Policy experts and researchers explore the critical role of innovation in Africa’s recovery from Covid-19 through a series of essays.
DEGRP researchers awarded ESRC follow-on grants to extend projects on inclusive growth and economic development.
UEA professors and DEGRP grant holders Arjan Verschoor and Ben d’Exelle win ESRC’s Outstanding Business and Enterprise Impact Award.
DEGRP grant holders Professor Arjan Verschoor and Professor Ben d’Exelle of the University of East Anglia have been nominated for the ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize 2020.
On 26 May, the Evidence and Policy group convened DEGRP finance researchers to discuss the implications of Covid-19 on Africa’s financial sector.
Our finance lead Judith Tyson was recently at the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in Abuja to present a seminar on capital flows and Basel III implementation.
DEGRP supported research led by SOAS researcher Dr Carlos Oya on Chinese labour practices in Africa was featured in the Financial Times.
DEGRP co-hosted a high-level roundtable event in Nairobi to discuss the impact of capital flows on financial sector development in Kenya.
In a new blog, DEGRP agriculture researcher Agnes Andersson Djurfeldt explores what it takes to empower women and girls in agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa.
In a new video, Zambian loggers share how they’ve benefitted from informal logging and reflect on the challenge of protecting the forest while safeguarding livelihoods.
A new book from DEGRP researchers explores how African farmers’ livelihoods have changed over time, with a focus on how change affects men and women differently.
DEGRP researchers interview cotton farmers and cotton industry officials for their views on what can be done to resolve the issue of side-trading in the Zambian cotton sector.