The labours of new large-scale infrastructure projects in urban Africa
(2022–2024. Funded by The Swedish Research Council.)
Lena Fält (project leader), Ilda Lindell, Colman Msoka, Lennert Jongh.

Informal livelihoods in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic in urban Africa: prospects for recovery and recognition
(2022–2024. Funded by The Swedish Research Council.)
Ilda Lindell (project leader), Lena Fält, Colman Msoka, Lennert Jongh.

Structuring informality: informal trade policy through the lens of infrastructural experiences
(2021–2026)
Neha Arora, PhD project.

"We’ll starve before we get sick!" Short- and long-term effects of the corona pandemic on informal workers in urban Africa
(2021–2023. Funded by Formas.)
Ilda Lindell (project leader) and Onyanta Adama.

Emergent “world-class” transport infrastructures: urban visions and infrastructural spaces in African cities
(2020-2023. Funded by Formas.)
Ilda Lindell (project leader), Gabriella Körling, Lena Fält, Colman Msoka.

The ’infrastructural turn’ in urban service delivery: insights into Municipal Solid Waste Management in African cities
(2019-2021. Funded by Formas).
O. Adama (project leader), Zahra Kalantari.

Urban Imaginaries: inclusion and exclusion in urban Africa
(2012–2016. Funded by Sida.)
I Lindell (project leader), O Adama, A Byerley.

The demise of the informal city? Economic growth and street work in urban Africa
(2016–2018. Funded by The Swedish Research Council.)
I Lindell (project leader), O Adama, A Byerley.

Urban riots: A comparative study of Stockholm and London
(2016–2018. Funded by Formas.)
I Lindell (project leader), Anthony Ince (Cardiff Univ), Thomas Borén.

What places? What ageing(s)? Ageing-in-place in contemporary African urbanities: the cases of Namibia and Uganda
(2016-2018, funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.)
C Nord (Blekinge Tekniska Högskola) and A Byerley.

(In)Formal Spaces in Transformation: Urban Planning and Everyday Life in Accra
Lena Fält. Completed PhD project.

Organization and resistance among informal vendors on the Zambian Copperbelt
Lennert Jongh. Completed PhD project.