Mick Moore

Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex

Mick Moore is a Professorial Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

Moore is also Director of the Centre for the Future State.

Last Updated: September 3, 2017

"Britain 's New White Paper: Making Governance Work for the Poor" in Development Policy Review, Book Review Article (with Sue Unsworth, forthcoming November, 2006)
"The new private philanthropies could challenge the existing aid business" in Boston Review - A Political & Literary Forum, Vol. 31:4 (2006)
"Taxation and the Political Agenda, North and South" in Forum for Development Studies (2004) 
"The Development of Political Underdevelopment" in Global Encounters: IPE, Development and Global Governance (2004) "Revenues, state formation and the quality of governance in developing countries" in International Political Science Review, Vol. 25:3 (2004)
"Institutionalised co-production: unorthodox public service delivery in challenging environments" in Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 40:4, (with Anuradha Joshi, 2004)
Aid Proliferation: How responsible are the donors? IDS Working Paper No. 214 (with Arnab Acharya and Ana Fuzzo de Lima, 2004)
Changing Paths: International Development and the Politics of Inclusion (with Peter P. Houtzager, 2003)
What makes microcredit programmes effective? Fashionable fallacies and workable realities, IDS Working Paper No. 177 (with Pankaj Jain, 2003)
The New Politics of Taxation and Accountability, IDS Bulletin Vol. 33:3 (with Lisa Rakner, 2002)