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Jeremy Allouche

Research Fellow

Jeremy Allouche has 14 years of experience in managing and designing projects in the fields of water governance, security and development, and international political economy analysis. He previously worked at the University of Oxford, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology – MIT, ETH Lausanne, the Swiss Graduate Institute of Public administration, and at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva.

He has been in charge of international research projects and therefore has experience of managing large research and policy consortia. His work has mainly focused on global political analysis and is now leading a number of projects on West Africa and the Horn of Africa (see the Projects tab).

Jeremy is also a member of the Water Justice Programme

Jeremy Allouche’s recent work

Brief

How Can Mining in Côte d’Ivoire Better Serve Local Communities Without Exacerbating Conflict?

Published by IDS

Côte d’Ivoire is currently experiencing a mining boom. The country’s growing mining sector is quickly becoming an important source of national income, and could help to finance part of the government’s development agenda in the coming years. Côte d’Ivoire, however, still faces political and security challenges, such as the mutinies that occurred in 2017.

1 November 2017

Publication

Special Issue: Flows and Practices: The Politics of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in Southern Africa

Published by Water Alternatives

The 14 original articles in this collection explore the on-the-ground complexities of IWRM implementation, interpretations and adaptations. Grounded in social science theory and research, this special issue demonstrates the importance of politics, political economy, history and culture in shaping water management practices and reform. It demonstrates how Africa has clearly been a laboratory for IWRM in the past two decades.

1 October 2016

Publication

The Birth and Spread of IWRM – A Case Study of Global Policy Diffusion and Translation

Published by Water Alternatives

The principal goal of this article is to identify a set of concepts and mechanisms to study the global diffusion and translation of IWRM through coercion, cooperation, or learning from the ground. The article will also highlight the extent to which this global diffusion was contested and translated into different meanings in terms of policy orientation.

1 October 2016

Journal Article

Development Studies – Past, Present and Future

Published by IDS

At 50 years old, the Institute of Development Studies is ‘looking back, in order to look forward so too this IDS Bulletin aims to trace the history of certain topics in development studies by bringing together two generations of scholars – Research Fellows and students – to provide insight to our rich past and promising future.

3 May 2016