Dr Gaim Kibreab


NameDr Gaim Kibreab
Job titleProfessor
Organisational UnitSocial Sciences

Research outputs

Problematizing ‘Liberation’ and Democratisation in post-independence Eritrea

Kibreab, G. (2020). Problematizing ‘Liberation’ and Democratisation in post-independence Eritrea. in: Kidane, M. (ed.) Alternative Approaches to Democratisation in the Greater Horn of Africa James Currey.

Post‐disaster Housing Reconstruction: The Impact of Resourcing in Post‐cyclones Sidr and Aila in Bangladesh

Islam, MZ, Kolade, O and Kibreab, G (2018). Post‐disaster Housing Reconstruction: The Impact of Resourcing in Post‐cyclones Sidr and Aila in Bangladesh. Journal of International Development.

The Eritrean National Service: Servitude for the Common Good and the Youth Exodus

Kibreab, G (2017). The Eritrean National Service: Servitude for the Common Good and the Youth Exodus. Woodbridge James Currey.

The nexuses between exit, voice and loyalty in the light of the indefinite Eritrean national service

Kibreab, G. (2017). The nexuses between exit, voice and loyalty in the light of the indefinite Eritrean national service. in: Woldemikael, T. (ed.) Postliberation Eritrea Bloomington, Indiana, United States Indiana University Press.

Sexual Violence in the Eritrean National Service

Kibreab, G (2017). Sexual Violence in the Eritrean National Service. African Studies Review. 60 (1), pp. 123-143.

Institutional barriers to successful innovations: Perceptions of rural farmers and key stakeholders in southwest Nigeria

Kolade, O., Harpham, T. and Kibreab, G. (2014). Institutional barriers to successful innovations: Perceptions of rural farmers and key stakeholders in southwest Nigeria. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development . 6 (4), pp. 339-353.

Forced Migration in the Great Lakes and Horn of Africa Regions

Kibreab, G. (2014). Forced Migration in the Great Lakes and Horn of Africa Regions. in: Fiddian-Quasmiyeh, E., Loescher, G., Long, K. and Sigona, N. (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Refugee and Forced Migration Studies Oxford Oxford University Press.
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