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Tracking livelihoods, service delivery and governance: panel survey findings from the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium
Georgina Sturge, Richard Mallett, Jessica Hagen-Zanker and Rachel Slater
This report summarises findings from SLRC’s longitudinal panel survey, which collected data on livelihoods, basic services and governance in fragile and conflict-affected situations. 20/06/2017
Service delivery and state capacity: findings from the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium
Lisa Denney and Richard Mallett with Matthew Benson
This report synthesises findings from the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium on the role that capacity development plays in international support to fragile and conflict-affected situations. 19/06/2017
Service delivery, public perceptions and state legitimacy: findings from the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium
Hamish Nixon and Richard Mallett
This report synthesises work by the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium exploring whether service delivery can improve a state’s legitimacy in the eyes of its people. 19/06/2017
Markets, conflict and recovery: findings from the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium
Richard Mallett and Adam Pain
This report synthesises findings from the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium on markets and economic development in fragile and conflict-affected situations. 19/06/2017
Livelihoods, conflict and recovery: findings from the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium
Dan Maxwell, Dyan Mazurana, Michael Wagner and Rachel Slater
This report synthesises findings from the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium on the role of livelihoods in fragile and conflict-affected situations. 19/06/2017
Tracking change in livelihoods, service delivery and governance: Evidence from a 2012-2015 panel survey in Sri Lanka
Yajna Sanguhan and Vagisha Gunasekara
This working paper draws on a panel survey conducted in Sri Lanka in 2012 and 2015 that collected longitudinal data on the socioeconomic changes amongst communities resettled after the war and their perceptions of local and central government 15/06/2017
Are public services the building blocks of state legitimacy? Input to the World Bank’s 2017 World Development Report
Hamish Nixon, Richard Mallett and Aoife McCullough
This paper presents empirical evidence from survey and qualitative case study data on the relationship between people’s experiences of service delivery and their perceptions of government from eight conflict-affected countries. 14/06/2017
Afghanistan livelihood trajectories: Life on the margins in Sar-i-Pul province
Danielle Huot and Adam Pain
This paper reports on the third wave of a survey looking at the livelihoods of rural Afghans in Sayyad district, Sar-i-Pul province. 13/06/2017
Statebuilding and legitimacy: experiences of South Sudan
Leben Moro, Martina Santschi, Rachel Gordon, Philip Dau and Daniel Maxwell
This report uses South Sudan as an example to interrogate people’s perceptions of the state, asking what – if not service delivery – fosters state legitimacy. 10/05/2017
Basic service delivery and governance processes in South Kivu
A. J. E. Ferf, E. E. Thieme Groen, M. Mashanda, P. Milabyo and G. Sturge
Using a two wave SLRC panel survey, this briefing examines the relationship between perceived basic service provision and the strengthening of state legitimacy in post-conflict DRC. 13/04/2017

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