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"The Global Informality Project was a very helpful resource to use with my students" - Professor X
Explore
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Explore the Data

Exercises
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Try some exercises

  • Designed by Alena Ledeneva, these exercises give beginners the tools to start working with the encyclopaedia and preparing their own entries
  • Users can also view an example of how information from this resource might be used in an essay or publication
  • See our submission guidelines here
Syllabus
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View an example syllabus

  • View the syllabus for Alena Ledeneva's MA course at UCL, Informality in Post-Soviet States, which makes extensive use of this encyclopaedia
  • Also available is the reading list for this course
Experiences
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Teaching Informality using this resource

  • Read the experiences of lecturers who have used the Global Informality Project as a teaching resource in their university
  • We invite you to contribute your own experience on our discussion page
Further research
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Themes for future research

  • View a list of themes for discussion or future research compiled by Alena Ledeneva
  • Read some examples of discussions that have already taken place on these themes
Reading
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Bibliography of the Encyclopaedia