My research has attracted media attention from a range of outlets including the New York Times, the Economist, the Guardian, the BBC, Vox, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Jakarta Post. I have presented my research to policy makers and academic audiences in over 10 countries. Some examples of the blogs I have authored and presentations I have given are listed below.
World Bank (Governance for Development) 2022 – Why does the progressivity of taxes matter?
World Bank (Lets Talk Development) 2021 – The drivers of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and how to address them
United Nations University WIDER 2020 – Will COVID-19 lead to half a billion more people living in poverty in developing countries?
From Poverty to Power 2019 – No Matter Where You Live, the World is More Unequal Than You Realise
World Bank (Development Impact) 2018 – Why are relatively poor people not more supportive of redistribution?
Guardian Newspaper 2017 – The study that shows life is a lot more unequal than you (probably) think
From Poverty to Power 2016 – Why we need to rethink how we measure inequality – please welcome the Absolute Palma index
Poverty Analysis 2015 – The end of extreme poverty in the rich world
DevPolicy 2015 – Is extreme poverty going to end?
World Bank Headquarters, United States (view here)
Overseas Development Institute, United Kingdom (view here)
Sustainable Development Goals Center, Indonesia (view here)