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Faciolince, María and Green, Duncan (2021) One door opens: another door shuts? Development and Change, 52 (2). 373 - 382. ISSN 0012-155X

Monograph

Green, Duncan and Kirk, Thomas (2020) Observing Covid-19 in Africa through a public authorities lens. Centre for Public Authority and International Development Working Papers. Firoz Lalji Centre for Africa, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Online resource

Green, Duncan (2021) How an arts project created real-world impact for refugees and formerly displaced persons. Africa at LSE (26 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Green, Duncan (2021) Working with serendipity to produce impact. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Green, Duncan (2021) Supporting early warning systems for famine in South Sudan. Africa at LSE (19 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Green, Duncan and Kirk, Tom (2020) Covid-19 in Africa: looking beyond the role of national governments. LSE Covid 19 Blog (13 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Green, Duncan and Kirk, Tom (2020) Observing covid-19 in Africa through a ‘public authorities’ lens. Africa at LSE (08 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Akello Ayebare, Grace and Green, Duncan (2020) What went wrong with Uganda’s 2018 Ebola response? Africa at LSE (02 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Green, Duncan (2020) How will Africa have changed one year from now? Africa at LSE (15 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Green, Duncan (2020) How is COVID playing out in fragile and conflict affected settings? From Poverty to Power (07 Apr 2020). Blog Entry.

Green, Duncan (2020) Book Review:: Plagues and the Paradox of Progress by Thomas J. Bollyky. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (22 Mar 2020). Blog Entry.

Green, Duncan (2018) Book review: "the real politics of the Horn of Africa" by Alex de Waal. Africa at LSE (05 Oct 2018). Website.

Green, Duncan (2018) How DFID works with non-state power holders in fragile and conflict-afflicted places. Africa at LSE (13 Aug 2018). Website.

Green, Duncan (2018) Escaping the fragility trap? Why is it so hard to think constructively about fragile states? Africa at LSE (10 Aug 2018). Website.

Green, Duncan (2018) #PublicAuthority through the eyes of a dead fish. Africa at LSE (07 Jun 2018). Website.

Green, Duncan (2018) What I learned about #PublicAuthority from spending two days with a bunch of anthropologists, political scientists and others. Africa at LSE (06 Jun 2018). Website.

Green, Duncan (2018) An experiment in participatory blogging on Ebola in Sierra Leone. Africa at LSE (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Green, Duncan (2017) Book review: how China escaped the poverty trap by Yuen Yuen Ang. LSE Review of Books (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Green, Duncan (2017) Want to ensure your research influences policy? Advice from a government insider. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Oct 2017). Website.

Green, Duncan (2017) The NGO-Academia interface: obstacles to collaboration, lessons from systems thinking and suggested ways forward. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Apr 2017). Website.

Green, Duncan (2016) Academics and NGOs can work together in partnership but must do so earlier and with genuine knowledge exchange. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Oct 2016). Website.

Green, Duncan (2016) How academics and NGOs can work together to influence policy: insights from the InterAction report. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Sep 2016). Website.

Green, Duncan and Kamal-Yanni, Mohga (2016) Deworming delusions in the search for scientific certainty. Africa at LSE (01 Aug 2016). Website.

Green, Duncan (2016) Conference rage: how did something as truly awful as paneldiscussions become the default format? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Jun 2016). Website.

Green, Duncan (2016) Duncan Green: Book Review – Alex de Waal, “The Real Politics of the Horn of Africa”. International Development (07 Mar 2016). Website.

Green, Duncan (2015) An antidote to futility: Why academics (and students) should take blogging / social media seriously. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Oct 2015). Website.

Green, Duncan and Yamada, Takumo (2015) How will the #SDGs differ from the MDGs? Africa at LSE (21 Oct 2015). Website.

Green, Duncan and Yamada, Takumo (2015) How will the #SDGs differ from the MDGs? Africa at LSE (20 Oct 2015). Website.

Green, Duncan (2015) Africa is rising – but for whom? Winnie Byanyima captivates a full house at LSE. International Development (13 Oct 2015). Website.

Green, Duncan, Green, Elliott D. and Weinhold, Diana (2015) Response to Angus Deaton’s award of the Nobel Prize in Economics. International Development (12 Oct 2015). Website.

Green, Duncan (2015) How can INGOs get better? Duncan Green’s ‘surprisingly interesting’ conversation with finance directors. International Development (16 Sep 2015). Website.

Green, Duncan (2015) What difference do remittances and migration make back home? Duncan Green selects from the Economist. International Development (08 Sep 2015). Website.

Green, Duncan (2012) Can theories of change help researchers (or their funders) have more impact? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Sep 2012). Website.

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