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Newsletter no. 6

Nov 2006

  • Qualitative and quantitative analysis of poverty Maia Green and Francis Teal
  • Is vote buying effective? Pedro Vicente
  • The Elgar Companion to Development Studies edited by David Clark
  • Why are they on the street? Street children in Bangladesh Alessandro Conticini and David Hulme
  • Economics of education Geeta Kingdon
  • Rural livelihoods in Ghana Francis Teal and Andrew Zeitlin
  • Behaviour in agricultural markets Ruth Vargas Hill
  • Remittances and poverty reduction in Zimbabwe Sarah Bracking
  • Jobs and poverty reduction Francis Teal
  • Nutrition and economic development in sub-Saharan Africa Alexander Moradi
  • New GPRG working papers

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Newsletter no. 5

May 2006

  • Inequality and development David Hulme and Francis Teal
  • Applying ‘Q Squared’ methods to further our understanding of poverty dynamics in Uganda David Hulme and David Lawson
  • Outcomes of education for pro-poor development Geeta Kingdon
  • Leverhulme Fellowship for David Hulme
  • Equity, opportunity and identity – GPRG Conference Oxford March 2006
  • Livelihood dynamics in planned and spontaneous resettlement in Hurungwe District, Zimbabwe Admos Chimhowu and David Hulme
  • Corruption and migration: A household survey and a field experiment in Cape Verde Pedro Vicente
  • Policy implications of witchcraft Maia Green
  • New GPRG management structure
  • Brooks World Poverty Institute
  • Redesigning the state: Political corruption in development policy and practice - Sarah Bracking
  • Real earnings and productivity in Tanzanian manufacturing firms
  • New working papers

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Newsletter no. 4

Nov 2005

  • Can trade help meet the goals of the Africa Commission? - David Hulme and Francis Teal
  • Researcher of the Year
  • South African Economic Policy Under Democracy: A 10 Year Review - Janine Aron
  • Political corruption and the HIPC intiative - Sarah Bracking
  • Cocoa farming in Ghana - Andrew Zeitlin
  • Reclaiming development? Assessing the contribution of NGOs to development alternatives - Diana Mitlin
  • Agricultural markets in Benin and Malawi - Ruth Hill
  • Equity, opportunity and identity - GPRG conference 19 March 2006, St Catherine’s College, Oxford
  • A new look at unemployment in Ghana and Tanzania - Justin Sandefur
  • Poverty, human capital and sustainable livelihoods in Tanzania
  • Redesigning the state: Political corruption in development policy and practice - Sarah Bracking
  • New working papers

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Newsletter no. 3

May 2005

  • Commission for Africa and the World Bank
  • New GPRG website
  • Ghana Cocoa Farming - Andrew Zeitlin
  • Research for Results in Education Conference, Prague, Apr 2005
  • Broadening our Understanding of Poverty and Wellbeing - David Clark
  • Labour Markets in Africa - Justin Sandefur
  • Manufacturing Firms in Africa and Exporting - Neil Rankin
  • Trade Liberalisation and Agricultural Performance - Marcella Vigneri
  • Networks, Behaviour and Poverty Workshop - Abigail Barr
  • The Winners and Losers from the Rights-Based Approach to Development Conference - Diana Mitlin
  • IDPM NGO Conference
  • Commonwealth Prize 2005
  • Working Papers

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Newsletter no. 2

Nov 2004

  • Africa Commission
  • Insuring Ugandan coffee farmers
  • UNIDO training workshop
  • Chronic Poverty Report 2004-2005
  • Elgar Companion to dvelopment Studies
  • Social Protection for Chronic Poverty Conference
  • Growth, Poverty Reduction and Human Development in Africa Conference
  • Socio-economics of tenance among poor people in India
  • GPRGP meeting 29-30 June
  • The 'Bottom Billion'
  • Working papers

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Newsletter no. 1

Apr 2004

  • International Finance Facility
  • Poverty and Witchcraft
  • First Harvest of the GPRG
  • Staying Poor: Chronic Poverty and Development Policy International Conference 2003
  • Measuring welfare: approaches from two disciplines
  • Join Review Mission of the District Primary Education Project, India
  • How to promote fruitful multi-discipline research
  • Books
  • Working Papers

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