Dr. Jewellord Nem Singh

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Freie Universität Berlin

Alexander von Humboldt-Fellow (2017-2018)

Address
Otto Suhr Institute of Political Science
Ihnestraße 26
Room 03
14195 Berlin

Jojo Nem Singh is a research fellow at GLOCON working on a single-authored monograph entitled Building Capacity for Poverty Reduction: The Politics of Inclusive Growth in Resource-rich Countries. The project adopts a comparative case study design to process trace the politics of pro-poor growth in resource-rich countries, principally in Latin America and Africa. Prior to this, Dr. Nem Singh was awarded the highly competitive Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellowship (2016-2017) to work with Professor Jin Sato (University of Tokyo) on the Politics of Natural Resources in Southeast Asia. Between 2013 and 2016, he was appointed as Lecturer in Development (Tenure-track) at the University of Sheffield, UK. His research intersects across three key issue areas: (1) political economy of development in mineral and oil-rich countries, (2) contentious politics and claims-making in Latin America, and (3) global governance of natural resources. He has also worked as an Expert Consultant for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Brussels, United Nations Research in Social Development (UNRISD) Geneva, and Publish What You Pay (PWYP) London.

Key Publications:

Books/Edited Collections:

  • Nem Singh, J. (under review), Building Developmental Capacity: State-owned Enterprises and Natural Resources in Latin America. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Grugel, J., J. Nem Singh, A. Uhlin, and L. Fontana (eds.) (2017), Demanding Justice in the Global South: Claiming Rights. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Nem Singh, J. and F. Bourgouin (eds.) (2013), Resource Governance and Developmental States in the Global South: Critical International Political Economy Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.


Journal Articles and Book Sections

  • Nem Singh, J. and J. Ovadia (2018), “The Theory and Practice of Building Developmental States in the Global South: An Introduction”, Third World Quarterly, Special Issue on Developmental States beyond East Asia.
  • Nem Singh, J. and C.F. Chen (2018), “State-owned Enterprises and the Political Economy of State-State Relations in the Developing World”, Third World Quarterly, Special Issue on Developmental States beyond East Asia.
  • Neville, K., J. Baka, S. Gamper-Rabindran, K. Bakker, S. Andreasson, A. Vengosh, A. Lin, J. Nem Singh, and E. Weinthal (2017), “Debating Unconventional Energy: Social, Political and Economic Implications”, Annual Review of Environment and Resources.
  • Nem Singh, J. (2019), “Natural Resources”, in Timothy Shaw, Laura Mahrenbach, Craig Murphy, Renu Modi and Xu Yi-Chong (eds.), Handbook of Contemporary International Political Economy. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Nem Singh, J. (2017), “Governing Natural Resources”, in Pia Riggirozzi and Chris Wylde (eds.), Handbook of South American Governance. London: Routledge.
  • Grugel, J. and J. Nem Singh (2015), “Protest, Citizenship, and Democratic Renewal: The Student Movement in Chile”, Citizenship Studies, 19 (3-4): 353-366.
  • Nem Singh, J. (2014), “Towards Post-neoliberal Resource Politics? The International Political Economy of Oil and Copper in Brazil and Chile”, New Political Economy, 19 (3): 329-358.



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