Valerie Amato highlights emerging models of multi-stakeholder collaboration and the relevance of systems thinking and complexity science.
Medical devices donated to developing countries are often of the wrong type or broken. Could new research resolve this and improve healthcare?
A celebration of the 40+ years Professor Raphie Kaplinsky has been researching the economics of innovation, globalisation and development.
Fenella Porter uses a Freirean approach to argue that many trade unions need to reform their relationship with workers and the new landscape of work.
Jean Grugel draws on child labour debates from Latin America to explore the impact of international standard setting for what 'development' means.
Theo Papaioannou, Dinar Kale, Andrew Watkins and Julius Mugwagwa use South Africa and India as case studies to unpack the potential of industry associations.
Les Levidow investigates the alliances around approaches to natural capital and how these link environment and development issues.
Elizabeth Erling, Lore Gallastegi and Leigh-Anne Perryman (OU) discuss their latest research, including the impact of the TESS-India project.
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