25 May 2018 Watch highlights of a recent in conversation event with Pablo Yanguas, author of Why We Lie About
21 May 2018 What limits the impact of foreign aid programmes? If frontline workers had freedom to experiment, could aid
Join us on 23rd May, 4.30 - 6.00 pm, G7 Lecture Theatre, Humanities Bridgeford Street Building
14 May 2018 Tom Lavers A drive of little more than an hour from the eastern edge of Tigray into Afar
3 May 2018 Tom Kirk, Researcher at the LSE's Centre for Public Authority in International Development Every so often you
INVITATION TO AN EVENT – A chance to see global experts on aid Pablo Yanguas and Daniel Honig in conversation..
To register for this event visit: https://aidtalk.eventbrite.co.uk
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
New article in World Development: Why has Rwanda achieved the top health insurance enrolment in Sub-Saharan Africa?
11 April 2018 ESID researcher Benjamin Chemouni has published his research on social protection as an open access article
2 April 2018 We are thrilled that ESID researcher Tim Williams’s paper on the politics of education policy in
29 March 2018 Lant Pritchett For at least a couple of decades NGOs and others in developing
27 March 2018 ESID Research on the politics of governing Ghana's oil has been published as an article, Party politics and
21 March 2018 Listen to Diana Mitlin interview Pablo Yanguas about his new book Why We Lie About Aid which is out now
21 March 2018 Everyone at ESID is saddened to hear that Simeen Mahmud recently passed away. Simeen was head of the
19 March 2018 Pablo Yanguas Pablo's provocative new book Why We Lie About Aid, is described by ODI Principal Research Fellow
8 February 2018 Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) are pleased to announce a new SPERI paper edited by Matt
On 9 February, ODI are holding an event on the politics of growth, featuring our researchers and discussing our recent
20 December 2017 Vinothan Naidoo is a Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and Administration at the University of Cape Town. He
12 December 2017 Today, the ESID team, including Tom Lavers, Sohela Nazneen and Sam Hickey, are at UNRISD in Geneva,
4 December 2017 Experts on the politics of education from Ghana's Centre for Democratic Development, Mohammed Awal and Franklin Oduro investigate the
28 November 2017 This year's Adrian Leftwich Lecture is by Prof William Ferguson on Collective action for greater equality. Join
16 November 2017 While most developing countries have experienced boom and bust growth, why have Thailand and Malaysia experienced sustained growth?