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IDS Bulletin 1.1


Published on 1 January 1968

The Institute of Development Studies was set up in 1966 as the result of an initiative by the iliriister of Overseas Development. From an initial establishment of two staff members and three offices it has grown to a present establishment of forty-nine packed into temporary premises at Stanmer House.

Its academic staff includes sociologists, economists,, agricultural economists and, political scientists as well as student of public administration and international relations. The range of  our present activities can be judged from what follows: the point of these activities is to enhance the study of international deprivation, to provide some light for those concerned with the reduction of poverty and disease.

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