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Dr David Hulme

Executive Director, Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester

Executive Director, Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester,
Also: Associate Director, Chronic Poverty Research Centre
Formerly: •2007 – Professor of Development Studies, Leverhulme Professorial Research Fellow (2006-2009), Associate Director Chronic Poverty Research Centre (2005-2010), Associate Director ESRC Global Poverty Research Group (to 2007), Associate Director Brooks World Poverty Institute (from 2006), Associate Director, Institute for Development Policy and Management (from 2009); •1997- 2006 – Professor of Development Studies, Director and Founder of Chronic Poverty Research Centre (2000-2005), Joint Director and Co-founder for ESRC Global Poverty Research Group (from 2002), Acting Director IDPM (01 to 05 2001), Acting Director of Research SED (2002-2003); •1992-1997 Director of Institute for Development Policy and Management (1992-1997), Professor of Development Studies (1995), Reader (1992-94); •1985-1992 Senior Lecturer (1990-92) and Lecturer (1985-89), Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester, Course Director MA in Development Administration and Management and MA in Rural Development
Areas: Policies to assist the chronic and extreme poor; Development Policies and Poverty Reduction in Bangladesh; Microfinance and Impact Assessment of Microfinance; The Role of NGOs in Development and NGO Accountability
Publications: Authored Books (forthcoming 2011) Governance, Management and Development: Making the State Work, Second Edition, London, Palgrave (with M M Turner and W McCourt) (forthcoming 2010) Global Poverty, London, Routledge (forthcoming 2010) Just Give Money to the Poor, West Hartford, Connecticut, Kumarian Press (with J Hanlon and A Barrientos) (2007) Challenging Global Inequality: the Theory and Practice of Development in the Twenty-First Century, (pp296). London, Palgrave (with A. Greig and M. Turner) (2000) African Enclosures: Social Dynamics of Land and Water, (pp238). Oxford, James Currey (with P Woodhouse and H Bernstein) (1997) Governance, Administration and Development: Making the State Work, (pp272). London, Macmillan (with M M Turner). (1996) Finance Against Poverty, Volume 1 - Theory and Policy, (pp221). London, Routledge (with P Mosley) (1996) Finance Against Poverty, Volume 2 - Empirical Studies, (pp451). London, Routledge (with P Mosley) (1990) Sociology and Development: Theories, Policies and Practices, (pp251). Hemel Hempstead, Harvester-Wheatsheaf, (with M M Turner) Edited books (forthcoming 2010) What Works for the Poorest? Policies and Programmes (pp340). London, Practical Action (with D Lawson, K Moore and I Matin) (2009) Poverty Dynamics: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, (pp360). Oxford, Oxford University Press (with T Addison and R Kanbur) (2009) Microfinance: A Reader, (pp280). London, Routledge (with T. Arun) (2008) Social Protection for the Poor and Poorest, (pp344). London, Palgrave (with A Barrientos) (2008) Chronic Poverty Report 2008-2009 (pp148). Chronic Poverty Research Centre, University of Manchester (as part of the CPRC writing team). Academic Journal Papers (all peer reviewed) (forthcoming 2010) ‘The Political Economy of the Millennium Development Goals: Retrospect and Prospects for the World’s Biggest Promise’, New Political Economy (2010) ‘Lessons from the Making of the Millennium Development Goals: Human Development Meets Results-based Management in an Unfair World’, Institute of Development Studies Bulletin Special Issue -The MDGs and Beyond Volume 41 Issue 1, Pages 15 - 25 (2010). 'Poverty, Time and Vagueness: integrating the core poverty and chronic poverty frameworks', Cambridge Journal of Economics 34 (2), pp. 347-366 (with D Clark) (2009) ‘Social protection for the poor and poorest: reflections on a quiet revolution’, Oxford Development Studies, 37(4), 439-456 (with A Barrientos) (2009) ‘Contrasting Visions for Aid and Governance in the 21st Century: The White House Millennium Challenge Account and DFID’s Drivers of Change’, World Development, 37(1), 36-49 (with V Chhotray)

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