In the Media

ODID academics are frequently called on by the media for comment and analysis on topical issues, drawing on their specialist knowledge to bring depth and objectivity to current debates.

12 Dec, 2018
'This should worry not just citizens, but also the markets'. Nikita Sud quoted by Bloomberg on departure of Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel
26 Nov, 2018
'The Failed National Improvement Scheme That Was Demonetisation'. Nikita Sud writes for the Wire
23 Nov, 2018
'Refuge, Reformed'. Alex Betts writes about innovations in Kenyan refugee camps for Foreign Policy
30 Oct, 2018
'I don't think that we can shy away from the legacies of the slave trade and how they're still with us'. Dan Hodgkinson joins debate on university slave trade reparations on BBC Radio Ulster's Talkback
30 Oct, 2018
'Opposing labour market Uberculosis'. Ivan Manokha writes for openDemocracy on the significance of the recent strike by Uber workers
30 Oct, 2018
'How not taxing the rich got Pakistan into another fiscal crisis'. Adeel Malik writes for Al Jazeera
15 Oct, 2018
'When foreign "do-gooders" do more harm than good in Liberia'. Robtel Neajai Pailey writes for Al Jazeera
14 Oct, 2018
Race-based citizenship in Liberia and Sierra Leone. Robtel Neajai Pailey discusses her postdoctoral work on BBC World Service's Weekend
05 Oct, 2018
'How Europe Can Reform Its Migration Policy'. Alexander Betts and Paul Collier write in Foreign Affairs
19 Sep, 2018
'Refugees expert: ‘More displacement’ to come as returning Syrians face myriad obstacles back home'. Syria Direct interviews Ali Ali