GEG is delighted to announce the arrival of our 2013-15 Global Leaders Fellows in Oxford.

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Dr Akachi Odoemene (Nigeria) is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of History and International Relations, Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. He has interest in scholarly African issues related to the field of Social History, especially in the areas of Peace and Conflict Studies, Ethnic Studies, Development and Gender Studies, as well as global land governance and political economy in Africa.

Dr Kako Nubukpo (Togo) is managing director of the Centre Autonome d’Etudes et de Renforcement de Capacités pour le Développement au Togo (CADERDT) that has just been set up by the Government of Togo with the support of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF). His research interests cover a range of issues related to central banking and finance in West Africa, and the economics of the cotton industry in that region, among others.

Dr Vu Thanh Tu Anh (Vietnam) is the director of research at the Fulbright Economics Teaching Program, which was established by the Harvard Kennedy School in partnership with Ho Chi Minh City’s University of Economics. His main research interests are the political economy of development, institutional economics, and public finance, particularly in developing countries. He has served as a member of the Board of Experts of the Vietnamese National Assembly’s Economic Committee and The National Finance Supervision Council. He received his PhD degree in economics from Boston College in 2004.

Applications for the Global Leaders Fellowship 2014-16 are now open.

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