With guests Ngaire Woods and David Roodman. Discussion of proposals for reform of the global system, the impact of the financial crisis on aid, and the impact on developing countries more generally.
File size: 15MB Running time: 46 minutes . Recorded 23 October 2008.
Ngaire Woods is Professor of International Political Economy at Oxford University, and the Director of the Global Economic Governance Programme, which is a research programme investigating how global institutions could better respond to the needs of developing countries.
David Roodman is at the Center for Global Development in Washington DC. David is the architect of the Commitment to Development Index which ranks the world’s richest countries based on their adoption of policies that affect developing countries
- David Roodman’s article about the impact on aid of previous financial crises
- Ngaire Woods’s article in the Guardian
- Ngaire Woods’s The Globalizers