Kristof Titeca
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Real governance beyond the ‘failed state’: Negotiating education in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
K Titeca, T De Herdt
African affairs 110 (439), 213-231, 2011
Presidential intervention and the changing ‘politics of survival’in Kampala’s informal economy
T Goodfellow, K Titeca
Cities 29 (4), 264-270, 2012
Regulation, cross-border trade and practical norms in West Nile, north-western Uganda
K Titeca, T De Herdt
Africa 80 (4), 573-594, 2010
The dynamics of social capital and community associations in Uganda: linking capital and its consequences
K Titeca, T Vervisch
World Development 36 (11), 2205-2222, 2008
Unravelling public authority: Paths of hybrid governance in Africa
K Meagher, T De Herdt, K Titeca
Research brief/IS Academy on Human Security in Fragile States; 10, 2014
Tycoons and contraband: informal cross-border trade in West Nile, north-western Uganda
K Titeca
Journal of Eastern African Studies 6 (1), 47-63, 2012
The spiritual order of the LRA
K Titeca
The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, 59-73, 2010
The changing cross-border trade dynamics between north-western Uganda, north-eastern Congo and southern Sudan
K Titeca
Walking in the dark: Informal cross-border trade in the great lakes region
K Titeca, C Kimanuka
Rebels without borders in the Rwenzori borderland? A biography of the Allied Democratic Forces
K Titeca, K Vlassenroot
Journal of Eastern African Studies 6 (1), 154-176, 2012
An LRA for everyone: How different actors frame the Lord's Resistance Army
K Titeca, T Costeur
African Affairs 114 (454), 92-114, 2015
Governance with empty pockets: the education sector in the Democratic Republic of Congo
T De Herdt, K Titeca
Development and Change 47 (3), 472-494, 2016
The ‘Masai’and miraa: public authority, vigilance and criminality in a Ugandan border town
K Titeca
The Journal of Modern African Studies 47 (2), 291-317, 2009
Deals and dealings: Inconclusive peace and treacherous trade along the South Sudan-Uganda border
M Schomerus, K Titeca
Africa Spectrum 47 (2-3), 5-31, 2012
Make schools, not war? Donors' rewriting of the social contract in the DRC
T De Herdt, K Titeca, I Wagemakers
Development Policy Review 30 (6), 681-701, 2012
Bridging community associations in post-conflict Burundi: the difficult merging of social capital endowments and new ‘institutional settings’
T Vervisch, K Titeca
The Journal of Modern African Studies 48 (3), 485-511, 2010
Illegal ivory trade as transnational organized crime? An empirical study into ivory traders in Uganda
K Titeca
The British Journal of Criminology 59 (1), 24-44, 2019
Uganda's decentralised primary education: Musical chairs and inverted elite capture in school management committees
G Prinsen, K Titeca
Public Administration and Development: The International Journal of …, 2008
Access to Resources and Predictability in Armed Rebellion: The FAPC's Short-lived “Monaco” in Eastern Congo
K Titeca
Africa Spectrum 46 (2), 43-70, 2011
“Hybrid Governance,” Legitimacy, and (Il) legality in the Informal Cross-Border Trade in Panyimur, Northwest Uganda
K Titeca, R Flynn
African Studies Review 57 (1), 71-91, 2014
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