Contributing lecturer to the following courses:
Politics, Governance and Development
Poverty and Development
Research Methodology (PhD course)
Current PhD Students
2016- Mohammed Ibrahim, ‘Investigating the socio-political impacts of social protection in Ghana’. Fully funded through Zochonis Trust Award. Lead, with Tom Lavers.
2016- Edward Ampratwum, 'The Politics of Implementing Social Protection in Ghana'. Fully funded through School PhD Award. Lead, with Tom Lavers.
2015- Matt Tyce ‘The political dynamics of growth and structural transformation in KenyaESRC Fully funded through ESRC-NWDTC Award. Lead; Co-supervisor: Kunal Sen.
2014- Kate Pruce ‘The politics of social protection in Zambia’. Fully funded through ESRC-NWDTC Award. Lead; Co-supervisor: Armando Barrientos.
2013- Chris Lyon ‘Social contracts and social justice in Brazil: towards a relational approach’. Fully funded through BWPI Award. Lead; Co-supervisor: Armando Barrientos.
2013- Ishmael Aayanore. ‘Governing oil in Ghana’. Fully funded through Government of Ghana. Lead; Co-supervisor:Tomas Frederiksen.
Completed PhD Students
Jessica Hawkins. State formation in Uganda. Co-supervisor, with Tim Jacoby.
Kojo Asante ‘The politics of oil in Ghana and Uganda’. Principal Supervisor, with Tony Bebbington. Fully funded through BWPI/ESID.
Sophie King ‘Exploring the Political Space for Empowerment in Uganda: the role of NGOs’. Principal Supervisor, with Admos Chimhowu. Fully funded through ESRC +3 Scheme).
Badru Bukenya, ‘The politics of service delivery: towards processes of state and citizenship formation in Uganda’. Principal Supervisor, with Admos Chimhowu. Part funded through an SED Bursary Award.
Briony Smith 'Rebuilding social relations and citizenship in post-conflict Bosnia' (Principal Supervisor). Fully funded through ESRC award.
Ambrose Kessy 'Local governance reform in Tanzania' (Co-supervisor)
Annapaola Letizia 'Local governance reform and political capabilities in Albania' (Co-supervisor)
Jenny Peterson 'War economies and the neoliberal policy agenda in post-war Kosovo' (Principal Supervisor, 2004-7). Fully funded through Faculty OSR Award.
N'deye Fall 'NGOs and development in Senegal' (Co-supervisor, 2004-7)
Cameroon, Ghana, Uganda, Zambia and Namibia.