IAS logo

Research in developing countries

The IAS is interested in finding out the drivers and barriers of conducting research in developing countries and to find answers to key questions such as:

A seminar was held at the IAS on May 3rd 2006 to discuss the above issues and giving short presentations of their own personal experiences were:

Attendees

Dr Angeline Barrett, Graduate School of Education
Professor Peter Bennett, Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Professor Julian Eastoe, School of Chemistry
Professor Wendy Gibson, School of Biological Sciences
Dr Dawei Han, Water and Environment Management Group
Professor Marianne Hester, School for Policy Studies
Dr David Hill, School of Biological Sciences
Dr Lorraine Leu, Hispanic, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
Professor Bronwen Morgan, School of Law
Dr Martin Sieber, Department of Mathematics
Dr Sally Thomas, Graduate School of Education
Dr Mohammed Wanous, Engineering Management Group
Leroy White, Department of Management
Professor Martin White, IAS, The Provost
Dr Susan Jim, IAS, Research Administrator

Bristol's research connections with developing countries

Our definition of developing countries also includes emerging and super-developing countries, and those in receipt of World Bank aid.

Other meetings

(Back to top)