States of grace : Senegalese in Italy and the new European immigration / Donald Martin Carter. Al-Shabaab in Somalia : the history and ideology of a militant Islamist group, 2005-2012 / Stig Jarle Hansen. Historia ya Kiswahili : 50 BK hadi 1500 BK / David P.B. Massamba. Healing a nation : a testimony : waging and winning a peaceful revolution to unite and heal a broken Rwanda / Dr Theogene
Rural social movements in Latin America : organizing for sustainable livelihoods / edited by Carmen Diana Deere and Frederick S. Royce. Mining, the environment, and indigenous development conflicts / Saleem H. Ali. Treasures of the earth : need, greed, and a sustainable future / Saleem H. Ali. Different rainbows / edited by Peter Drucker. Aid, NGOs and the realities of women’s lives : a perfect storm / Tina Wallace Beyond
Just a reminder that the World Bank eLibrary is still available until 31st December 2103. The access is free of charge and the only requirement from the World Bank is that a number of users will give feedback through a questionnaire when the access has concluded. The Bank would greatly appreciate if you might take a few minutes to provide feedback via the World Bank eLibrary Evaluation Feedback Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/wbelibrary2013trialsurvey. Access from here: https://ezproxy.soas.ac.uk/login?url=http://elibrary.worldbank.org.
To celebrate the launch of a new platform, the World Bank eLibrary is being made available to us from 30th October 2013 until 31st December 2103. The access is free of charge and the only requirement from the World Bank is that a number of users will give feedback through a questionnaire when the access has concluded. This database provides access to the complete collection of research and information from the
To mark yesterday’s International Day of Older Persons, Help Age International has launched their Global AgeWatch Index. The Global AgeWatch Index aims to provide the first-ever overview of the wellbeing of older people around the world, showing what countries are doing to support their ageing populations. Whilst only 91 countries are included this year, it is claimed that this covers 89% of the global population of those over 60 years
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has completed the network of Open Data Platforms in all 54 African countries. This resource provides data on a myriad of topics- ranging from food prices and economic data, through to mobile telephone ownership. It will allow open access to the data needed for managing and monitoring development results in African countries, including tracking progress on the Millennium Development Goals. The Open Data Platform is
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) eLibrary Text Collection is now available to SOAS library users via our subscription to the UK Data Service. The IMF eLibrary Text Collection has periodicals, books and working papers – over 10,000 documents from 1951 onwards. This exciting new resource has information and perspective on macroeconomics, globalisation, development, trade and aid, technical assistance, demographics, emerging markets, policy advice and poverty reduction.
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The macroeconomic theory of exchange rate crises / by Giovanni Piersanti. Manufacturing technology transfer : a Japanese monozukuri view of needs and strategies / Yasuo Yamane and Thomas Childs.
Malawi growth and development strategy : from poverty to prosperity, 2006 – 2011 / Malawi. The macroeconomic theory of exchange rate crises / by Giovanni Piersanti. Manufacturing technology transfer : a Japanese monozukuri view of needs and strategies / Yasuo Yamane and Thomas Childs.