Dr Matthew Tyce

British Academy Fellow

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Overview

My research explores the drivers of, and pathways to, economic transformation in late-developing countries, using a comparative political economy approach. I am currently on a British Academy funded posdoctoral fellowship (2021-2024), researching the politics of climate change, renewable energy and incumbency in Ghana and Kenya. 

Areas of expertise

  • JA Political science (General) - Political Economy, Energy, Industrial Policy, State building, State-society relations, Governance, Institutional analysis

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Education / academic qualifications

  • Doctor of Social Science, PhD, Development Policy and Management, Global Development Institute (2018)
  • Master in Science, MSc, International Development: Poverty, conflict and reconstruction, Global Development Institute (2014)
  • Bachelor of Arts, BA, History, Royal Holloway, University of London (2011)

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