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Dr Severine Deneulin

Lecturer in Economics and International Development, University of Bath


BA (Louvain), MA(Louvain), DPhil (Oxford)
Lecturer in Economics and International Development, University of Bath
Formerly: Research Associate, Von Hugel Institute, University of Cambridge. Tutor in Development Economics, University of Oxford
Areas: Economics, Development Studies and International Development
Research: Development theory, especially Amartya Sen's capability approach; the interaction between theory and policy; the political role of faith communities in the UK; the concept of the 'common good' and its relevance for international development
Regions: Bolivia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador and East London
Publications: ‘The Capability Approach and the Praxis of Development’. Basingstoke: Palgrave/MacMillan (2006). ‘Religion and Development’ London: Zed Books (expected 2008). ‘Transforming Unjust Structures: The Capability Approach’ Dordrecht: Springer (co-author, 2006). ‘A Textbook in Human Development and Political Economy’. Oxford: OUP (co-author, expected 2008)

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