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Understanding the effects of a large development sector on the labour market of a small low-income country: Evidence from Sierra Leone

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This thesis examines the effects of a large and ever-present development sector on the labour market of aid-dependent low-income countries, using Sierra Leone as a case study. The thread that connects the substantive chapters of this thesis is the positioning of the development sector as a third sector in the labour market. Alongside the public and private sectors, the development sector is also an employer and skills developer in host-countries. Embedding the development sector as a secto...

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SSD
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International Development
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Small Project's Grant
Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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