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Governing the UN Sustainable Development Goals: interactions, infrastructures, and institutions
J Waage, C Yap, S Bell, C Levy, G Mace, T Pegram, E Unterhalter, ...
The Lancet Global Health 3 (5), e251-e252, 2015
3302015
The old and new significance of political economy in diplomacy
D Lee, D Hudson
Review of International Studies 30 (3), 343-360, 2004
2542004
From Political Economy to Political Analysis
D Hudson, A Leftwich
DLP (Developmental Leadership Program), 2014
1892014
Tweeting alone? An analysis of bridging and bonding social capital in online networks
J Sajuria, J vanHeerde-Hudson, D Hudson, N Dasandi, Y Theocharis
American Politics Research 43 (4), 708-738, 2015
1152015
‘The Righteous Considereth the Cause of the Poor’? Public Attitudes towards Poverty in Developing Countries
J Van Heerde, D Hudson
Political Studies 58 (3), 389-409, 2010
1122010
Does poverty cause conflict? Isolating the causal origins of the conflict trap
A Braithwaite, N Dasandi, D Hudson
Conflict Management and Peace Science 33 (1), 45-66, 2016
1032016
‘A Mile Wide and an Inch Deep’: Surveys of Public Attitudes Towards Development Aid
D Hudson, J vanHeerde-Hudson
International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning 4 (1), 5-23, 2012
85*2012
Governing financial globalization: International political economy and multi-level governance
A Baker, D Hudson, R Woodward
Routledge, 2005
782005
Developing geographies of financialisation: Banking the poor and remittance securitisation
D Hudson
Contemporary Politics 14 (3), 315-333, 2008
772008
A populist paradox? How Brexit softened anti-immigrant attitudes
C Schwartz, M Simon, D Hudson, J van-Heerde-Hudson
British Journal of Political Science 51 (3), 1160-1180, 2021
662021
We spend how much? Misperceptions, innumeracy, and support for the foreign aid in the United States and Great Britain
TJ Scotto, J Reifler, D Hudson
Journal of Experimental Political Science 4 (2), 119-128, 2017
512017
Feminist scholarship in international relations and the politics of disciplinary emotion
R Soreanu, D Hudson
Millennium 37 (1), 123-151, 2008
492008
Mind the gaps: What’s missing in political economy analysis and why it matters
D Hudson, H Marquette
A Governance Practitioner’s Notebook, 67, 2015
432015
Global finance and development
D Hudson
Routledge, 2014
362014
Positive, global, and health or environment framing bolsters public support for climate policies
N Dasandi, H Graham, D Hudson, S Jankin, J vanHeerde-Hudson, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 3 (1), 239, 2022
312022
A data-driven computational model on the effects of immigration policies
M Simon, C Schwartz, D Hudson, SD Johnson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (34), E7914-E7923, 2018
31*2018
Everyday political analysis
D Hudson, H Marquette, S Waldock
DLP (Developmental Leadership Program), 2016
252016
Inside the Black Box of Political Will: 10 Years of Findings from the Developmental Leadership Program
D Hudson, C Mcloughlin, H Marquette, C Roche
DLP (Developmental Leadership Program), 2018
232018
Financing for development and the post Keynesian case for a new global reserve currency
D Hudson
Journal of International Development 22 (6), 772-787, 2010
222010
Narratives of neoliberalism: the role of everyday media practices and the reproduction of dominant ideas
D Hudson, M Martin
The Role of Ideas in Political Analysis, 2010
222010
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