University of Bath

Masters dissertations

MSc International Development

Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining in Indonesia and the Global Production Network of Mercury

Lydia Rowland, 2017

Does capacity building of local politicians address the accountability gaps in local governments? the case of decentralized education services in Uganda

Simon Rubangakene, 2017

Leaving No One Behind: Climbing out of Poverty through agriculture in Ghana. A Case Study Case of Ghana Commercial Agriculture project.

Jonathan Hagan, 2017

To What Extent has the Political Assertion of the Lower Castes led to Greater Democratisation in India?A case-study of the Lower Caste Politics in Bihar.

Riad Azam, 2017

Power and Policy: The Political Economy of Renewable Electricity Expansion in South Africa

Robert de Bruyn, 2017

To what extent does the current assessment ofMGNREGA enable an accurate determination of howthe programme has reduced multi-dimensional povertyin rural India?

Benjamin Lines, 2017

How are indigenous environmental protests framed in the media?: The case of the Dakota Access pipeline.

Zoe Tooker, 2017

Can small-scale farmers be protected in Sierra Leone within the context of accelerated land appropriation for large-scale agricultural production?

Karen Binns, 2016

How and to what extent can the mobile phone reduce gendered vulnerabilities and build community resilience in the South Asian disaster management cycle?

Rebecca Smith, 2016

THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF TAX MORALE IN BANGLADESH: PERCEPTIONS OF CITIZENSHIP, INSTITUTIONAL QUALITIES, AND CULTURAL VALUES

Lamiya Ahmed, 2016

CSR Initiatives with NGO Cooperation for Water Sustainability

Risako Matsui, 2016

A discourse analysis of the Indian Immoral Traffic Protection Act and the UN Trafficking Protocol: To what extent are the labels used to describe trafficked women in these documents problematic?

Jennifer Hamlet, 2016

How might supranational 'green-keeping' forces in Africa's protected areas be legitimised within a heritage-security-development nexus?

Sian Ann Seabrook, 2016

How has the rise of global environmental issues encouraged a paradigm shift from linearity to relationality in development thinking?

Jessica Verdon, 2016

The Tortoise and the Hare: Different Ways to Run the Race for Financial Inclusion. What has driven the growth of mobile money in Tanzania and why is its path so different to that of Kenya?

Sally Jones-Evans, 2016

The uneven road institutional formation towards public-private partnerships: lessons from the Ghanaian road sector

Robert Alexander Ungethuem, 2015

Development in theory and practice:The Practitioner as the missing link

Mary Elizabeth Allan, 2015

To what extent can Japanese culture be said to have influenced Japanese Brazilian agricultural methods? How could these methods be applied to wider Brazilian agricultural needs?

Charles Alan Mortimer Waine, 2015

Refugee protection in Malaysia: Shifting towards a security concern in policy and practice?

Nurdiyana Baharum, 2015

Chinese Engagement in Africa: An Analysis of Ethiopias Eastern Industrial Zone as a Strategy for Unbalanced Growth

Asteya Percaya, 2015

MASS KILLINGS AND CULTURAL DESTRUCTION: WHAT ARE THE LIMITATIONS OF MAINSTREAM CONCEPTIONS OF GENOCIDE? WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ALTERNATIVE THEORIES OF GENOCIDE?

Darah Alghanem, 2014

Have education for peace programmes targeting refugees been successful in building long-term peace?Evidence from Syria and Pakistan.

Nadia Stone, 2014

Trafficked Survivors in Nepal: An Exploratory Study on the Importance of Rehabilitation and Reintegration

Mimi Sherpa, 2014

Drivers of Chinese CSR in Africa: Emerging Trends and Limitations

Shouhui Zheng, 2014

Wellbeing of Migrants to the Gulf Cooperation Community States

Andrew Johnstone, 2014

To what extent does the New-type Urbanization Plan address the problems of floating population in the development context of China

Dan Liu, 2014

Towards a Critical Global Disability Studies: A Case Study of the African Youth with Disabilities Network

Kelly Rae Kincaid, 2013

Turn It Up!! More Voice, More Power? The (dis)Empowerment of Communities Through Community Radio

Rhiannon Fitz-Gerald, 2013

Would a change in Chile's educational policy deliver a positive outcome for the social indicators of the country?

Diego Boero Lutz, 2013

English is not an African Language Full Stop

David Evans, 2013

Are indigenous knowledges, culture and languages incompatible with mainstream state education? Evidence from Australia and Peru

Caroline Rose, 2013

What are the dynamics of the financial inclusion industry in engaging with young people?

Alissa Anne Czasonis, 2013

Regeneration of GenerationsSafeguarding Cultural HeritageCase Study: Valach Cultural Heritage

Roman Joachym, 2013

Bioenergy and Sustainable Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and Ways Forward

Markus Weiss, 2013

Poverty Gawking: Slum Tourism's Role in Development Education

Andrea Aylard, 2013

Angels with dirty faces: locally-based organised crime as key development actors

Adrian Cooper, 2012

CBNRM for REDD+: An acronym for disaster?An analysis of community-based natural resource management in achieving poverty alleviation for REDD+ in Tanzania

Lucy Mace, 2012

MISSING GIRLS OF INDIA: AN INVESTIGATION INTO DETERMINANTS OF DECLINING CHILD SEX RATIO IN INDIA

Mohamed Nasheeth Thoha, 2012

Converging responses to the global food crisis: Why food sovereignty is important to the transnational agrarian movements.

Jason Parker, 2012

Human Dignity: A neglected priority in humanitarian aid.

Josie Ellis, 2012

Neutrality, Impartiality and Independence:An Exploration of Humanitarianisms Failings Through an Analysis of its Principles

Christina Lejman, 2012

The Catholic Church as a political actor : a comparative analysis of its engagement in social Jjstice struggles in Brazil and the Philippines

Alejandra Henao Pazmino, 2012