Nimi Hoffmann
Nimi Hoffmann
Centre for International Education, University of Sussex
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What Can the Capabilities Approach Learn from an Ubuntu Ethic? A Relational Approach to Development Theory
N Hoffmann, T Metz
World Development 97, 153-164, 2017
Decolonising initial teacher education in South African universities: More than an event
Y Sayed, S Motala, N Hoffman
Journal of Education (University of KwaZulu-Natal), 59-91, 2017
Big Data and Positive Change in the Developing World
L Taylor, JCR Schroeder, ET Meyer, GB Agaba, F Akindès, L Bengtsson, ...
Policy and Internet 6 (4), 418-444, 2014
Involuntary experiments in former colonies: The case for a moratorium
N Hoffmann
World Development 127, 104805, 2020
When are experiments corrupt?
N Hoffmann
Journal of Contemporary African Studies 36 (4), 532-552, 2018
Different rules for different teachers: teachers’ views of professionalism and accountability in a bifurcated education system
N Hoffman, Y Sayed, A Badroodien
Journal of Education, 2016
The knowledge commons, pan-Africanism, and epistemic inequality: a study of CODESRIA
N Hoffmann
Rhodes University, 2018
Acquiring pedagogic authority while learning to teach
Z McDonald, Y Sayed, T de Kock, N Hoffmann
Africa Development/Afrique et Développement 46 (1), 23-44, 2021
African perspectives on corruption
N Hoffmann, F Hendricks
Journal of Contemporary African Studies 36 (4), 425-432, 2018
The Knowledge Commons
N Hall, N Hoffmann, M Ostrowski
St Antony's International Review 8 (1), 3-12, 2012
Diagnosing neopatrimonialism: an interview with Thandika Mkandawire
N Hoffmann
Journal of Contemporary African Studies 36 (4), 433-436, 2018
PPPs in education and health in the Global South focusing on South Africa
T de Kock, N Hoffmann, Y Sayed, R van Niekerk
EQUIPPPS working paper, 2018
Teacher professionalism and accountability in South Africa: a review of the literature
L Governder, N Hoffmann, Y Sayed
Centre for International Teacher Education, 2016
Teacher Education, Common Purpose and the Forging of Multiple Publics in South Africa
N Hoffmann, T de Kock, Z McDonald, Y Sayed
Africa Development 45 (4), 23-51, 2021
Reflections on Aid and Regime Change in Ethiopia: A Response to Cheeseman
JO Adesina, AM Fischer, N Hoffmann
CODESRIA Bulletin Online, 1-5, 2021
Involuntary experimentation in former colonies: revisiting the case for a moratorium
N Hoffmann
CODESRIA Bulletin 1, 7-13, 2020
How to build a strong knowledge commons: learning from CODESRIA under structural adjustment
N Hoffmann
Workshop on the Ostrom Workshop 6, Indiana University, 2019
Public-private partnerships in South African healthcare provision: scholarship from the South
T de Kock, N Hoffmann, Y Sayed, R van Niekerk
Equalities in Public Private Partnerships (EQUIPPPS), 2018
Translating Maclennan: reflections on universalism
N Hoffmann
Print Matters Heritage, 2014
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