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We present a small selection of books from some of our researchers

Pablo Yanguas (2018). Why we lie about aid: Development and the Messy Politics of Change. Zed Books.

Oliver Bakewell & Loren B. Landau (2018) Forging African Communities: Mobility, Integration and Belonging. Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.

Lawrence Ado-Kofie, David Lawson & David Hulme (2017). What Works for Africa's Poorest?: Poverty Reduction Programmes for Extremely Poor People. Rugby : Practical Action.

Lant Pritchett, Kunal Sen, & Eric Werker (2017). Deals and Development: The Political Dynamics of Growth Episodes. Oxford University Press.

Bawole, J. N., Hossain, F., Ghalib, A. K., Rees, C., & Mamman, A. (2017). Development Management: Theory and Practice. (Routledge Studies in Development Economics). Routledge.

Lawson, D. Ado-Kofie, L. and Hulme, D. (2017). What Works for Africa's Poorest?: Poverty Reduction Programmes for Extremely Poor People.Practical Action.

Agarwal, B. (2016). Gender Challenges. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Hulme, D. (2016). Should Rich Nations Help the Poor? Cambridge/New York, Polity Press.

Kar, S. and Sen, K. (2016). The Political Economy of India's Growth Episodes. Palgrave.

Roy, M. Cawood, S. Hordijk, M. Hulme, D. (2016). Urban Poverty and Climate Change: Life in the slums of Asia, Africa and Latin America. Routledge.

Roy, M. Hanlon, J. Hulme, D. (2016).  Bangladesh Confronts Climate Change: Keeping Our Heads above Water, Anthem Press.

Sen, K. (2016). Out of the Shadows. OUP.

Hickey, S. Sen, K. Bukenya, B. (2015). The Politics of Inclusive Development: Interrogating the Evidence.  OUP.

Hulme, D. (2015). Global Poverty: Global governance and poor people in the post-2015 era (Second Edition).  Routledge.

Hulme, D., et al. (2015). Governance, Management and Development: Making the State Work. London, Macmillan. Palgrave

Jamil, I. Askvik, S. Hossain, F. (2015). Administrative culture in developing and transitional countries. Routledge

Bhaumik, S. K. and R. Dimova (2014). How Family Firms Differ: Structure, Strategy, Governance and Performance. Palgrave

Barrientos, A. (2013). Social Assistance in Developing Countries.  Cambridge University Press.

Bastia, T. (2013). Migration and inequality. Routledge.

Bebbington, A. and J. T. Bury (2013). Subterranean struggles: New dynamics of mining, oil, and gas in Latin America. UTPress

Buckley, K. M. (2013). Global civil society and transversal hegemony: The globalization-contestation nexus.

Mitlin, D. and D. Satterthwaite (2013). Empowering squatter citizen: Local government, civil society and urban poverty reduction. Earthscan

Rorden, W. and D. Hulme (2013). The Millennium Development Goals and Beyond: Global development after 2015. Routledge

Satterthwaite, D. and D. Mitlin (2013). Reducing urban poverty in the global South. Routledge

Barrientos, S. and C. Dolan (2012). Ethical sourcing in the global food system.  Earthscan.

Hulme, D. (2012). Global poverty: How global governance is failing the poor. Routledge.

Mitlin, D. (2012). Urban poverty in the global south: Scale and nature. Routledge.

Barrientos, A. (2011). Social assistance in developing countries. Cambridge University Press

Agarwal, B. (2010). Gender and Green Governance: The Political Economy of Women's Presence Within and Beyond Community Forestry. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Agnew, C. and P. Woodhouse (2010). Water resources and development  (Routledge Perspectives on Development). Routledge

Barrentios, A. Hulme, D. Hanlon, J. (2010). Just Give Money to the Poor.  Kumarian Press.

Hulme, D. and T. Arun (2009). Microfinance: A reader. Routledge

Jacoby, T. (2007). Understanding conflict and violence: Theoretical and interdisciplinary approaches. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group

Kothari, U. (2005). A Radical History of Development Studies: Individuals, Institutions and Ideologies., Zed Books.