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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)
COVID-19 has shown that following the same road will lead the world over a precipice, The Conversation (31 May 2021)
Rescue: From Global Crisis to a better world, LSE Public Lectures and Events, (Apple) (26 May 2021)
COVID-19: how rising inequalities unfolded and why we cannot afford to ignore it, The Conversation (Reprinted in Conversation US,  Yahoo News,  GaviIPPO) (20 May 2021)
Book Launch: Ian Goldin: “Rescue: From Global Crisis to a Better World”, Oxford Martin School (19 May 2021)
IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva & Ian Goldin in conversation: “Roadmap to the Sustainable Development Goals”, Oxford Martin School (29 April 2021)
Our ‘soldiers’ are not only in the military – key workers face risks for us too, The Guardian (8th March 2021)
Rescue: From Global Crisis to a Better World, (01.05 to 01.21) TedX (7 February 2021)
Profile on Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala interviews Prof Goldin BBC Radio 4 (20 February 2021)
How herd behaviour drives action on r/WallStreetBets, Financial Times (10 February 2021)
The Future of Work Podcast (Spotify) (Apple) (6 January 2021)
Beyond Brexit, Munk Debates (4 January 2021)
Future of Jobs and Economic Justice, Just Jobs Network (17th December 2020)
Ian Goldin Renew Normal Demos Podcast, Podbean (11th December 2020)
Ian Goldin on Data and Statistics: Signposts in the Fog, IMF Podcasts (Spotify) (Apple) (Libsyn) (SoundCloud) (Amazon Music) (Google Podcasts) (3rd December 2020)
Book Launch: “Terra Incognita: 100 Maps to Survive the Next 100 Years”, Oxford Martin School (14 October 2020)
Mapping The Past & Present To Anticipate A Better Future: Authors Of ‘Terra Incognita’, StratNews Global, New Delhi (17 September 2020)
Terra Incognita, World Economic Forum (September 2020)
Ian Goldin says more (PDF), Project Syndicate (8 September 2020)
COVID-19: Implications for work, inequality and politics, Jobs and Development Conference 2020 (4 September 2020)
Rethinking Global Resilience (PDF), Finance and Development IMF (2 September 2020)
Globalization is not slowing down, but will be increasingly virtual, Squawk Box Europe, CNBC (1 September 2020)
The COVID City, Project Syndicate (31 August 2020)
Terra Incognita: 100 Maps to Survive the Next 100 Years, Book launch, HowToAcademy (26 August 2020)
Covid-19 proves globalisation is not dead, Financial Times (26 August 2020)
The Pandemic that changed the world
1. Reasons 2. Remedies 3. Rethinking
The Compass, BBC Radio (8- 25 July 2020)
Prof Joseph Stiglitz & Prof Ian Goldin in conversation: “Policies for the post-COVID world, Oxford Martin School (15 July 2020)
The Future of Globalisation, Presentation for The World After Coronavirus, Pardee School of Global Studies (26 July 2020)
A rise in nationalism could lead to an even deadlier pandemic, professor warns, CNBC (30 June 2020)
Munk Debates — Ian Goldin: Don’t throw globalization out with the bathwater, National Post (30 June 2020)
Globalisation; with Marshall Auerback and Ian Goldin, Munk Debates (30 June 2020)
What’s Next: How Covid-19 Changes Work, Play and Politics, Recovery Summit (17 June 2020)
Does Coronavirus mean the end of Globalisation?, Cambridge Union (11 June 2020)
The Bigger Picture; Documentary on COVID-19 impact with Ian Goldin and Arundhati Roy, VPRO, Netherlands (3 May 2020)
Will global collaboration against COVID-19 succeed?, Al Jazeera (25 April 2020)
Coronavirus is the biggest disaster for developing nations in our lifetime, The Guardian (21 April 2020)
Re-thinking globalisation with Ian Goldin, Late Night Live, ABC (14 April 2020)
The New Normal (from 2:00), Don’t Shoot the Messenger with Rebecca Davies, Daily Maverick (10 April 2020)
Fallout: The Global Economy, BBC Radio 4 (8 April 2020)
Viral Inequality by Ian Goldin and Robert Muggah, Project Syndicate (27 March 2020)
The world before this coronavirus and after cannot be the same, The Conversation (27 March 2020)
Pandemics in the age of hyperconnectivity, FT Podcast Rachman Review (18 March 2020) (Acast)
BBCHardTalk Interview by Zeinab Badawi, BBC (12 March 2020)
Just How Bad Could a Coronavirus Recession Get?, New York Times (12 March 2020)
Coronavirus shows how globalisation spreads contagion of all kinds, Financial Times (3 March 2020)


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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