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Moral Economies, Economic Moralities

29 July 2016
Theo Papaioannou, keynote address, Doing Social conference image

If all economies are both political and moral, what does this mean for the relationship between the three? IKD members look for some answers.

Ecuador’s Earthquake: Reconstruction For or With the People? - Philipp Horn

13 June 2016
Quito, Ecuador's capital city image

As Ecuador responds to its worst humanitarian disaster in decades, will govt follow a top-down, or a more participatory, reconstruction approach?

The Effects of the Investment Environment of GMS Countries on Chinese Enterprise Performance

6 July 2016

International Development seminar presented by Professor Bin Xiong and based on an empirical study of Chinese investment in Cambodia and Lao PDR.

Informality as a Continuum: Evidence from Four Furniture Manufacturing Clusters in Kenya

4 May 2016
Richmond Atta-Ankomah OU Informality as a Continuum seminar image

Richmond Atta-Ankomah argues that the informal sector is inherently heterogeneous, and informality is best described as a continuum.

Bridging Indigenous and Scientific Knowledge

4 July 2016

In the same way that some World Bank staff now openly critique neoliberalism, is the scientific establishment, too, starting to recognise its own limitations?

July ID@OU Newsletter

7 July 2016
July ID@OU newsletter image

In July's issue: non-state security in Tanzania & the dangers of romanticising 'traditional' security, plus how free OU resources are helping to support water projects in Ethiopia.