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Development Economics

Research in development economics covers several topics such as industrial development, inflation, HIV and health, development aid, social conflict, natural disasters, land grabbing, institutional economics, the political economy of natural resources, and long-run development.

Faculty in the development group have historically had a focus on countries in East Africa such as Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, and Zambia. More recently, focus has shifted to other countries including China, Indonesia, and DR Congo. Most research employs applied microeconometrics although macro studies are also common.

Several development economists are involved in the Gothenburg Centre of Globalization and Development, GCGD.

Also, researchers in the development economics group frequently take part in for instance World Bank projects, Swedish Development Agency committees, and international research organizations and networks, for example European Development Research Network (EUDN) and African Economic Research Consortium (AERC).

Ongoing research projects

Impacts of new forms of aid: Governance challenges and distributional consequences
Arne Bigsten, Ann-Sofie Isaksson, Sven Tengstam


 

Contact Information

Dick Durevall, Professor Development Economics

Phone:
031-786 13 50

GCGD

Visit the webpage of the Gothenburg Centre of Globalization and Development (GCGD)

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