COVID-19 Survey in Zambia: This study is part of a larger project on COVID-19 response in Malawi and Zambia, Developing a Locally Rooted Approach to COVID-19 Response, based at the Swedish research institute, Governance and Local Development (GLD). The study on COVID-19 response in Zambia is a collaborative effort by GLD and the Southern African Institute for Policy and Research (SAIPAR). SAIPAR is an independent, research and development-oriented research center based in Zambia. Please find insights on: Trust in Authorities, Precautionary Behaviours, Response to Illness, and Covid-19 Fears.
Investigating ‘pockets of effectiveness’ in developing countries: a new route to building state capacity for development (https://www.gdi.manchester.ac.uk/research/groups/politics-governance-management/investigating-pockets-of-effectiveness)
Political Institutions in Africa (in conjunction with University of Bergen and University of California (https://www.uib.no/en/sampol/114422/breaking-bad-sampol)
Political settlements and urban governance: the role of capital cities (in conjunction with University of Manchester http://www.effective-states.org/working-paper-136/
Adjust, resist or disband? The effect of political repression on civil society organizations in Bangladesh and Zambia (in conjunction with University of Amsterdam), policy brief found at https://www.prio.org/Publications/Publication/?x=12059
Coordinating Climate Finance: Lessons from Zambia, policy brief found at https://www.prio.org/Publications/Publication/?x=12122
T. Banda, M. Hinfelaar, O. Kaaba and M. Ndulo Democracy and electoral politics in Zambia (forthcoming Africa Study Centre, Brill Publishers, Leiden) To be published in 2020 by: https://brill.com/view/title/57421