This is the collection of IDS eBooks.

As part of the Institute of Development Studies’ ongoing commitment to open and accessible publishing, we are offering some of our titles under an eBook format. These reflowable customisable texts are designed to be read across various digital formats and aim to increase our reach of worldwide readership.

To read your eBook EPUB file, you must have an eBook reader installed. This page contains a guide to downloading and accessing EPUB files from IDS OpenDocs on your device. You can also download IDS eBooks for your device directly from Amazon, Apple, B&N, Google, or the British Library from which they will be delivered to you in the usual way from these sites.

Please read the IDS EPUB download instructions.

Recent Submissions

  • What About Us? Global Perspectives on Redressing Religious Inequalities 

    Aderounmu, Olumide Adebimpe; Aqeel, Asif; Ahmed (Elehemier), Manal; Feldmann Kaye, Miriam; Gill, Mary; Kaahwa, Mark; Mader, Philip; Makgoba, Matome Jacky; Muhumuza, Moses; Shah, Rebecca Supriya; Shah, Timothy Samuel; Tadros, Mariz; Thane, Katharine; Tifloen, Rifqah; Vanwing, Tom (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-10-26)
    How can we make religious equality a reality for those on the margins of society and politics? This book is about the individual and collective struggles of the religiously marginalised to be recognised and their inequalities, ...
  • EPUB Download Guidelines for IDS eBooks 

    IDS Publications Team (Institute of Development Studies, 2022)
    A guide to downloading EPUB eBook files from IDS OpenDocs and accessing them via e-reader applications and software on electronic devices.