Diana Cammack is a Research Fellow at the Overseas Development Institute. She obtained her PhD at the University of California, and specialised in South African history. As a SSRC-MacArthur fellow on Peace and Security in a Changing World she retrained at Oxford University in the order viagra canada early 1990s in human rights and the politics of aid. Diana led the politics and governance team at the Overseas Development Institute for three years and between 2008-12 she headed the Local Governance and cheap viagra cialis Leadership stream of the Africa Power and Politics Programme. She has worked as a consultant researcher in sub-Saharan Africa for three decades. In recent years she has specialised in political economy studies, with a focus on the link between politics and development in neopatrimonial and fragile states.
Books by Diana Cammack
Solving Collective Action Problems
Drawing on in-depth empirical research spanning a number of countries in Africa, Booth and McCormick’s path-breaking book offers both an accessible overview of issues surrounding governance for development on the continent, whilst also offering a bold new alternative. In doing so, they controversially argue that externally imposed ‘good governance’ approaches make unrealistic assumptions about the choices leaders and officials are, in practice, able to make. As a result,… (more information)