In press & in prep

In press:

‘What does the evidence tell us about “thinking and working politically” in development assistance?’, Politics & Governance, forthcoming (with Niheer Dasandi, Ed Laws and Mark Robinson)


‘Reductions in bribery in Uganda and South Africa: Lessons from “positive outliers”’, revising (with Caryn Peiffer)

‘Uganda’s health sector as a “hidden” positive outlier in bribery reduction’, revising (with Caryn Peiffer & Rosita Armytage)

‘Corruption and public attitudes towards aid in the UK: Evidence from an experimental survey’, revising (with David Hudson, Jennifer Hudson & Caryn Peiffer)

In preparation:

‘Integrity management and fighting corruption in Bolivia and Rwanda’, in prep (with Paul Heywood, Caryn Peiffer & Nieves Zuñiga)

‘Perceptions of corruption and public support for foreign aid: An Anglo-American fetish?Comparative evidence from Britain, France, Germany and the United States’, in prep (with David Hudson, Jennifer Hudson & Caryn Peiffer)

‘Organised crime, development and the potential unintended consequences of interventions: lessons from research & practice’, in prep (with Miriam Light)

‘Janus and the “two faces” of organised crime and political corruption in fragile contexts’, in prep

‘Corruption, crime and “ruptures” in historical perspective’, in prep

‘Corruption and consumption’, in prep