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Matthew Sabbi

Faculty of Social Sciences
Sociology of Africa


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Since July 2020Research associate in the project Decentralization in Ghana and Rwanda, University of Bayreuth
2020Fellow in the Bayreuth Academy of Advanced African Studies, University of Bayreuth
2017-2019Fellow in the Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa (MIASA), University of Ghana, Accra
2017-2019Post-Doc of the Fritz Thyssen Foundation at the Chair for Development Sociology, University of Bayreuth
2017Research associate at the Chair for Development Sociology, University of Bayreuth
2012-2016Dissertation at the Chair for Development Sociology, University of Bayreuth/ Bayreuth International Graduate School for African Studies (BIGSAS), Title of Dissertation: 'Local State Institution-Building and the Unfulfilled Promise of Participatory Development: The Case of Ghana'
2008-2010Master at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana
2003-2007Bachelor in Sociology and Economics at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana
Matthew Sabbi

Faculty of Social Sciences
Sociology of Africa


Research subjects:

  • Development Politics
  • Political Sociology (Local Politics and Administration)
  • Sociology of Organizations (Actors’ Adaption to Administrative Reforms)
  • Actor-oriented Sociology

Geographic Focus:

  • Ghana
  • Rwanda
Matthew Sabbi

Faculty of Social Sciences
Sociology of Africa


Publications

2020

Sabbi, Matthew; Doumbia, Lamine; Neubert, Dieter
Dynamics of Everyday Life within Municipal Administrations in Francophone and Anglophone Africa
in Africa Spectrum volume 55 (2020) issue 1. - page 73-85
doi:10.1177/0002039720914630 ...

Sabbi, Matthew
Decentralized local authorities and marginal actors in Africa : the bridge-building perspective
Die Welt aus der Perspektive der Entwicklungssoziologie : Festschrift für Dieter Neubert
Baden-Baden : Nomos Verlag, 2020. - page 223 -238 . - (Bayreuther Studien zu Politik und Gesellschaft in Afrika; 5)
doi:10.5771/9783748906681-223 ...

Sabbi, Matthew
'Municipal entrepreneurs' : local politicians and the delivery of urban sanitation in Kumasi, G ...
in Journal of Contemporary African Studies volume 38 (2020) issue 2. - page 221-242
doi:10.1080/02589001.2020.1795089 ...

Sabbi, Matthew; Stroh, Alexander
The "Numbers Game" : Strategic Reactions to Results-Based Development Assistance in Ghana
in Studies in Comparative International Development volume 55 (2020) issue 1. - page 77-98
doi:10.1007/s12116-019-09296-z ...

2017

Sabbi, Matthew
Local State Institutional Reforms in Ghana : Actors, Legitimacy and the Unfulfilled Promise of ...
Baden-Baden : Nomos, 2017. - 336 page . - (Bayreuther Studien zu Politik und Gesellschaft in Afrika; 3)
doi:10.5771/9783845281414 ...

Sabbi, Matthew
Strategic bureaucracies : transnational funding and mundane practices of Ghanaian local governm ...
in Third World Quarterly volume 38 (2017) issue 4. - page 939-955
doi:10.1080/01436597.2016.1176858 ...

2016

Sabbi, Matthew; Mensah, Collins Adjei
Juggling Administrative Institutions : Local State Actors and the Management of Urban Space in ...
in Urban Forum volume 27 (2016) issue 1. - page 59-78
doi:10.1007/s12132-015-9262-8 ...

Narh, Peter; Lambini, Cosmas Kombat; Sabbi, Matthew; Pham, Van Dien; Nguyen, Trung Thanh
Land sector reforms in Ghana, Kenya and Vietnam : a comparative analysis of their effectiveness
in Land volume 5 (2016) issue 2
doi:10.3390/land5020008 ...

2015

Sabbi, Matthew; Ayeko-Kümmeth, Jane; Svablova, Alzbeta; Doumbia, Lamine; Glover, Evam Kofi
Actors, Institutions and Change : Perspectives on Africa
publ: Sabbi, Matthew; Ayeko-Kümmeth, Jane
Bayreuth 2015. - X, 120 page . - (Bayreuth African Studies Working Papers; 13)
http://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:bvb:703-epub-2 ...

Sabbi, Matthew
The Competing Interests of Local Political Actors in the Making of Local Government in Ghana
in Modern Africa volume 3 (2015) issue 1. - page 11-37
https://edu.uhk.cz/africa/index.php/ModAfr/article ...

Matthew Sabbi

Faculty of Social Sciences
Sociology of Africa


Dr. Matthew Sabbi
Research Associate in the project 'Decentralization in Ghana and Rwanda'

Zapf Haus 4,
Room: 4.4.12a
Nürnberger Straße 38
D-95448 Bayreuth
Phone: +49(0)921/ 55-4632


E-mail: matthew.sabbi@uni-bayreuth.de

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