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GSG Research Reports

The GSG Research Report series publishes research papers, interesting working papers and pre-prints, as well as GSG seminar reports. The series includes papers of University of Groningen staff as well as of overseas partners who have participated in GSG workshops or who have studied or conducted research at the University of Groningen. The series has an active policy in arranging co-publications with partner institutes. GSG Research Reports cover a broad range of Globalisation, Development and Humanitarianism related subjects and discuss these from various disciplinary or interdisciplinary perspectives. All texts are peer-reviewed. Reports are published in the English or in the French language.

The GSG Research Reports are distributed to a large number of libraries; they are available in both paper and digital form - to be downloaded from the GSG website ( Papers may be published later in academic journals. Relevant GSG Research Reports are indexed and digitally available in the key databases for this purpose, such as the international IDEAS/RePEc database ( and in DEGREE (

Reactions to GSG Research Reports are welcome and can be directed to the authors or to the GSG office (E-mail: GSG

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Josje van der Linden, Ana Rodrigues-Vasse, Mara Kopp, Bleen Abraham & Francesca Dier (Editors)

Youth, education and work in (post-)conflict areas


Dr. Paulo Marques Morgado and Dr. Pieter Boele van Hensbroek (Editors)

Essays in Development Studies

M. Campbell-Verduyn, L. Linsi, S. Metinsoy, G. van Roozendaal, C. Egger, G. Fuller and N. Voelkner

The Covid-19 Pandemic: Continuity and Change in the International Political Economy

D.S. Sigger, B.M. Polak and B.J.W. Pennink

'Ubuntu' or 'Humanness' as a Management Concept'


B.J. Schoot Uiterkamp and B.J.W. Pennink

Local Capacity Development via Knowledge Sharing: Empirical Results from Sulawesi


H. Schoenmakers

The Power of Culture. A short History of Anthropological Theory about Culture and Power


P. Broomans and M. van der Waal (Editors)

Peripheral Feminisms. Literary and Sociological Approaches


Research Reports by the Centre for Development Studies (CDS)

In 2014 GSG started a new publication series together with YEW (Youth, Education and Work). The first publication the series can be found below:

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C. Tukundane

Education and Skills for Development, Transforming Support Programmes for Early School Leavers in Uganda

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