Juliet Inyang is a lecturer in the Department of Marketing, University of Calabar. She is an educator, researcher, data analyst and social entrepreneur with keen interest in international marketing, research and disability issues. Her commitment towards sustainable development is demonstrated through her journal articles, book chapters, awards and her blog Academic Hive (academichive.com).
Director and Professor, Centre for Development Economics and Sustainability (CDES), Monash University
Asad Islam is the Director of the Centre for Development Economics and Sustainability (CDES) and a Professor at the Department of Economics at the Faculty of Business and Economics at Monash University. He is a Development Economist. His recent research focuses on social networks, schooling and health, microfinance, petty corruption, and risk-sharing mechanisms of households. He is particula...
Researcher, Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), World Bank
Ghida Ismail is a researcher in development economics currently based in Uganda. She is working with Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) and the World Bank on impact evaluations to better inform policy on effective poverty reduction approaches. Her research has covered diverse social and economic issues in East Africa, South Asia and the Middle East.
Ruhil Iyer is a Research Officer at the Sanitation Learning Hub at the Institute of Development Studies working on participatory research and timely, actionable and relevant learning in the sanitation and hygiene sector. Her interests lie in identifying and learning from processes and programs tackling concerns like equity, access, vulnerability and marginalization within WASH. Ruhil has an ...
"Today’s development research mixes scientific endeavor with technical advocacy. Scholars are encouraged to contribute research-based solutions to development challenges, and are expected to distill recommendations from their analysis and evidence. They are also advised to communicate the implications of their findings in ways that can reach policy-makers and practitioners most effectively, and then demonstrate their impact on decisions and outcomes."