A series of policy-relevant research briefs designed to summarize messages emerging from research conducted within these different groups.
IDPM Working Papers
The Institute regularly publishes a variety of working papers, most of which are available online free of charge.
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Development Economics and Public Policy Series
|34/2012||Does Local Financial Development Matter for Entrepreneurship in the Informal Sector? Evidence from India (Vinish Kathuria, Rajesh Raj S N and Kunal Sen).|
|33/2012||Do We See Convergence in Institutions? A Cross-Country Analysis (Antonio Savoia and Kunal Sen).|
|32/2012||The Labour Share of Income around the World. Evidence from a Panel Dataset (Marta Guerriero).|
|31/2011||Productivity Measurement in Indian Manufacturing: A Comparison of Alternative Methods (Vinish Kathuria, Rajesh Raj S.N. and Kunal Sen).|
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Development Informatics Series
|51/2013||ICTs and Social Movements under Authoritarian Regimes: An Actor-Network Perspective (Richard Heeks & Ryoung Seo-Zindy)|
|50/2012||Mobile Phones for Agricultural and Rural Development: A Literature Review and Future Research Directions (Richard Duncombe).|
|49/2012||Women’s ICT Sector Employment in Developing Countries: Dualism of Rhetoric vs. Reality in the Case of Sri Lanka (Sharon Morgan).|
|48/2012||Understanding Mobile Phone Impact on Livelihoods in Developing Countries: A New Research Framework (Richard Duncombe).
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iGovernment - Information Systems, Technology and Government Series
|22/2012||Steering e-Government Projects from Failure to Success: Using Design-Reality Gap Analysis as a Mid-Implementation Assessment Tool (Lemma Lessa, Solomon Negash & Mesfin Belachew).|
|21/2011||A Framework for Assessing Privacy Readiness of e-Government (Kristof Kessler, Nils Hettich, Chadley Parsons, Craig Richardson & Anny Triana).|
|20/2010||Analysing e-Government Project Failure: Comparing Factoral, Systems and Interpretive Approaches (Carolyne Stanforth).|
|19/2009||Understanding Adoption of e-Govrnment: Principals, Agents and Institutional Dualism (Richard Heeks & Rita Santos).|
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Brooks World Poverty Institute Working Papers
|181/2013||Have natural disasters become deadlier? (Raghav Gaiha, Kenneth Hill, Ganesh Thapa and Varsha S. Kulkarni)|
|180/2013||Poverty and development thinking: synthesis or uneasy compromise? (David Hulme)|
|179/2012||Fighting discrimination: W. Arthur Lewis and the dual economy of Manchester in the 1950s (Paul Mosley and Barbara Ingham)|
|178/2012||Urban poverty in Bangladesh: causes, consequences, and coping strategies (Nicola Banks)|
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Chronic Poverty Research Centre (CPRC) Working Papers
|169/2010||Ethnic minority poverty in Vietnam (Bob Baulch, Hoa Thi Minh Nguyen, Phuong Thi Thu Phuong, Hung Thai Pham).|
|160/2010||Mothers' human capital and the intergenerational transmission of poverty (Jere R. Behrman, Alexis Murphy, Agnes Quisumbing, Kathryn Yount).|
|159/2010||Inheritance and the Intergenerational Transmission of Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa: Policy Considerations (Elizabeth Cooper).|
|158/2010||Testing a poverty trap mechanism with Tsimane' panel data (Emilie Purge).|
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Global Urban Research Centre (GURC) Working Papers
|8/2012||Land tenure and urban conflict: A review of the literature (Melanie Lombard)|
|7/2011||The importance of assets in current development debates: Millennium Development Goals, social protection and climate change (Caroline Moser and Alfredo Stein)|
|6/2010||Climate change adaptation in Lusaka, Zambia: A case study of Kalingalinga and Linda Compounds (Danny Simatele)|
|5/2010||Implementing Urban Participatory Climate Change Adaptation Appraisals: A Methodological Guideline (Caroline Moser and Alfredo Stein)|
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ESID Working Papers
|19/2013||Donors, Development Agencies and the use of Political Economic Analysis: Getting to grips with the politics of development? (Laura Routley and David Hulme)
|18/2013||Institutions, Incentives and Service Provision: Bringing Politics Back In (Brian Levy and Michael Walton)
|17/2013||Methods in Governance Research: A Review of Research Approaches (Lawrence Sáez)|
|16/2012||Developing the guts of a GUT (Grand Unified Theory): elite commitment and inclusive growth (Lant Pritchett and Eric Werker)|
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Centre for Organisations in Development Working Papers
|9/2013||Implementation of the OECD DAC Principles in South Korea: Implications for Future DAC Member States (Sojin Lim)|
|8/2012||Performance Management in Provincial Administration in Thailand (Nicha Sathornkich and Derek Eldridge)|
|7/2012||Institutional Bottlenecks and Poor Service Delivery: A Case of Missing Linkages in the District Government System in Pakistan (Iram A Khan and Asad K Ghalib)|
|6/2011||Employee Participation in INGOs in Kenya: A Middle Way? (Carol Brunt and Willy McCourt)|
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