – a delightful visit with colleagues
Lean Alfred Santos 10 August 2016 This blog was first published on Devex.com An investment commitment in the right
Anna Webster 8 August 2016 Leading academics and policy experts, including India's top public intellectual, Dr Pratap
Selim Raihan 1 August 2016 Better economic and political institutions matter in reversing growth collapse. Democratisation and improving
29 July 2016 Alan Hudson, Executive Director, Global Integrity The World Bank will produce their World Development Report
Jim Brumby, World Bank 26 July 2016 New ESID research asks how political institutions affect tax capacity in developing economies.
25 July 2016 Our Research Director Professor Sam Hickey delivered this seminar to The Development Policy Centre at Australia National University on
5 July 2016 One of the questions that Sophie King is researching is what shapes commitment to reducing urban poverty
5 July 2016 Tim Kelsall This post first appeared on Fragile States This article aims to give some advice
Diana Mitlin and Sophie King talk about their collaborative research on the needs of disadvantaged groups in cities across Uganda.
LISTEN – Beyond add women and stir: Can political settlement analysis take on a stronger gender focus?
29 June 2016 In this podcast, Naomi Hossain of IDS interprets a paper by Sohela Nazneen and Sam Hickey on