Untangling inequalities: why power and intersectionality are essential concepts

January 15, 2018

Campaigning around Elections: Some smart South-South learning

January 15, 2018

Links I Liked

January 15, 2018
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SausagefestBlimey, that was quite a week. Here are a few things I managed to read in the eye of the #sausagefest-gate twitterstorm:interrupting the lecture

Men asking questions in seminars – the cartoon version

Raj Chetty in 14 charts: Big findings on opportunity and mobility in US.

Why other African states should not follow the “Rwandan model”. Nick Cheeseman piece ‘born of out my frustration with people telling me that things would be better in their country if only their president could “do a Kagame”’

From pachyderms to the Loch Ness Monster. The updated version of the famous elephant curve shows slower gains for much of the globe and more elephant-graph-post-fig3 - Nessieconcentration of growth in the top 1 percent.

Systematic review of ‘research impact’ literature finds it’s mainly a UK preoccupation, and in serious need of a bit of conceptual rigour

Making Sense of Complexity, wonderful explanatory graphic strip from Sarah Firth.

Alice Evans (a lecturer in Development Studies at Kings College) asks ‘how did Latin America buck the trend of rising income inequality? And what can we learn from this?’

Useful summary of what the ‘Building State Capability’ team at Harvard got up to in 2017.

Don’t forget to check your child’s homework.

kids homework

2 comments

  1. from my global south perspective read the child’s picture as a woman pounding rice (for money!)
    just thought to share!

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