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Conference: The Political Economy of Development in Africa (30/03/2012)
Drivers of economic transformation
`How countries became rich and reduced poverty: Heterodox explanations of economic development´ Lindsay Whitfield (2011), DIIS Working Paper 2011:13. A revised version is under review for publication.
`Pro-Poor Growth: a review of contemporary debates´ Lindsay Whitfield (2008).
Conceptual framework on why ruling elites support productive sector development
Therkildsen, Ole & Whitfield, Lindsay, ‘What Drives States to Support the Development of Productive Sectors? Strategies ruling elites pursue for political survival and their policy implications’, DIIS Working Paper 2011: 15.
Kjaer, Anne Mette & Therkildsen, Ole (2012), 'Elections and Landmark policies in Tanzania and Uganda' , Democratization, iFirst, pp. 1 - 23.
Country political settlement studiesKatusiimeh, Mesharch & Kjaer, Anne Mette (2012), 'Growing but not transforming: Fragmented ruling coalitions and economic developments in Uganda'. DIIS Working Paper 2012: 07, 34p.
Whitfield, Lindsay (2011) "Competive Clientelism, Easy Financing and Weak Capitalists: The Contemporary Political Settlement in Ghana", DIIS Working Paper 2011:27. 43 p.
Whitfield, Lindsay (2011) "Growth without Economic Transformation: Economic Impats of Ghana's Political Settlement", DIIS Working Paper 2011:28. 40 p.
Kjær, Anne Mette with Muhumuza, Fred and Mwebaze, Tom (2012) "Coalition-driven initiatives in the Ugandan dairy sector: Elites, conflict and bargaining", DIIS Working Paper 2012:02. 32 p.
Buur, Lars with Carlota Mondlane and Obede Baloi (2011): Strategic privatisation: rehabilitating the Mozambican sugar industry, Review Of African Political Economy Vol, 38 No. 128 June 2011, 235 - 256
Kjær, Anne Mette & Joughin, James (2010) "The Politics of Agricultural Reform: The Case of Uganda". Forum for Development Studies, Vol. 37, Nr. 1, 2010, s. 61-78.
'Developing Technological Capabilities in Agro-undstry - Ghana's experience with fresh pineapple exports in comparative perspective', Lindsay Whitfield, DIIS Working Paper 2010:28. A revised version is forthcoming in 2012 as part of a special section in the Journal of Development Studies on The Making and Remaking of Agro-Industries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Buur, Lars with Carlota Mondlane and Obede Baloi (2012) , "The White Gold: The role of Government and State in Rehabilitating the Sugar Industry in Mozambique", Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 48, Issue 3, pg. 349 - 362.
Country synthesis papers (comparison of two sectors within each country)
Buur, Lars with Carlota Mondlane and Obede Baloi "Mozambique Synthesis Analysis: Between Pockets of Efficiency and Elite Capture", DIIS Report 2012:01, January 2012. 52 p.
Comparative analyses of country casesFold, Niels & Whitfield, Lindsay (2012), "Developing a Palm Oil Sector: The Experiences of Malaysia and Ghana Compared", DIIS Working Paper 2012: 08, 43p
Buur, Lars & Whitfield, Lindsay ‘Engaging in productive sector development. Comparisons between Mozambique and Ghana’, DIIS Working Paper 2011: 22
Immediate versus Sustainable Poverty Reduction? Supporting Agro-Industries in Africa. Lindsay Whitfield. DIIS Policy Brief 2012.
Budget support lessons from post-conflict support to Mozambique. Lars Buur and Johnny Flentø. DIIS Policy Brief, 2011
Recurrent cost boom threatens Millennium Development Goals. Ole Therkildsen and Lars Buur. DIIS Policy Brief, 2010
'Fra lov til virkelighed: Rettighedsbaseret udvikling i praksis.' Ole Therkildsen, Rasmus Hundsbæk Pedersen and Lars Engberg-Pedersen, article for U-landsnyt.dk, 11 June 2012.
Blog at U-landsnyt.dk. Ole Therkildsen.
'Dansk ulandsbistand skyder forbi'. Anne Mette Kjær, Ole Therkildsen & Lindsay Whitfield. Newspaper article in Kristeligt Dagblad, 1 July 2011
Impacts of the New Poverty Agenda
`The new ‘New Poverty Agenda' in Ghana: what impact?’ Lindsay Whitfield, DIIS Working Paper, 2009:15. A revised version is published as Whitfield, Lindsay (2010), ‘The State Elite, PRSPs and Policy Implementation in Aid-Dependent Ghana’, Third World Quarterly Vol. 31, No. 5, 2010, pp.721-737.
‘Strategies for Growth and Poverty Reduction: has Tanzania’s second PRSP influenced implementation?’, Dennis Rweyemamu, DIIS Working Paper, 2009:13, 32p.
‘The New Poverty Agenda in Uganda’, Anne Mette Kjær and Fred Muhumuza, DIIS Working Paper, 2009:14, 30p.
‘State Elites and the New Poverty Agenda in Bangladesh’, Neil Webster, Zarina Rahman Khan, Abu Hossain Muhammad Ahsan, Akhter Hussain, and Mahbubur Rahman, DIIS Working Paper, 2009:22, 30p.
`The Mozambican PRSP Initiative: moorings, usage and future´, Lars Buur and Obede Baloi, DIIS Working Paper, 2009:35, 44p.
‘Ambitious Policies Hit the Ground: Tanzania’s push for irrigated rice’, Ole Therkildsen, EADI Panel 6, 19-22 September, 2011, York, UK.
'Why and When African states engage in productive sector development: Comparisons between Mozambique and Ghana. European, Lars Buur and Lindsay Whitfield, Conference on African Studies (ECAS), Panel 69: Pockets of efficiency in the neo-patrimonial state: hotbeds for the return of the developmental state in Africa, June 15-19, 2011 Uppsala, Sweden.
'The political economy of productive sectors: Explaining regulatory initiatives in the fisheries and dairy sectors in Uganda', Mette Kjær, ECAS Panel 69, June 15-19, 2011 Uppsala, Sweden.
`The White Gold: The role of Government and State in Rehabilitating the
Sugar Industry in Mozambique´. Buur, Lars (2010): African Studies Association, UK. 16 – 19 September, 2010, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford
`The political economy of recurrent costs: Experiences from five countries´. Therkildsen, Ole (2010): African Studies Association, UK. 16 – 19 September, 2010, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford.
'Donors and economic interests: factors influencing the Ugandan governments dairy policies' Kjær, Mette (2010): African Studies Association, UK. 16 – 19 September, 2010, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford.
“Do ethnicity and elections affect policy outcomes in Tanzania and Uganda?” Paper presented at the ECPR General Conference, Potsdam, 10-12 September 2009. Ole Therkildsen and Anne Mette Kjær (2009). Draft for comments.
‘Competitive elections, ethnicity and state elite policy response, with examples from Tanzania’, Paper presented at conference on "From asymmetri to symmetri? West, non-west and the idea of development as a conceptual flow." University of Heidelberg, 16-18 July 2009. Ole Therkildsen. Draft
'Elites and the rehabilitation of the Mozambican sugar industry'. Buur, Lars (2009): Presented at UNU-WIDER conference: The Role of Elites in Economic Development. 12-13 June 2009. Helsinki, Finland.
‘Inequality, elites and distributional coalitions in Tanzania’, Ole Therkildsen (2008). Presented at the seminar on Rural inequality in Latin America and beyond: dynamics and policy options, November 2008, DIIS. Draft for comments.
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