Professor Mick Moore
Prof Mick P Moore (CV)
Institute of Development Studies, Brighton BN1 9RE UK
Tel: (direct line) +44 (0)1273-878689
Fax: +44 (0)1273 621202
Political Economist working on institutional and political aspects of development; the causes of 'good' and 'bad' government; the effects of government revenue sources on governance; and the relationship between politics and private enterprise in poor countries. He is also the Director for DRC Future State.
'Britain 's New White Paper: Making Governance Work for the Poor', (with Sue Unsworth), Development Policy Review 24(6) Book Review Article), (forthcoming Nov 2006)
'The new private philanthropies could challenge the existing aid business', Boston Review - A Political & Literary Forum vol 31 no 4: 11-12, 2006.
'Taxation and the Political Agenda, North and South', Forum for Development Studies, no. 1, vol. 31, 2004.
View Research Summary #1
'The Development of Political Underdevelopment', in Graham
Harrison (ed.) Global Encounters: IPE, Development and Global Governance.
Palgrave Macmillan IPE Series, London, 2004.
'Revenues, state formation and the quality of governance in developing
countries', International Political Science Review Vol.
25, No. 3: 297-319, 2004.
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'Institutionalised co-production: unorthodox public service delivery
in challenging environments' (with Anuradha Joshi), Journal of Development
Studies Vol.40, No.4, 2004.
View Research Summary #18
Proliferation: How responsible are the donors? (with Arnab Acharya
and Ana Fuzzo de Lima), IDS Working Paper No.214, 2004.
makes microcredit programmes effective? Fashionable fallacies and workable
realities (with Pankaj Jain), IDS Working Paper No. 177, 2003.
New Politics of Taxation and Accountability (with Lisa Rakner).
IDS Bulletin Vol.33, No.3, 2002.