» Archive for: January, 2014


RTEmagicC_What-is-Development-Change_right_01.jpgGGSJ junior researcher Trisanto Hari (“Anggun”) Susilo has published a co-authored article in the A-rated journal Development and Change.

Engel, S. and Susilo, A. (2014) ‘Shaming and Sanitation in Indonesia: A Return to Colonial Public Health Practices?’ Development and Change 45(1):157-178.

Here are links to the abstract and the full article (requires a subscription).

 

Professor Wil Hout of the GGSJ Research Programme has published one journal article and a book chapter that we would like to share.

W. Hout (2013) ‘Néopatrimonialisme et développement: Le rôle de pilote des poches d’efficacité’ [Neopatrimonialism and
Development: Pockets of Effectiveness as Drivers of Change], Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée 20(3): 79-96.

W. Hout (2014) ‘“Confidence in our own Abilities”: Suriname’s State Oil Company as a Pocket of Effectiveness’, in Roll, Michael
(ed.) The Politics of Public Sector Performance: Pockets of Effectiveness in Developing Countries, Abingdon:
Routledge: 147-72.

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Joschka Fischer
15 January 2014 | Time: 16:00-17:00h
Former Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor of Germany
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Former Prime Minister of the Netherlands
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