Alice Evans is a Lecturer in the Social Science of Development at King’s College London. She researches inequality, social change and global production networks.
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What were you reading in 2018 on LSE Review of Books? Following Part One, which counted down from […]
Book Review: California Greenin’: How the Golden State Became an Environmental Leader by David Vogel
California Greenin’: How the Golden State Became an Environmental Leader presents a political history of California’s environmental leadership. David Vogel […]
Book Review: Rules Without Rights: Land, Labor and Private Authority in the Global Economy by Tim Bartley
The Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, which killed more than 1,100 people, shunted global production networks into the spotlight. […]
When was the last time you heard a person of colour challenge structural racism – the role of government […]
Book Review: Deals and Development: The Political Dynamics of Growth Episodes edited by Lant Pritchett, Kunal Sen and Eric Werker
If development is predicated upon sustained economic growth, how can this be achieved? In Deals and Development: The Political […]
This comparative review examines two recent books that attend to the politics of inclusive development. As the texts address […]
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Today, 8th March, marks International Women’s Day: a global day celebrating the economic, […]
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Most Read Book Reviews of December 2015:
Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future. Paul Mason. Allen Lane. 2015.
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Looking for inspiration for some book-related gifts this winter?
Throughout Autumn 2015, LSE Review of Books […]
In Women and Power in Postconflict Africa, Aili Mari Tripp provocatively argues that major conflict can have disruptive, egalitarian […]