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Bath Papers in International Development and Well-Being (BPIDW) Bath Papers in International Development and Well-Being publishes research and policy analysis by scholars and development practitioners in the CDS and its wider network. Submissions to the series are encouraged; submissions should be directed to the Series Editor, and will be subject to a blind peer review process prior to acceptance.

Series Editors: Susan Johnson & Shahid Perwez Website: http://www.bath.ac.uk/cds/publications Email: s.z.johnson@bath.ac.uk





1. Financial access and exclusion in Kenya and Uganda Susan Johnson, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath; and, Max Niño-Zarazua, Independent Consultant, Mexico City

2. Financial inclusion, vulnerability, and mental models: From physical access to effective use of financial services in a low-income area of Mexico City Max Niño-Zarazua, Independent Consultant, Mexico City; and, James G. Copestake, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

3. Legible pluralism: The politics of ethnic and religious identification in Malaysia Graham K. Brown, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

4. Contesting the boundaries of religion in social mobilization Graham K. Brown, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath, Séverine Deneulin, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath; and, Joseph Devine, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

5. The politics of financial policy making in a developing country: The Financial Institutions Act in Thailand Arissara Painmanakul, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath 6. ‘Get to the bridge and I will help you cross’: Merit, personal connections, and money as routes to success in Nigerian higher education Chris Willott, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

7. The role of informal groups in financial markets: Evidence from Kenya Susan Johnson, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath, Markku Malkamäki, Decentralised Financial Services Project, Kenya; and, Max Niño-Zarazua, Independent Consultant, Mexico City

8. Hope movements: Social movements in the pursuit of development Séverine Deneulin, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath; and, Ana C. Dinerstein, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

9. The political economy of secessionism: Inequality, identity and the state Graham K. Brown, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

10. Does modernity still matter? Evaluating the concept of multiple modernities and its alternatives Elsje Fourie, University of Trento

11. Côte d’Ivoire’s elusive quest for peace Arnim Langer, Centre for Peace Research and Strategic Studies, University of Leuven

12. The role of social resources in securing life and livelihood in rural Afghanistan Paula Kantor, International Centre for Research on Women; and, Adam Pain, Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit

13. Beyond subjective well-being: A critical review of the Stiglitz Report approach to subjective perspectives on quality of life Sarah C. White, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath, Stanley O. Gaines, Department of Psychology, Brunel University; and, Shreya Jha, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

14. Inclusive financial markets: Is transformation under way in Kenya?

Susan Johnson, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath; and, Steven Arnold, Department of Economics, University of Bath

15. Human rights trade-offs in a context of systemic unfreedom: The case of the smelter town of La Oroya, Peru Areli Valencia, University of Victoria, Canada

16. Limits of participatory democracy: Social movements and the displacement of disagreement in South America; and, Juan Pablo Ferrero, Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath

17. Justice and deliberation about the good life: The contribution of Latin American buen vivir social movements to the idea of justice Séverine Deneulin, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

18. Political economy analysis, aid effectiveness and the art of development management James Copestake and Richard Williams, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

19. Patriarchal investments: Marriage, dowry and economic change in rural Bangladesh Sarah C White, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

20. The speed of the snail: The Zapatistas’ autonomy de facto and the Mexican State Ana C. Dinerstein, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

21. Informality and Corruption Ajit Mishra, University of Bath; and Ranjan Ray, Monash University, Australia 22. ‘Everything is Politics’: Understanding the political dimensions of NGO legitimacy in conflictaffected and transitional contexts Oliver Walton, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

23. The political economy of financial inclusion: Working with governments on market development Susan Johnson, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath; and Richard Williams, Oxford Policy Management, Oxford

24. Behind the aid brand: Distinguishing between development finance and assistance James Copestake, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

25. Beyond the grumpy rich man and the happy peasant: Subjective perspectives on wellbeing and food security in rural India Sarah C. White, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

26. Understanding Policy and Programming on Sex-Selection in Tamil Nadu: Ethnographic and Sociological Reflections Shahid Perwez, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

27. From the Idea of Justice to the Idea of Injustice: Mixing the Ideal, Non-ideal and Dynamic Conceptions of Injustice Oscar Garza, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath

28. Challenge funds in international development Anne-Marie O’Riordan, James Copestake, Juliette Seibold & David Smith, Triple line Consulting and University of Bath

29. Can’t buy me happiness: How voluntary simplicity contributes to subjective wellbeing Nadine van Dijk, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Switzerland

30. Competing visions of financial inclusion in Kenya: The rift revealed by mobile money transfer

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