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Abboud, Samer (2019) From the social market economy to the national partnership: the conflict elite and public-private partnerships in a post-war Syria. Conflict Research Programme Blog (31 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Abdelhamied, Raghada (2019) Only the secret is seductive…the secret is the clue!: how selective silence is employed and justified by The World Bank as a communication strategy to respond to citizens’ criticism of its policies and projects in Egypt. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Abraham, Terezia (2019) In Transit. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Adebajo, Fikayo (2019) Ayesha - eight months pregnant. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Agafiev Macambira, Danil (2019) Citizen's capitalism: a dynamic economic and political system built to last. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Aggarwal, Tanvi (2019) Concert. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Al-Kaisy, Aida (2019) Pockets of media civicness in a conflictual political landscape: a case study of Iraqi media. Conflict Research Programme Blog (11 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

Al-Khafaji, Hayder (2019) Iraq's popular mobilisation forces: the possibilities for Disarmament, Demobilisation & Reintegration. LSE Middle East Centre Report (November 2019). LSE Middle East Centre, London, UK.

Al-Mawlawi, Ali (2019) Public payroll expansion in Iraq: causes and consequences. LSE Middle East Centre Report (October 2019). LSE Middle East Centre, London, UK.

Alcalde, Miguel (2019) Paying attention can transform your life... but be careful what you choose to ignore. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Alejandra Vélez, María and Lobo, Iván (2019) Challenges of organised community resistance in the context of illicit economies and drug war policies: insights from Colombia. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 72-79. ISSN 2516-7227

Alessandro Borella, Carlo (2019) Fake news, immigration and opinion polarisation [winner - festival prize]. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Alimi, Deborah (2019) An agenda in-the-making: the linking of drugs and development discourses. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 37-51. ISSN 2516-7227

Anosike, Chijioke (2019) Brixton, you've changed. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Araujo, Marcella (2019) Urban public works, drug trafficking and militias: what are the consequences of the interactions between community work and illicit markets?: As obras urbanas, o tráfico de drogas e as milícias quais são as consequências das interações entre o trabalho social e os mercados ilícitos. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). 164–176. ISSN 2516-7227

Askin, Arzucan (2019) “Do not throw garbage!”: lessons in urban resilience from Cuba. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Athuai Wol, Wol (2019) ‘A death of a civilian is better than that of a soldier’: remembering the struggle for South Sudan, and living in it now. Conflict Research Programme Blog (28 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Azman bin Wazir, Nur (2019) Teach a man to fish. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

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Bahceci, Sergen (2019) Re-enacting determination. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Bainbridge, Laura (2019) Bug hotel. LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders (18 Feb 2019). Website.

Baird, Matthew, Chari, A.V., Nataraj, Shanthi, Rothenberg, Alexander, Telhaj, Shqiponja and Winters, L. Alan (2019) The public sector and the misallocation of labor: evidence from a policy experiment in India. CEP Discussion Papers (1596). Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Baker, Cameron (2019) Industrial altruism. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Bakker, Jan, Pischke, Jorn-Steffen and Rauch, Ferdinand (2019) Of mice and merchants: connectedness and the location of economic activity in the Iron Age. Review of Economics and Statistics. ISSN 0034-6535 (In Press)

Baspehlivan, Uygar (2019) The citizen and the space: fragility of the Middle Eastern nation-state. LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 2. pp. 81-91.

Batyra, Ewa (2019) Increasing educational disparities in the timing of motherhood in the Andean region: a cohort perspective. Population Research and Policy Review. ISSN 0167-5923

Bei, Leticia Jin (2019) Where does the dragon’s gift go?: Subnational distribution of China’s aid to Sub-Saharan Africa from 2007 to 2012. LSE Undergraduate Political Review. pp. 27-59.

Bernard, Andrew, Dhyne, Emmanuel, Manova, Kalina, Magerman, Glenn and Moxnes, Andreas (2019) The origins of firm heterogeneity: a production network approach. CEP Discussion Papers (1592). Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Blake, Michael and Kriticos, Sebastian (2019) Enhancing property tax compliance in Mandalay. . International Growth Centre, London, UK.

Bor, Güley (2019) Iraq’s reparation bill for Yazidi female survivors: more progress needed. Conflict Research Programme Blog (12 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Bor, Güley (2019) Reforming legal responses to conflict-related sexual violence in Iraq and the Kurdistan region. Conflict Research Programme Blog (25 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

Bor, Güley (2019) Response to and reparations for conflict-related sexual violence in Iraq: the case of Shi'a Turkmen in Tel Afar. LSE Middle East Centre Reports (October 2019). LSE Middle East Centre, London, UK.

Bou, Camille (2019) In Varietate Concordia. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Brombacher, Daniel and Westerbarkei, Jan (2019) From alternative development to sustainable development: the role of development within the global drug control regime. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 89-98. ISSN 2516-7227

Bryant, Lucy (2019) Policing of live music in England and Wales. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Byrd, William A. (2019) Unexploited potential? What role can international financial institutions play in drugs and development? Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 101-117. ISSN 2516-7227

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Caulkins, Jonathan (2019) Legalising drugs prudently: the importance of incentives and values. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 279 - 287. ISSN 2516-7227

Cerdio, Maria (2019) US drug war hegemony: rethinking bilateral perspectives [winner - short film prize]. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Chabib, Anissa (2019) Look further, when perception is misleading. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Chang, Grace (2019) Can child work provide opportunities for skill development? In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Chant, Sylvia (2019) Cell seller, Gambia. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Chen, Huaizhi, Cohen, Lauren, Gurun, Umit, Lou, Dong and Malloy, Christopher (2019) IQ from IP: simplifying search in portfolio choice. Journal of Financial Economics. ISSN 0304-405X (In Press)

Chen, Yi-Ju (2019) Defeating Goliath with his own sword: sue corporations for human rights violation. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Cohen, Corentin (2019) Development of the Brazilian drug market toward Africa: myths, evidence and theoretical questions: Desenvolvimento do mercado de drogas brasileiro em direção à África: mitos, evidências e questões teóricas. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 133-144. ISSN 2516-7227

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Dahi, Omar (2019) Syria: donor conditionality, sanctions, and the question of justice. Conflict Research Programme Blog (06 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Dann, Christopher (2019) Penal populism and Duterte's war on drugs. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Deng, Hanzhi (2019) Unexpected legacies from the rebellion: fiscal transitions in China, 1850s-1900s. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Dercon, Stefan, Haas, Astrid, Kriticos, Sebastian and Lippolis, Nicolas (2019) Can Africa learn from the Chinese urbanisation story? IGC Cities that Work Policy Framing Paper. International Growth Centre, London, UK.

Diskul, M.L. Dispanadda, Ninnad, Ramrada, Skinner, Andrea and Rajatanarvin, Visit-orn (2019) Development not drug control: the evolution of counter narcotic efforts in Thailand. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 80-88. ISSN 2516-7227

Dobson, Phoebe (2019) The strength in forgiveness. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Dovcik, Jakub (2019) Slovak civil service: hard(ly) working(?). LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Dukhan, Haian (2019) Critical analysis of attempts to co-opt the tribes in Syria. Conflict Research Programme Blog (02 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Dyonisius, Michelle (2019) The inglorious offenders: a postcolonial feminist analysis of war/combat to understand sexual violence in conflict. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

de Carvalho Silva, Leonardo and Langeani, Bruno (2019) Low impact, wrong direction: why São Paulo state drug policy is inefficient and ineffective: Mal orientada e com baixo impacto: quais os problemas da política de drogas do estado de São Paulo? Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). 204–219. ISSN 2516-7227

de Vries, Gijs (2019) Cultural freedom in European foreign policy. ifa Edition Culture and Foreign Policy. Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Stuttgart, DE. ISBN 9783921970304

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Emerson, Brian (2019) Regulation of illegal drugs – no longer What?, but How? Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 251 - 254. ISSN 2516-7227

Ershov, Philipp (2019) Father and followers: Putin’s rhetoric as an evolutionary-psychological leadership tool. LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 2. pp. 116-147.

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Farfán-Méndez, Cecilia (2019) The structure of drug trafficking organizations and money laundering practices: a risk appetite hypothesis. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 294 - 311. ISSN 2516-7227

Feltran, Gabriel (2019) (Il)licit economies in Brazil: an ethnographic perspective: Economias (i)lícitas no Brasil: uma perspectiva etnográfica. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 145-154. ISSN 2516-7227

Folsz, Hanna (2019) The dynamics of issue salience and voting: did the refugee crisis affect turnout in European national elections? LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 2. pp. 5-26.

Frasco, Eric (2019) Conflict, trauma and peace: critical psychology approaches for peacebuilding? In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Fromm, Deborah (2019) Creating (Il)legal markets: an ethnography of the insurance market in Brazil: CRIANDO MERCADOS (I)LEGAIS Uma etnografia sobre o mercado de seguros no Brasil. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 155-163. ISSN 2516-7227

Fruehwirth, Jane Cooley, Iyer, Sriya and Zhang, Anwen (2019) Religion and depression in adolescence. Journal of Political Economy, 127 (3). pp. 1178-1209. ISSN 0022-3808

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Garcia Briceno, Luis (2019) Baptised by mercury: indigenous worlds in the Anthropocene. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Giacomini, Francesco (2019) Bitcoin: new order or libertarian utopia? An answer from the past: Scotland 1727-1845 [winner - popular prize]. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Goldzweig Panitz, Jacalyn (2019) Globalisation and state sovereignty: a mixed bag. LSE Undergraduate Political Review (10 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Guilherme Mendes de Paiva, Luiz, Feltran, Gabriel and de Oliveira Carlos, Juliana (2019) Presentation of the special issue: Apresentação à edição especial. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). 118–121. ISSN 2516-7227

Guilherme Mendes de Paiva, Luiz and de Oliveira Carlos, Juliana (2019) Illusions clouding decision-making: how the justice system fails to understand the illicit drug market. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 220-225. ISSN 2516-7227

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Haas, Astrid and Kriticos, Sebastian (2019) Considerations for land value capture reform in the Greater Amman Municipality. . International Growth Centre, London, UK.

Haas, Astrid and Wani, Shahrukh (2019) Getting the right institutions in place to run Africa’s cities efficiently. International Growth Centre Blog (22 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Haines, Allison (2019) A change of perspective. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Han, Yoonai (2019) Urbanising East Asia and middle class dream. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Harrison, Joss (2019) Fighting for human rights: the Jimmy Carter blueprint for a post-Trump foreign policy. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Heeckt, Catarina (2019) The road to hell is paved with good intentions. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Herrmann, Tim, Waldmann, Claudia, Addai-Bempah, Caroline and Hayes, Andrew (2019) A terribly nice family. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Heuser, Christoph (2019) The effect of illicit economies in the margins of the state – The VRAEM. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 23-36. ISSN 2516-7227

Hinrichsen, Yanina (2019) Red Deer at Dundreggan. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Hirani, Chandni (2019) Finding hope in a modern era of human displacement. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Hoffmann, Kasper, Muzalia, Godefroid and Pouliot, Mariève (2019) Beyond anarchy: property, precarity and land governance in urban Congo. Conflict Research Programme Blog (26 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Howarth, Eponine Pamella Claudine (2019) Is the European Union governed by 'unelected bureaucrats'? LSE Undergraduate Political Review (19 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Huang, Yanning (2019) Bank, order in disorder. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

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Iemmi, Valentina ORCID: 0000-0003-3301-0689 (2019) Calm disorders. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

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Ji, Yuhan (2019) Eating your way to integration: the making of a diverse community at LSE. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Juntunen, Laura and Nieminen, Hannu (2019) The future of national news agencies in Europe - case study 3: the changing relationship between news agencies and the state. . London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Media and Communications, London, UK. ISBN 9781909890558

Jääskeläinen, Atte and Yanatma, Servet (2019) The future of national news agencies in Europe - case study 4: business model innovation in media-owned national news agencies. . London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Media and Communications, London, UK. ISBN 9781909890565

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Kabeer, Naila ORCID: 0000-0001-7769-9540 (2019) Rice and fish curry. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Kaldor, Mary (2019) The phenomenon of civicness and researching its advancement. Conflict Research Programme Blog (22 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Kanavos, Panos, Angelis, Aris and Drummond, Michael (2019) An EU-wide approach to HTA: an irrelevant development or an opportunity not to be missed? European Journal of Health Economics, 20 (3). pp. 329-332. ISSN 1618-7598

Keeyaa, Chaurey (2019) Pirates and property: the moralities of branded and generic medicines. Masters thesis, London School of Economics.

Kleiman, Mark A. R. and Ziskind, Jeremy (2019) Lawful access to cannabis: gains, losses and design criteria. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 272 - 278. ISSN 2516-7227

Klein, Axel (2019) Drug problem or medicrime? Distribution and use of falsified Tramadol medication in Egypt and West Africa. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 52-62. ISSN 2516-7227

Kocornik-Mina, Adriana, McDermott, Thomas K.J., Michaels, Guy and Rauch, Ferdinand (2019) Flooded cities. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics. ISSN 1945-7782 (In Press)

Kohonen, Liisa (2019) Greying villages of family planning era China. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Kong, Pengyin (2019) Dancing afterwork. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Koschnick, Julius (2019) Freedom through the weak states? State fragmentation in the Holy Roman Empire. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Kriticos, Sebastian (2019) Keep it clean: can blockchain change the nature of land registry in developing countries? International Growth Centre Blog (05 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Kriticos, Sebastian (2019) The costs of urban giants in sub-Saharan Africa. International Growth Centre Blog (30 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Kriticos, Sebastian and Henderson, J. Vernon (2019) The prospects for manufacturing-led growth in Africa’s cities. IGC Growth Brief Series (020). International Growth Centre, London, UK.

Kukic, Leonard (2019) The last Yugoslavs: ethnic diversity, national identity and civil war. Economic History Working Papers (300). London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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Laliotis, Ioannis, Shaikh, Mujaheed, Stavropoulou, Charitini and Kourouklis, Dimitrios (2019) Retirement and household expenditure in turbulent times. GreeSE Papers (137). London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Lauk, Epp and Einmann, Maret (2019) The future of national news agencies in Europe - case study 2: the survival challenges for news agencies in a small market: News agencies in the Baltic countries. . London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Media and Communications, London, UK. ISBN 9781909890572

Lawall, Katharina (2019) Angry white women? How Immigration has become a “women’s issue” and why it matters [winner - written pitch prize]. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Lawrence, David (2019) What’s wrong with homophobic bakeries? A critical discussion of discrimination and its interaction with political freedoms and religious conscience, drawing on the Asher’s Bakery case in Northern Ireland and Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen’s theory of discrimination. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 22 (1). pp. 61-76. ISSN 1386-2820

Le Cour Grandmaison, Romain, Morris, Nathaniel and Smith, Benjamin (2019) The last harvest? From the US fentanyl boom to the Mexican Opium Crisis. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 312 - 329. ISSN 2516-7227

Lee, Jack (2019) Money's disappearing act. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Levkovych, Oksana (2019) When agency trumps structure: modern problems and historical lessons from the UK and the US. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Li, Joy (2019) Floating identity. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Liu Sixuan, Sarah (2019) Determinants of firm internationalisation, destination choice and internationalisation success. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Luedke, Alicia (2019) The commodification of women and girls in South Sudan: increased risks and continued violence. Conflict Research Programme Blog (04 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

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Mansour, Renad (2019) Iraq’s 2018 government formation: unpacking the friction between reform and the status quo. LSE Middle East Centre report. Middle East Centre, LSE, London, UK.

Maxwell, Daniel (2019) Famine early warning and information systems in conflict settings: challenges for humanitarian metrics and response. . Conflict Research Programme, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

McCoy, Alfred W. (2019) Searching for significance among drug lords and death squads: the covert netherworld as invisible incubator for illicit commerce. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 9-22. ISSN 2516-7227

Memisi, Edita (2019) Are our higher education institutions inclusive? A study of the barriers to student retention. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Misse, Michel (2019) The puzzle of social accumulation of violence in Brazil: some remarks: (Comentários Sobre) O Enigma da Acumulação Social da Violência no Brasil. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 177-182. ISSN 2516-7227

Mitchell, William (2019) Weaving discontent: faith and revolution in ages of disorder. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Mortensen, Thomas and Gutierrez, Eric (2019) Mitigating crime and violence in coca-growing areas. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 63-71. ISSN 2516-7227

Moteea, Preetima (2019) Sun, sand, sea and wall? LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Movimentos/CESeC, (2019) #FavelaLivesMatter: youth from urban peripheries, political engagement and alternatives to the war on drugs. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 238-242. ISSN 2516-7227

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Nikolaidis, Alexandros, Bonvin, Mathilde Justine, Madaj, David, Khourdaji, Alexander, Nava, Lorenza and Doguoglu, Eren (2019) Discourse. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Nyenyezi Bisoka, Aymar and Vlassenroot, Koen (2019) From an electoral to a political crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Conflict Research Programme Blog (14 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

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Okenwa, Doris (2019) Water is thicker than oil. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Old, Jonathan (2019) (When) does democratisation reduce state repression? In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

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Pak, Lauren (2019) Can financial investments "do well" and "do good"? Blended impact:: understanding the implications of impact investing for local economic development. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Palma Carvalho, Helena (2019) The "agrarian question" in Portugal. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Paturel, Alexandre (2019) A tale of two cities. LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders (18 Feb 2019). Website.

Perla Diógenes de Aquino, Jania (2019) Pioneers: the PCC and specialization in the market of major robberies. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). 193–203. ISSN 2516-7227

Pipiou, George (2019) Are populism and democracy incompatible? LSE Undergraduate Political Review (15 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Potter, Naomi (2019) Orientalism: in review. LSE Undergraduate Political Review (15 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Powell, Alison (2019) Understanding automated decisions [winner - staff prize]. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Pérez de la Blanca Terrés, Sancho (2019) Wanderer under the sea of fog. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

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Raman, Alka (2019) From muse to machines: how Indian cottons steered the technological trajectory of the British cotton industry [winner - poster prize]. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Ramasamy, Renuka (2019) Consumerism, artificial Intelligence and the death of human connection. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Rangel, Felipe (2019) Problem and power: informal commerce between repression and enterprisation. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 183-192. ISSN 2516-7227

Reyes, Carlos (2019) Hidden costs of female incarceration in London. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Richardson, Hamish (2019) Heterogeneity of illegal markets: a book review essay. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 262 - 265. ISSN 2516-7227

Rocha Machado, Maíra, de Souza Amaral, Mariana Celano, de Barros, Matheus and Klink de Melo, Ana Clara (2019) Incarcerating at any cost: drug trafficking and imprisonment in Brazilian court reasoning. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). 226–237. ISSN 2516-7227

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Sakha, Sarah (2019) Trump-Effekten: Sweden’s integration of Iranian migrants as a model for the USA. LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 2. pp. 60-80.

Sandmann, Jan-Paul (2019) Populism and the will of the people: how mathematics shows populism to be meaningless. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Schneider, Christian (2019) Will regulating drug markets help governments to better control organized crime? Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 288 - 293. ISSN 2516-7227

Schouten, Peer (2019) How roadblocks, not just minerals, fund rebels and conflict in the Congo. Conflict Research Programme Blog (21 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Sharma, Arzoie (2019) What will the human pick? LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Shaw, Mark (2019) What could an asymmetrical strategy against organised crime look like? A lesson from the drug policy debate. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 99-106. ISSN 2516-7227

Shemilt, Ian, Aluko, Patricia, Graybill, Erin, Craig, Dawn, Henderson, Catherine, Drummond, Michael, Wilson, Edward CF, Robalino, Shannon and Vale, Luke (2019) Economic evidence. In: Higgins, Julian P.T., Thomas, James, Chandler, Jacqueline, Cumpston, Miranda, Li, Tianjing and Page, Matthew J., (eds.) Cochrane Handbook of Systematic Review of Interventions. Cochrane Collaboration, London, UK, pp. 507-523. ISBN 9781119536628

Shoichet, Alexandra (2019) Neighbours. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Sinha, Harshita (2019) The indispensable work and the invisible workers: undocumented Bangladeshi women immigrants in the Indian informal economy [winner - LSE Life prize]. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Skelton, Mac and Ali Saleem, Zmkan (2019) Iraq’s disputed internal boundaries after ISIS: heterogeneous actors vying for influence. LSE Middle East Centre report. LSE Middle East Centre, London, UK.

Snapp, Zara, Tinasti, Khalid and Herrera Valderrábano, Jorge (2019) Regulation of illegal drugs: state control and fragile institutional capacity. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 255 - 261. ISSN 2516-7227

Soares, Luiz Eduardo (2019) Crime, power, and authoritarian capitalism: a dystopian realism experiment. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 243-250. ISSN 2516-7227

Suss, Joel (2019) Hong Kong urbanscape [winner - photograph prize]. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Suss, Joel (2019) Understanding salient inequality in London. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

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Thill, Michel (2019) Recycling as bricolage in the Congolese National Police: lessons from police training in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Congo Research Briefs (2). Conflict Research Programme, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Torres Muñoz, Wanda Tatiana (2019) Cannabis: what are the 21st century global trends regarding its regulation? In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Trautner, Emily and Kim, Jina (2019) Improve health and save money: why NHS should offer immediate birth control after birth. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

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Ustek-Spilda, Funda (2019) Do things have ethics? LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Ustek-Spilda, Funda (2019) Ethical things: designing ethical technologies. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Ustek-Spilda, Funda (2019) From values to things: designing ethical technologies. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

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Vaquero Pineiro, Cristina (2019) Living heritage. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Vella, Paul (2019) Economics gone wrong: revisiting our understanding of unions. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Veloso Hirata, Daniel and Cristoph Grillo, Carolina (2019) Movement and death: illicit drug markets in the cities of São Paulo and Rio De Janeiro: Movimento e Morte: o tráfico de drogas nas cidades de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 122-133. ISSN 2516-7227

Vlassenroot, Koen, Muzalia, Godefroid, Mudinga, Emery and Nyenyezi Bisoka, Aymar (2019) Tumukule, Tumukwepe: how ‘Citoyenneté’ reshaped the democratic space during Congo’s 2018 elections. Conflict Research Programme Blog (31 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Voller, Yaniv (2019) Today’s refugees are tomorrow’s activists: transnational civil society and diaspora activism in Iraqi Kurdistan, Somaliland and South Sudan. Conflict Research Programme Blog (15 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Vyslozil, Wolfgang and Surm, Jasmin (2019) The future of national news agencies in Europe - case study 1: the impact of globally changing media systems on the business and innovation policy of the European international news agencies AFP, dpa and EFE. . London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Media and Communications, London, UK. ISBN 9781909890589

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Walsh, John and Jelsma, Martin (2019) Regulating drugs: resolving conflicts with the UN drug control treaty system. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 266 - 271. ISSN 2516-7227

Wang, Hong (2019) Pricing something out of nothing: the cryptocurrency volatility mystery. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Wang, Jiaqi (2019) Connection. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Wang, Jiaqi (2019) Politics of female sanitary products: a gaze upon sexual bodies. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Wennmann, Achim (2019) A peacebuilding perspective on post-conflict reconstruction in Syria. Conflict Research Programme Blog (14 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Williams, Helen K. R. and Hudson, Clare (2019) MarcEdit and Metadata trends. CILIP Cataloguing and Indexing Group Blog (02 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Wohl, Caroline (2019) From dynasty to decay: an analysis of 19th century changes to the Chinese political economy. LSE Undergraduate Political Review (28 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

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Youssef, Myriam (2019) Syrian people suffer after Pyrrhic victory. Conflict Research Programme Blog (12 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

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Zhou, Yufei (2019) Suck it out or let it die [winner - PhD Academy prize]. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Zhu, Scarlett (2019) The awakening of the dragon: past, present and future of China as a disruptive power in the global economy. In: LSE Research Festival 2019, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

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