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Curriculum vitae


Date of Birth:                                                7th October 1942
Place of Birth:                                               Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
Nationality:                                                   British
Gender:                                                          Male
Marital Status:                                              Married, with two children
Address in Oxford                                     31, Riverside Road, Oxford, OX2 0HT
Telephone in Oxford                                 00-44-1865-726695
E-MAIL                                                     JOHN.TOYE@PHONECOOP.COOP


1978               PhD in Economics.   Thesis Subject: “Public Expenditure and State Accumulation in India, 1960-1970”: University of London.

1968-1970     MSc (Economics) with Distinction.   Area of Study: “The Economics of Poor Countries”: The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

1968, 1964    MA and BA (First Class with Distinction) in History.   Area of Study: “English and European History”: University of Cambridge.

1964-1965     Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship, Harvard University, USA.   Area of study:   “Legal and Constitutional Theory”.


2003-2009 Senior Research Associate, Department of International Development, University of Oxford.

2000- 2003 Director, Centre for the Study of African Economies, Department of Economics, University of Oxford and Visiting Professorial Fellow, St Antony’s College, Oxford.

1998-2000 Director, Globalisation and Development Strategies Division, UN Conference on Trade and Development, Geneva.

1987-1997 Director, Institute of Development Studies and Professorial Fellow of the University of Sussex

1982-1987 Professor of Development Policy and Planning and Director, Centre for Development Studies, University of Wales, Swansea.

1980-1982 Director of Research Co-ordination, Commodities Research Unit Ltd., (London and New York).  Continued as Non-executive Director, 1982-85.

1977-1980 Assistant Director of Development Studies, University of Cambridge.

1975-1977 Research Officer, Overseas Studies Committee, University of Cambridge.

1972-1974 Graduate Assistant, Centre of South Asian Studies, University of Cambridge.

1970-1972 Research Fellow in Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

1965-1968 Assistant Principal, UK Home Civil Service, Her Majesty’s Treasury.


2010-12 Honorary Professorial Associate, School of Oriental and African Studies

1989- 92 Honorary Fellow, School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham.

1994-1996 President, Development Studies Association of Great Britain and Ireland.

2005- Honorary Trustee, the Institute of Development Studies at Sussex University.

2010- Fellow. Human Development and Capability Association.


1972-1980     Fellow and Tutor, Wolfson College, Cambridge

1981-1983     Consultant on Third World Studies, Open University

1982-1987     Member of the Board of Studies of the Institute of Development Studies

1984-1985     Co-chairman, EEC/South Asia Discussion Group, Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels, Belgium

1984-1987     Member of Council, Development Studies Association

1985-1987     Chairman of the Conference of Directors of Special Courses on Overseas Development

1988-1998     Member of Council of the Overseas Development Institute, London

1989-1995     Member of the ODA Advisory Committee on Economic and Social Research Overseas

1994-2003   Member of the Policy Committee of the CSAE, Oxford University.


1976 –             Journal of Development Studies

1976 – 1980   Managing Editor

1980 – 2006  Chairman of the Editorial Board

1989 – 99       Contemporary South Asia

1989 – 07       Journal of International Development

1994 – 97       World Development

1995 – 07       European Journal of Development Research

 2003 –           Oxford Development Studies


1976-1978     School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, MSc (Economics)

1978-1980     University of Sussex, MA in Development Economics

1982-1985     University of Manchester, MA Development Economics

1983-1985     The Institute of Development Studies, MPhil in Development Studies.

1984-1986     University of East Anglia, BA in Development Studies

1986-1988     London School of Economics, Diploma in Social Administration

1991-1992     University of Manchester, MA in Development Administration and Management and Postgraduate Diploma in Development Administration.

1997-2000    University of Oxford, M Phil in Development Studies.

1976-              External Examiner of doctoral theses at the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, London, Edinburgh, Wales, Kent, and Sussex.


Professional assignments successfully completed in 25 overseas countries, including the following.

1978               UK Member of first Indo-British Exchange, New Delhi, India.

1983-1984     Team Leader, Evaluation of ODA. Projects financed under the Aid and Trade Provision (ATP) in 1977-80 (Zambia, Tanzania, Egypt and Cyprus)

1984               Consultant to World Bank/IMF Development Committee’s Study of Aid Effectiveness

1986               Chief of Mission, Evaluation of ODA Slum Upgrading Project, Hyderabad, India

1987               Leader of UK team to Seminar on Agrarian Development, Institute of Oriental Studies, Moscow, USSR.

1988               ODA-financed research on structural adjustment in Ghana.

1990-1991     Lecture tours to Japan, Denmark, Poland, USA.

1991               Led joint Japanese-IDS mission to Ghana.

1992               EC-financed research on structural adjustment and the health sector in Tanzania.

1993               Led IDS team giving high-level seminars in Public Sector Management to Cambodian ministers and officials on behalf of UNTAC.

1994              IDS mission on Public Expenditure and Poverty Assessment on behalf of the ODA

1995              IDS Evaluation Team on EU-Ethiopia Co-operation

1996               Evaluator, Commonwealth Secretariat (Economic and Social programmes)

2000               Evaluator, of the Africa Capacity Building Foundation for DFID.

2002-3           Principal Researcher, ESRC Global Poverty Research Programme  2002               Member of team reviewing DFID research strategy.

2004                Consultant to DFID “Pro-poor Growth” project.

2009                Author of background paper for World Economic and Social Survey 2010.

2010 – 11     Chair of External Panel to review the UN University’s World Institute of Development Economic Research, Helsinki.


Authored Books

  1. Public Expenditure and Indian Development Policy, 1960-70, Cambridge University Press, 1981
  2. Dilemmas of Development: Reflections on the Counter-Revolution in Development Theory and Policy, First Edition, Blackwell, Oxford, UK and Cambridge, USA, 1987, Second Edition, 1993, Japanese translation, 2005.
  3. (with M. Lipton) Does Aid Work in India?   A Country Study of Official Development Assistance, Routledge, London, 1990
  4. (With Paul Mosley and Jane Harrigan) Aid and Power:  The World Bank and Policy-Based Lending in the 1980s, First Edition, 2 volumes, Routledge, London, 1991, Second Edition, 1995.
  5. Structural Adjustment and Employment Policy: Issues and Experience, International Labour Organisation, Geneva, 1995.
  6. Keynes on Population, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2000.
  7. (with Richard Toye) The UN and Global Political Economy: Trade, Finance and Development, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 2004.

Edited Books and Special Issues of Journals

  1. Taxation and Economic Development, Frank Cass, 1978.
  2. (with Sheila Smith) Trade and Poor Economies, Frank Cass, 1979.
  3. Indo-European Cooperation in an Interdependent World, Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels, 1989.
  4. Dudley Seers: His Work and Influence, IDS Bulletin, Vol. 20, No.3, 1989.
  5. Evaluating Programme Aid, IDS Bulletin, Vol. 27, No. 4, 1996
  6. (with Richard Auty) Challenging the Orthodoxies, Macmillan, 1996.
  7. (with Helen O’Neill) A World Without Famine? Macmillan, 1997.
  8. Trade and Development.  Directions for the Twenty-first Century, Edward Elgar, 2003.
  9. (with David Hulme) Understanding Poverty and Well-being: Bridging the Disciplines, Routledge, 2006.

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. ‘Structural Change in the Government Sector of the Indian States, 1955-1970’, Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2, 1973, 261-277.
  2. ‘How Progressive are Indian Consumption Taxes?’, Economic and Political Weekly, 20th March, 1976.
  3. ‘Economic Theories of Politics and Public Finance’, British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 6, October, 1976, 433-447.
  4. ‘Economic Trends and Policies in India during the Emergency’, World Development, April, 1977, 303-316.
  5. ‘Equity versus Ease in Indian Land Tax Policy’, Modern Asian Studies, Vol.12, Pt. 2, April, 1978, 285-305.   Also published in J F J Toye (editor), Taxation and Economic Development, Frank Cass, 1978.
  6. (with Sheila Smith) ‘Three Stories about Trade and Poor Economies’, Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 15, No. 3, 1979, 1-18.   Also published in Sheila Smith and John Toye (editors) Trade and Poor Economies, Frank Cass, 1979.
  7. ‘Does Development Studies Have a Core?’, IDS Bulletin, Vol. 11, No. 3, July, 1980, 14-20.
  8. ‘Public Expenditure Reform in India and Malaysia’, Development and Change, Vol. 12, No. 1, 121-144.
  9. ‘The Disparaging of Development Economics’, Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 20, No. 1, October, 1983, 87-107.   Also published in C Cooper and E V K FitzGerald (editors), Development Studies Revisited.   Twenty-five Years of the Journal of Development Studies, London, Frank Cass, 1989, 525­-545.
  10. ‘Recession, the Third World and the Base Metals Industries’, World Development, Vol. 12, No. 9, September, 1984, 923-934.
  11. ‘Dirigisme and Development Economics’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 9, No. 1, March, 1985, 1-14.
  12. ‘Aid and Institution Building. The Case of Indian Agriculture’, IDS Bulletin, Vol. 17, No. 2, April, 1986, 66-71.   Also published in M Shepperdson and C Simmons (editors) The Indian National Congress and the Political Economy of India 1885-1985, Aldershot, Gower, 1987, 372-381.
  13. (with G Clark) ‘The Aid and Trade Provision: Origins, Dimensions and Possible Reforms’, Development Policy Review, Vol. 4, No. 4, December, 1986, 291-313.   Also published in Second Report (1986-87) of the Foreign Affairs Committee, HC 32, on Bilateral Aid: Country Programmes, as Appendix II, London HMSO, 195-205.
  14. ‘Development Studies and Change in Contemporary Britain’, World Development, Vol. 15, No. 4, April, 1987.   Also published in L Bown and M Veitch (editors), Development Studies and Change in Contemporary Britain, London, Economic and Social Research Council, 1986.
  15. ‘Political Economy and the Analysis of Indian Development’, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 22, Pt I, February, 1988, 97-122.   Also published as Chapter 6 of J Toye, Dilemmas of Development, Oxford, Blackwell, 1987 and 1993.
  16. (with P Mosley) ‘The Design of Structural Adjustment Programmes’, Development Policy Review, Vol. 6, No. 4, December, 1988, 395-413.
  17. ‘Nicholas Kaldor and Tax Reform in Developing Countries’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 13, No. 1, March, 1989, 183-200.   Also published in T Lawson, J G Palma and J Sender (editors), Kaldor’s Political Economy, Academic Press, 1989, 183-200.
  18. ‘Can the World Bank Resolve the Crisis of Developing Countries?’, Journal of International Development, Vol. 1, No.2, April,1989, 261-272.
  19. ‘Nationalism and Structuralism: Two Themes in the Work of Dudley Seers’, IDS Bulletin, Vol. 20, No. 3, July, 1989, 53-58.
  20. ‘Tax Reform in South Asia: Yesterday and Today’, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 23, No. 4, October, 1989, 797-813.
  21. ‘Interest Group Politics and the Implementation of Adjustment Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa’, Journal of International Development, Vol. 2, No. 4, 1992, 183-197.   Also published in P Gibbon, Y Bangura and A Ofstad (editors), Authoritarianism, Democracy and Adjustment: The Politics of Economic Reform in Africa, Seminar Proceedings No. 26, The Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Uppsala, 1992, 106-126.   Also published in P Mosley (editor), Development Finance and Policy Reform, London, Macmillan, 1992.
  22.  (with C. Jackson) ‘Public Expenditure Policy and Poverty Reduction: Has the World Bank got it Right?’ IDS Bulletin, Vol. 27, No. 1, 1996, 56-66.
  23.  ‘Keynes on Population and Economic Growth’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 21, No. 1, 1997, 1-26.
  24. (with M. Moore) ‘Taxation, Corruption and Reform’, European Journal of Development Research, Vol. 10, No. 1, June, 60-84.   Also published in M. Robinson (editor), Corruption and Development, London, Frank Cass, 1998.   Also published in R. Williams (editor), The Politics of Corruption, Edward Elgar.
  25. ‘Nationalising the Anti-Poverty Agenda’, IDS Bulletin, Vol. 30, No. 2, April 1999, 6-12.   Also published in L. Emmerij (editor), Economic and Social Development in the XXI Century, Washington DC, Inter-American Development Bank, 1998.
  26. ‘Fiscal Crisis and Fiscal Reform in Developing Countries’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 24, No. 1, 2000, 21-44.
  27. (with R. Toye) ‘The Origins and Interpretation of the Prebisch-Singer Thesis’, History of Political Economy, Vol. 35, No. 3, Fall 2003, 347-367.
  28. (with R. Toye) ‘From Multilateralism to Modernisation: US Strategy on Trade, Finance and Development in the United Nations, 1945-63’, Forum for Development Studies, No. 1-2005, 127-50.
  29. (with R. Toye) ‘From New Era to Neo-liberalism: US Strategy on Trade, Finance and Development in the United Nations, 1964-82’, Forum for Development Studies, No. 1-2005, 151-180.
  30. (with R. Toye) ‘How the UN Moved from Full Employment to Economic Development’, Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, Vol. 44.1, 2006, 13-31.
  31. ‘Hans Singer and International Development’, Journal of International Development, 18, 2006, 915-23.
  32. ‘Keynes and Development Economics: a Sixty-Year Perspective”, Journal of International Development, 18, 2006, 983-995.
  33. ‘Hans Singer’s Debts to Schumpeter and Keynes’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 30, 2006, 819-833.
  34. (with D. Hulme) ‘The Case for Cross-disciplinary Social Science Research on Poverty, Inequality and Well-being’, Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 42, No. 7, 2006, 1085-1107
  35.  ‘Poverty reduction’, Development in Practice, Vol. 17. 4-5, 2007, 505- 10.
  36.  ‘Exploring Utopia (Limited) with a Companion’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 32, No. 3, 2008, 513-25.
  37. “Macroeconomic Policy, Labour Markets and Growth in Developed and Developing Countries”, IDS Bulletin, 39.2, 2008, 112-9.
  38. “Herbert Frankel: From Colonial Economics to Development Economics”, Oxford Development Studies, Vol. 37, No.2, 2009, 171-82.
  39. “Development with Dearer Food: Can the Invisible Hand Guide Us?”, Journal of International Development, Vol. 21, 2009, 757-64.
  40. “Solow in the Tropics”, History of Political Economy, Vol. 41, Annual Supplement, 2009, 221-40.
  41. “One World, Two Cultures? Alfred Zimmern, Julian Huxley and the Ideological Origins of UNESCO”. History, 2010.
  42. ‘The World Improvement Plans of Fritz Schumacher’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 2012 forthcoming.

Other Articles

  1. (with S. Smith) ‘The Third World and the International Economy Since 1971’, Socialist Economic Review 1981, Merlin Press, 1981.
  2. ‘The CRU Long-Term Copper Model’, Copper Studies, 30th June, 1981.
  3. ‘The Case for Hard Cash in Aid to the Third World’, The Times, 24 May, 1984.
  4. ‘International Commodity Agreements: Not Everybody’s Cup of Tea’, CDS Newsletter No. 12, Swansea, University College, Swansea, 1986.
  5. ‘Worlds in Collision’, The Times Higher Education Supplement, 11 July, 1986.
  6. ‘Development Planning at the Crossroads’, Development.  Journal of the Society for International Development, 1989: 4, 89-95.   Also published in International Journal of Development Planning Literature, Vol. 5, No.2, 1990, April, 43-57.
  7. ‘World Development and International Finance since 1970’, Economic Papers 24, Warsaw, Central School of Planning and Statistics, 1990, 72-86.
  8. ‘The Treatment of Time in Keynes’s Economics’, Ekonomska Misao I Praksa, god V, Zagreb, 1996.
  9. ‘Corruption, the Re-Design of Tax Systems and the Value-Added Tax’, Zagreb International Review of Economics and Business, Vol. 1. No. 1, 1998, May, 45-60.
  10. ‘Professor Sir Hans Singer: Development economist whose unorthodox theories became accepted UN practice’, The Independent, 4 March 2006.
  11. ‘Sir Hans Singer’, Royal Economic Society Newsletter, April 2006, 16-17.
  12. ‘O Papel da Política Fiscal para a Estabilização e Crescimento Economicos: O Exemplo do Sistema de Controle dos Gastos Públicos na Grã-Bretanha’, Boletim deDesenvolvimento Fiscal, 01, IPEA, Brasilia, 2006 Junho, 12-17.
  13. ‘Alfred Maizels (1917-2006): Challenging Economic Dependence on Commodities’, Oxford Development Studies, Vol. 34, No. 3, September, 293-8.

Contributions to Edited Volumes

  1. (with S M S Shah) ‘Fiscal Incentives for Firms in Some Developing Countries: Survey and Critique’ in J F J Toye (editor), Taxation and Economic Development, London, Frank Cass, 1978.   Also published in R M Bird and O Oldman (editors), Taxation in Developing Countries, Fourth edition, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990, 153-163.
  2. ‘Comment on the Conference’ in A Robinson, P R Brahmananda and L K Deshpande (editors), Employment policy in a Developing Country: the Case of India, London, Macmillan for the IEA, 2 Vols., 1983.
  3. ‘Interdependence: from Kant to Brandt’, Third World Studies, Block 4, The International Setting, Milton Keynes, the Open University Press.
  4. ‘Economic Development’, in A and J Kuper (editors), The Social Science Encyclopaedia, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul.
  5. ‘Promoting the Private Sector: Should the World Bank do More or Less?’, in Recovery in the Developing World: the London Symposium on the World Bank’s Role, Washing ton DC, 1986, 61-68.
  6. ‘Aid and Market Forces’, in Robert Cassen and Associates, Does Aid Work?, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1986, 241-259.
  7. ‘Development Theory and the Experience of Development: Issues for the Future’, in L Emmerij (editor), Development Policies and the Crisis of the 1980s, Paris, OECD, 1987, 18-41.   Also published in French.
  8. ‘The Year of Liberal Revolution: A Survey of 1989’, in World Economic and Business Review 1990, Oxford, Blackwell Reference, 1990, xix-xxiii.
  9. ‘Ghana’s Economic Reforms 1983-7: origins, achievements and limitations’, in J Pickett and H Singer (editors), Towards Economic Recovery in Sub-Saharan Africa, London, Routledge, 1990.
  10. ‘Is There a New Political Economy of Development?’, in C Colclough and J Manor (editors) States or Markets?  Neo-Liberalism and the Development Debate, Oxford, OUP, 1991, 321-338.   Also published in J Martinussen (editor), Development Theory and the Role of the State in Third World Countries, Occasional Paper No.2, International Development Studies, Roskilde University Centre, 1991, 160.185.
  11. ‘The Aid and Trade Provision of the British Overseas Aid Programme’ in P Burnell (editor), Britain’s Overseas Aid since 1979: Between Idealism and Self-Interest, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1991, 97-124.
  12. ‘Comment’ in G Meier (editor), Politics and Policy-making in Developing Countries, San Francisco, ICS Press, 1991, 111-119.
  13. ‘World Bank Policy-Conditioned Loans: How did they work in Ghana in the 1980s?’, in C Milner and A J Rayner (editors), Policy Adjustment in Africa.   Case Studies in Economic Development, Vol. 1, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1992.
  14. ‘Britain, the United States and the World Debt Crisis’, in J Michie (editor) The Economic Legacy 1979-1992, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, London, 1992.
  15. ‘Financial Structure and Economic Development’, in P Newman et al. (editors), The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1992.
  16. ‘Keynes, Russia and the State in Developing Countries’, in D Crabtree and A P Thirlwall (editors), Keynes and the Role of the State, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1993.
  17. ‘Dilemmas of Development: New Challenges, New Theories?’, in A Ofstad and A Wiig (editors), Development Theory: Recent Trends, Bergen, Christian Michelsen Institute, 1993.
  18. ‘Comment’, in J Williamson (editor), The Political Economy of Policy Reform, Washington DC, Institute for International Economics, 1994.
  19. ‘The Appraisal and Evaluation of Structural Adjustment Lending:  Some Questions of Method’, in R Prendergast and F Stewart, Market Forces and World Development, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1994.
  20. ‘Keynes, Agriculture and Development’, in J D MacArthur and J Weiss (editors), Agriculture, Projects and Development, Aldershot, Avebury, 1994.
  21. ‘Structural Adjustment: context, assumptions, origin and diversity’, in R van der Hoeven and F van der Kraaj (editors),Structural Adjustment and Beyond in Sub-Saharan Africa, The Hague, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DGIS) in association with James Currey, London, and Heinemann, New Hampshire, 1994, 18-35.   Also published as Chapitre 2, L’ajustement Structurel et Au-delà en Afrique Subsaharienne, Paris, Editions Karthala, 1995.
  22. ‘The New Institutional Economics and its Implications for Development Theory’, in J Harriss, J Hunter and C M Lewis (editors), The New Institutional Economics and Third World Development, London, Routledge, 1995.
  23. ‘Structural Adjustment, Labour Markets and Employment Policy’, in C Harvey (editor), Constraints on the Success of Structural Adjustment Programmes in Africa, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1996.
  24. (with R Auty) ‘Introduction: Challenging the Orthodoxies’, in R M Auty amd J Toye (editors), Challenging the Orthodoxies, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1996.
  25. ‘The Treatment of Time in Keynes’s Early Economics’, in S Sharma (editor), John Maynard Keynes, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 1998.
  26. ‘Supra-National Compensation Schemes for Temporary Export Losses: a Critique’, in D Sapsford and J Chen (editors), Development Economics and Policy, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1998.
  27. ‘The Problem of State Legitimacy and its Implications for Tax Reform and the Provision of Basic Services’, in E W Nafziger and R. Vayrynen (editors), The Prevention of Humanitarian Emergencies, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2002.
  28. ‘Order and Justice in the International Trade System’, in R. Foot, J. Gaddis and A. Hurrell (editors), Order and Justice in International Relations, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2003.
  29. ‘Changing Perspectives in Development Economics’, in H-J Chang (editor), Rethinking Development Economics, London, Anthem Press, 2003.
  30. ‘The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank’, in J. Michie (editor), The Handbook of Globalisation, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2003.
  31. (with Richard Toye) ‘Economic Knowledge and Managerial Power at the United Nations: a Comparative View’, in M. Daunton and F. Trentmann (editors), Worlds of Political Economy, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
  32. ‘The Significance of Keynes for Development Economics’, in Jomo K. S. (editor), Pioneers of Development Economics, London, Zed Press, 2005, 123-41.
  33. (with Richard Toye) ‘Raúl Prebisch and the Limits of Industrialisation’ in Edgar J. Dosman (editor), Raúl Prebisch: Power, Principle and the Ethics of Development, Buenos Aires, IDB-INTAL, 2006, 21-30.
  34. (with Richard Toye) ‘The World Bank as a Knowledge Agency’ in P. Utting (editor), Reclaiming Development Agendas.   Knowledge, Power and International Policy Making, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, 90-107.
  35. (with Richard Toye) ‘Brave New Organization: Julian Huxley’s Philosophy’ in Lamar, J. (editor), Sixty Years of Science at UNESCO, Paris, UNESCO Publishing, 2006, 40-3.
  36. ‘The Influence of Keynes on Development Economics’ in Arestis, P., J. McCombie and R. Vickerman (editors), Growth and Economic Development: Essays in Honour of A. P. Thirlwall, Cheltenham, Edweard Elgar, 2006, 264-80.
  37. ‘Modern Bureaucracy’ in Chang, H-J. (editor), Institutional Change and Economic Development, Tokyo, United nations University Press, 2007, 75-94.
  38. (with Richard Toye) ‘Alfred Zimmern, Julian Huxley et le leadership initial de l’UNESCO’ in 60 ans d’histoire de l’UNESCO, Paris, Maison de l’UNESCO, 2007, 77-88.
  39. ‘China’s Impact on Sub-Saharan African Development: Trade, Aid and Politics’ in Arestis, P. and J. Eatwell (editors), Issues in Economic Development and Globalization: Essays in Honour of Ajit Singh, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, 95-114.
  40. ‘Commodities, Co-operation and World Economic Development: the Mission of Alfred Maizels (1917-2006)’, in M. Nissanke and G. Mavrotas (editors), Commodities, Governance and Economic Development under Globaliozation, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, 3-17.
  41. ‘Social Wellbeing and Conflict: Themes from the Work of Frances Stewart’, in V. FitzGerald, J. Heyer and R. Thorp (editors), Overcoming the Pesistence of Inequality and Poverty, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 19-42.

Official Reports

  1. (with C. D. MacQuaide) ATP Projects Evaluation: a Study of Six Projects Financed under the Aid and Trade Contingency Provision between 1978 and 1980.   Report to the UK Overseas Development Administration (Ev 316), London, December 1986.
  2. ‘Memorandum by Professor John Toye, Institute of Development Studies, Universirty of Sussex’, Appendix 14 in Public Expenditure: Pergau Hydro-Electric Project, Malaysia, The Aid and Trade Provision and Related Matters, Vol. II, Foreign Affairs Committee Third Report, Session 1993-4, London, HMSO, 1994, 289-300.

Commissioned Reports

    1. 1.      (with D Marsden and J M Whetton) The Hyderabad Slum Improvement Project: a First Report, Swansea, Eidawn Development Services Ltd, February, 1986.   Report to the UK ODA.
    2. 2.      (with M Segall) Interdependence between the World Economy, Health and the World Health Organization, Brighton, October, 1989.   Report to the WHO.
    3. Intégration des Aspects de Santé et des Questions de Dévéloppement Sanitaire dans les Politiques d’Ajustement Structurel, Paris and Brighton, 1992.   Report to the European Community.
    4. (with G Bloom and G Singleton) Public Expenditures in the Tanzanian Health Sector during Structural Adjustment, Brighton, 1992.   Report to the European Community.
    5. Structural Adjustment in Ghana: An Evaluation, Brighton, 1992.   Report to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of Japan.
    6. Programme Aid: the Contribution of Evaluation Studies, Brighton, 1994.   Report to the UK National Audit Office.
    7. Poverty Assessment and Public Expenditure.   A Study for the SPA Working Party on Poverty and Social Policy, Brighton, 1994.   Report to the Special Program for Africa.
    8. Evaluation of EC/EU-Ethiopia Cooperation.   Sectoral Report on Programme Aid, Brighton, 1995.   Report to the European Union.
    9. Review of Economic and Social Programmes, Brighton, 1995.   Report to the Commonwealth Secretariat.
    10. Review of the Africa Capacity Building Foundation, Oxford 2000.   Report to the UK Department for International Development.
    11. WIDER: Review and Evaluation 2002-2010: Report of the External Panel, Oxford 2011.   Report to the United Nations University.

Book Reviews

Book reviews have been published in the following journals.

      • Journal of Development Studies
      • Economic Journal
      • Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics
      • Third World Quarterly
      • Times Higher Education Supplement
      • Development and Change
      • Manchester School of Economic and Social Studies
      • Canadian Journal of Development Studies
      • Journal of African Economies
      • Economic History Review

V   Languages

Mother tongue:  English.
Other language: French, UN Proficiency Level 8.
Date: 22nd February 2012

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