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Published papers

Amankwaa, E.F. (2015) Women and men at the traffic lights: The (re)configuration and (re)gendering of street water vending in Ghana. GeoJournal
DOI 10.1007/s10708-015-9685-8

Andreasen, M.H. (2013) Working Paper 1. Population Growth and Spatial Expansion of Dar es Salaam. An analysis of the rate and spatial distribution of recent population growth in Dar es Salaam. In: Agergaard J (ed) Rurban Africa Working Papers. Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen.

Andreasen, M.H. and Agergaard, J. (2016) Residential mobility and homeownership: Tracing intra-urban settlement trajectories of residents in the periphery of Dar es Salaam. Population and Development Review 42(1).
DOI: 10.1111/j.1728-4457.2016.00104.x

Andreasen, M.H., Agergaard, J. and Møller-Jensen, L. (2016) Suburbanisation, homeownership aspirations and urban housing: Exploring urban expansion in Dar es Salaam. Urban Studies.
DOI: 10.1177/0042098016643303

Andreasen, M.H. and Møller-Jensen, L. (2016) Beyond the network: Self-help services and post-settlement network extensions in the periphery of Dar es Salaam. Habitat International 53: 39-47.
DOI:10.1016/j.habitatint.2015.11.003

Esson, J., Gough, K.V., Simon, D., Amankwaa, E.F., Ninot, O. and Yankson, P.W.K. (2016) Livelihoods in motion: linking transport, mobility and income-generating activities, Journal of Transport Geography
DOI: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2016.04.008

Gough, K.V. (2017) Rural-Urban Divide International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology, Wiley-AAG, forthcoming

Mainet, H. and Racaud, S. (2015) Secondary towns in globalization: challenged position or inconspicuous key role? Lessons from East Africa, Articulo, Journal of Urban Research, special issue on “Inconspicuous Globalization”, 12-2015
DOI : 10.4000/articulo.2880

Agergaard, J. and Oertenblad, S. (Eds.) (2017) Rural-urban transformations and the role of small towns in Sub-Saharan Africa – revisited, Forthcoming

Agergaard, J., Tacoli, C., Steel, G. and Oertenblad, S. (Eds.) (2017) Rural-Urban Connections in Sub-Saharan Africa, Forthcoming

RurbanAfrica Policy Briefs

RurbanAfrica Policy Brief No. 4 (2016)
RurbanAfrica Policy Brief No. 3 (2016)
RurbanAfrica Policy Brief No. 2 (2014)
RurbanAfrica Policy Brief No. 1 (2014)

RurbanAfrica Urban Policy Briefs (2016)

Implications of mobility and urbanisation for planning and development
Urban Policy Brief: Cameroon
Urban Policy Brief: Ghana
Urban Policy Brief: Tanzania

Project report

Final project report summary

RurbanAfrica Project Briefings

RurbanAfrica Briefing No. 1:
Agricultural Transformation in Ghana, Cameroon, Rwanda and Tanzania (2013)

RurbanAfrica Briefing No. 2:
Mobility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Patterns, Processes and Policies (2013)

RurbanAfrica Briefing No. 3:
City Dynamics (2013)

RurbanAfrica Briefing No. 4:
Mapping of Service Provision in low-income areas (2014)

Work package 1: Agricultural transformation and rural dynamics

RurbanAfrica State of the Art Report 1:
Agricultural Transformation in Ghana, Cameroon, Rwanda and Tanzania (2013)

Agricultural transformations and socio-economic dynamics in rural areas (2015)

Site reports based on a survey on agricultural change and rural livelihoods from:

  • Cameroon: Bamboutos, Moungo and Noun
  • Ghana: Ahanta West district and Kwaebibirem district
  • Tanzania: Kilwa district, Lindi, Njombe and the Northern Corridor of Tanzania


The role of external investors for agricultural transformation and new rural-urban connections (2016)

Site reports on “The role of external investors for new rural-urban connections” from:

  • Tanzania: Njombe Region and The Northern Corridor of Tanzania
  • Cameroon: Bamboutos
  • Ghana: Kwaebibirem

Agricultural transformations, livelihoods and rural-city connections: Policy implications for regional development (2016) (Joint Work package 1 and 2)

Work package 2: Rural livelihoods, income diversification and mobility

RurbanAfrica State of the Art Report 2:
Mobility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Patterns, Processes and Policies (2013)

Mobility and Livelihood Transformation of Households in Rural Cameroon, Ghana and Tanzania (2015)

Site reports based on a survey on agricultural change and rural livelihoods from:

  • Cameroon: Bamboutos, Moungo and Noun
  • Ghana: Ahanta West district and Kwaebibirem district
  • Tanzania: Kilwa district, Lindi, Njombe and the Northern Corridor of Tanzania
  • Rwanda:Bugasera District and Nyabihu District

Mobility and local development in Cameroon, Ghana and Tanzania (2016)

Site reports on “The Impact of Mobility on Local Development” from:

  • Tanzania: Njombe Region and The Northern Corridor of Tanzania
  • Cameroon: Bamboutos
  • Ghana: Kwaebibirem

Agricultural transformations, livelihoods and rural-city connections: Policy implications for regional development (2016) (Joint Work package 1 and 2)

Work package 3: City dynamics

RurbanAfrica State of the Art Report 3:
City Dynamics (2013)

City dynamics: mobility and livelihoods of urban residents (2015)

Urban Policy Briefs:
Implications of mobility and urbanisation for planning and development in Ghana, Cameroon and Tanzania (Katherine Gough et al. 2016)
Find the Urban Policy Briefs as e-book above

Work package 4: Access to services in low-income city communities

RurbanAfrica State of the Art Report 4:
Mapping of Service Provision in low-income areas (2014)

Urban residents’ access to water, sanitation, electricity and transport, and the acceptability of services (2015)

Mobile telephony services and rural-urban linkages (2015)

Governance of services in low-income city communities (2016)