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Camfield, L., Guillen-Royo, M. and Velazco, J., 2010. Does need satisfaction matter for psychological and subjective wellbeing in developing countries: A mixed-methods illustration from Bangladesh and Thailand. Journal of Happiness Studies, 11 (4), pp. 497-516.
Devine, J., Basu, I. and Wood, G., 2017. Governance Challenges in Bangladesh: old wine in not so new bottles? In: basu, i., Devine, j. and Wood, G., eds. Politics and Governance in Bangladesh: Uncertain Landscapes. Routledge.
Devine, J. and Wood, G., 2016. Forthcoming. Extreme Poverty and the need for a new political settlement. In: Wood, G., Ali, Z., Maitrot, M. and Devine, J., eds. Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh. Dhaka: UPL.
Devine, J., Wood, G., Goto, R. and Da Corta, L., 2016. Health and Wellbeing in the Lives of the Extreme Poor. In: wood, G., Ali, Z., Maitrot, M. and Devine, J., eds. Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh. UPL.
Johnson, S. and Nino-Zarazua, M., 2011. Financial access and exclusion in Kenya and Uganda. The Journal of Development Studies, 47 (3), pp. 475-496.
Wood, G., 2016. Beyond colonialism:continuity, change and the modern development project. Canadian Journal of Development Studies
Wood, G. and Devine, J., 2017. Forthcoming. Sharing the well:towards sustained eradication of extreme poverty in Bangladesh. In: Devine, J., Wood, G., Ali, Z. and Alam, S., eds. Extreme Poverty, Growth and Inequality in Bangladesh. Practical Action Publishing Limited. Item availability may be restricted.
Wood, G., Devine, J. and Basu, I., 2017. Contesting Political Space: Who Governs In Bangladesh. In: Basu, I., Devine, J. and Wood, G., eds. Politics and Governance in Bangladesh: Uncertain Landscapes. Routledge.