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  1. Matthew Richmond

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Favela, netowrk and identity in a complex city: A comparative neighbourhood study in Rio de Janeiro

    1/10/20111/10/2015

  2. Robert Coates

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Ecology of Citizenship: Understanding Vulnerability in Urban Brazil

    1/10/20111/02/2017

  3. Keattisak Tangrungruengyoo

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Impact of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) on New-Housing Development, A Case Study of Bangkok Thailand

    9/05/20141/10/2018

  4. Alexandre Pereira

    King's India Institute

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Public participation in emerging economies: a case study of solid waste reforms in Brazil and India

    1/10/201219/05/2015

  5. Thomas Fröhlich

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Why has Brazil failed to achieve a global market for ethanol? Brazil's International Ethanol Strategy from a Neoclassical Realist Perspective

    1/10/20121/09/2018

  6. Axel Elias

    History

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Everyday Politics and Sports: Citizenship and State Formation during the XIX Olympiad in Mexico City, 1963-1968

    1/10/201319/01/2017

  7. Axel Elias

    History

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Everyday Politics and Sports: Citizenship and State Formation during the XIX Olympiad in Mexico City, 1963-1968

    19/01/20171/08/2018

  8. Pietro De Souza Rodrigues

    Brazil Institute

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Firms, institutions and foreign policy: The political economy of Brazilian multinationals

    4/01/201611/04/2016

  9. Roxana Pessoa Cavalcanti First/primary/lead supervisor

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    'MARGINALIZED YOUTH, VIOLENCE AND POLICING: A STUDY OF TWO COMMUNITIES IN RECIFE, BRAZIL'

    1/10/20121/02/2017

  10. Antonella Mazzone

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Energy transitions in rural Amazonia The implications of energy availability for income diversification and gender relations

    1/10/201219/05/2015

  11. Talia Mills

    Geography

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Gender on the Move: Everyday Violence Induced Displacement Among Young Central American Women on their Journey Through Mexico

    20/11/201820/08/2019

  12. Roberta Sakai

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Urban Diplomacy: Is there Place for South-South Cooperation?

    6/01/201410/09/2019

  13. Kayla Svoboda

    Geography

    Doctor of Philosophy

    A legal geography of the right to the city and urban socio-spatial contestation: the Horto Community in Rio de Janeiro as a case study

    1/10/201619/02/2020

  14. Lara Langston

    Geography

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Examining Policy, Practice and Performance: Investigating the production of the resilient subject through the intermediary bodies of the Adaptation Consortium, Kenya

    17/11/20151/10/2019

  15. Darcio Pimenta

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Internationalisation of Brazilian Small Companies A Study on Business Incubators from Sao Paulo State

    1/10/201711/11/2020

  16. Jennifer Constantine

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    A study of Brazil-UK development cooperation in food and nutrition security (FNS) between 2003-2016, examining the role of transnational actors and networks involved in the travel and translation of FNS policy ideas from Brazil to the UK.

    1/10/20178/01/2020

  17. Maria Berta Ecija Salgado

    War Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The drivers and outcomes of global health diplomacy: Lessons from Brazil and Mozambique health cooperation

    9/01/201717/01/2018

  18. Archie Davies

    Geography

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Josué de Castro’s Geografia Combatente and the political ecology of hunger

    1/10/20151/06/2019

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