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Europe under intense pressure, Ian Goldin Opinion Piece, Los Angeles Times (18 September 2022)
‘Demography is not destiny’, Financial Times (8 August 2022)
‘Why is productivity slowing down?’, forthcoming in the Journal of Economic Literature (17 June 2022)
Rescue: From Global Crisis to a Better World’, Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study (15 March 2022)
‘Talking about radical change with Ian Goldin’, Thinking the Unthinkable Podcast with Nik Gowing (9 February 2022)
‘Demographic changes as China’s birth rate drops to record low’, Al Jazeera (17 January 2022)
Getting ready for the 100-year life: Rethink Population, BBC Radio 4 (7 January 2022)
Is Demography Destiny?: Rethink Population, BBC Radio 4 (3 January 2022)
‘Citi GPS : Can Productivity Reduce Risks of a Debt Ratchet?’, Global Insights, Citigroup (29 December 2021)
Inequality is polarizing the world, The World Today (3 December 2021)
Covid-19 has made fighting inequality more critical than ever, Financial Times (6 September 2021)
Impacts of COVID-19: global systems with Ian Goldin, Frontiers Policy Labs Podcast (7 June 2021)
From Global Crisis to a Better World, TED Talk (29 June 2021)
Fire, tsunami, pandemic: how to ensure societies learn lessons from disaster – podcast (from 27:45), The Conversation Weekly (24 June 2021)
Bridges to the future, Royal Society for Arts (22 June 2021)
How the pandemic could save us, VoxEU (20 June 2021)
The future of globalisation, CNBC Squawk Box (16 June 2021)
Rescue by Ian Goldin — Covid crisis as catalyst, Financial Times (9 June 2021)
‘Business as usual’ will only bring us more pandemics, this Oxford economist says, Fortune (7 June 2021)


Professor Ian Goldin is Professor of Globalisation and Development at the University of Oxford and the Director of the Oxford Martin Research Programmes on Technological and Economic Change, Future of Work and Future of Development. He is a Professorial Fellow at the University’s Balliol College. From 2006 to 2016 he was the founding Director of the Oxford Martin School.

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