1. MSc Course Convenor and Lecturer: Development Practice: International Contexts and Worlds of Action.
2. MSc Course Convenor and Lecturer: Organisational Behaviour.
Bangladesh, Denmark, Finland, Namibia, Nepal, Norway, Sweden and USA
Recently Finished PhD Candidates:
Anurag Priyadarshee (2010) “Microfinance, Social Protection and Poverty: Challenges and Opportunities for Service Delivery in India” (Principal Supervisor)
Asad Kamran Ghalib (2010) “How Effective are Microfinance Programmes in Serving the Poorest? Empirical Perspectives on Outreach and Impact from Survey-Based Research” (Principal Supervisor)
Shishir Ahmed Shahnawaz (2010): “Can Policy Instruments Offset the ‘Resource Curse’ in Sub-Saharan Africa? A case Study of the Extractive Industries Transparency Intitative” (Principal Supervisor)
Abdul Morlai Kanu (2009): “Capacity Building for Small and Medium Enterprises Development in Rural Sierra Leone” (Co-supervised with Dr. Aminu Mamman)
Joseph Kimos Adjei (2008): “Microfinance, Asset-building and Poverty Reduction: A Case Study of Sinapi Aba Trust of Ghana” (Principal Supervisor)