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EADI Member Publications

Here you find a selection of the latest publications of our members. Although far from being comprehensive, this overview showcases the broad variety of our members’ work and gives some inspirations for your reading list. You can as well search the publication collection by keywords, regions, or publication types. This selection is updated constantly.

Dilemmas for aid agencies working in Afghanistan under Taliban’s gender apartheid rule

Dorothea Hilhorst - P International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)

Sri Lanka’s disastrous 2022 ends with a sliver of optimism

Shyamika Jayasundara-Smits - P International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)

The effect of decreased general training on skills and dropout -Evidence from a vocational school reform in Hungary

Education Economics
Zoltán Hermann & Dániel Horn - Centre for Economic and Regional Studies CERS

Loss-of-learning and the post-Covid recovery in low-income countries

Journal of Macroeconomics
Christopher S. Adam - Fondation pour les études et recherches sur le développement international (FERDI)

G20 – a unique opportunity to advance digital public infrastructure

Liv Marte Nordhaug - OECD Development Centre OECD/DC

Preparing for the next pandemic: lessons from Zimbabwe

Ian Scoones, Felix Murimbarimba - P Institute of Development Studies (IDS)

Challenging the Normalisation of Hunger in Highly Unequal Societies

Stephen Devereux, Gareth Haysom, Renato Maluf, Patta Scott-Villiers - P Institute of Development Studies (IDS)

Connecting Food Inequities Through Relational Territories

Julian May, Imogen Bellwood-Howard, Lidia Cabral, Dominic Glover, Claudia Job Schmitt, Márcio Matos de Mendonça, Sérgio Sauer - P Institute of Development Studies (IDS)

Citizen Voice and the Arts: Opportunities and Challenges for Citizen–Policy Engagement on Environmental Issues in Sahelian West Africa

Imogen Bellwood-Howard, Julie Doyle, Haoussa Ndiaye, Lansine Sountoura, Peter Taylor, Aminata Niang, Fatoumata Binta Sow - P Institute of Development Studies (IDS)

From one flooding crisis to the next: Negotiating ‘the maybe’ in unequal Karachi

The Geographical Journal
Sobia Ahmad Kaker, Nausheen H. Anwar - P Institute of Development Studies (IDS)