What next for the political economy of development in Africa? Facing up to the challenge of economic transformation
Download pdf Working paper 163 David Booth The forthcoming final conclusions of the Effective States and Inclusive Development (ESID) programme
Working paper 152 Download pdf Badru Bukenya Although most public water utilities in developing countries perform poorly, some have achieved
How did the West get China wrong? Annual ESID Adrian Leftwich Memorial Lecture by Professor Yuen Yuen Ang
17 October 2018 ESID together with the Global Development Institute is delighted to be welcoming Dr Yuen Yuen Ang, Associate
Working paper 103 Download pdf Lars Buur and Padil Salimo In the view of international donors, multilateral organisations and government
16 November 2017 While most developing countries have experienced boom and bust growth, why have Thailand and Malaysia experienced sustained growth?
16 November 2017 Rapid economic growth in developing countries is usually put down to good economic institutions. But many developing
15 November 2017 Eric Werker is Associate Professor at Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University in Canada. He is also
Dr Brendan Halloran 27 February 2017 I recently reviewed The Politics of Inclusive Development for The Journal of Development Studies.
7 October 2016 In part two of our podcasts on ESID's story so far, James Robinson gives his opinion on
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 Dr Tim Kelsall 19 August 2016 Last weekend the 2016-17 English Premier League kicked off, with one of the
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 Tim Kelsall This post first appeared on Fragile States This article aims to give some advice
24 June 2016 Tell us a bit about your background I grew up in Manchester, went to university in Oxford
19th April 2016 The Global Development Institute are taking a lead role in convening seven panels at
29 February 2016 Chris Lyon The secret has been out the bag for a while now. Time was when the
4 August 2015 Professor David Hulme, ESID's CEO, introduces this new edition of Governance, Management and Development: Making the State
10 June 2015 Research findings from ESID's project on donor use of political analysis have now been published in the
9 June 2015 By David Hulme, Debora Malito, Antonio Savoia and Gaby Umbach. Most scholars and policy-makers agree that the