Ian Goldin

Ian Goldin is a professor at the University of Oxford in England. He took up his most recent position as director of Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford, in September 2006. He is the Oxford University Professor of Globalisation and Development, and holds a professorial fellowship at Balliol College, Oxford.

Books in order of publication:

“Rescue: From Global Crisis to a Better World”, Hodder Hachette, 2021

“Terra Incognita: 100 Maps to Survive the Next 100 Years”, with Robert Muggah, Penguin, 2020

“The Productivity Paradox: Reconciling Rapid Technological Change and Stagnating Productivity” Oxford Martin Programme on Technological and Economic Change, 2019

“Migration and the Economy: Economic Realities, Social Impacts and Political Choices”, Citi GPS: Global Perspectives and Solutions, 2018

“Development: A Very Short Introduction”, Oxford University Press, 2018

“Age of Discovery: Navigating the Storms of Our New Renaissance”, with Dr Chris Kutarna, Bloomsbury, 2017

“The Pursuit of Development: Economic Growth, Social Change and Ideas”, OUP, 2016

“The Butterfly Defect: How globalization creates systemic risk and what to do about it”, Princeton University Press, 2014

“Is the Planet Full?”, Oxford University Press, 2014

“Divided Nations: Why global governance is failing and what we can do about it”, Oxford University Press, 2013.

“Globalization for Development: Meeting New Challenges”, (with Kenneth Reinert), Oxford University Press, 2012

“Exceptional People: How Migration Shaped Our World and Will Define Our Future”, (with Geoffrey Cameron and Meera Balarajan), Princeton University Press, 2011.

“Globalization for Development: Trade, Finance, Aid, Migration, and Policy”, (with Kenneth Reinert), World Bank and Palgrave Macmillan, Washington and Basingstoke, 2006, reprinted in 2007.

“The Case For Aid”, (with Nicholas Stern and F. Halsey Rogers), World Bank, Washington, 2002

“The Economics of Sustainable Development” (edited with Alan Winters), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1995.

Global Governance and Systemic Risk in the 21st Century (with Tiffany Vogel), Global Policy, 1(1), January 2010.

Globalisation and Risks for Business, 360 Risk Insight Report, Lloyds, London, 2010.

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