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I'm a Teaching Fellow in International Development at the Department of Social and Policy Sciences, lecturing to undergraduate and postgraduate students on issues related to global political economy, the politics of international development and African development. My research interests centre on the political economy of late development in low–income African countries, with a particular focus on production networks, industrialisation and related labour dynamics.

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Research Output 2013 2019

Arrêtez les concasseurs! Transformation, quasi-dépossession et répression autour de la production d’or à Kamituga

Bulambo Mulonda, S., Radley, B. & Geenen, S., 25 Apr 2019, Conjonctures de l’Afrique centrale, 2019. Paris: L'Harmattan, p. 158-186 29 p.

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3 Citations (Scopus)

A Miner's Canary in Eastern Congo: Formalisation of Artisanal 3T mining and Precarious Livelihoods in South Kivu

Vogel, C., Musamba, J. & Radley, B., 2018, In : Extractive Industries and Society. 5, 1, p. 73-80 8 p.

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