HHB welcomes Paul Segal - Senior Lecturer in Economics at the King's College London - as a new HHB Researcher.
He is an economist with wide-ranging interests, working on global inequality and poverty; on the economics of resource-rich countries, with a focus on the question of who benefits from resource revenues; and on the economic history of Argentina. He has extensive teaching experience, particularly in economic development and macroeconomics.
After his DPhil at Nuffield College, Oxford, he has been a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Sussex and a Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, where he continues to hold a position as Visiting Senior Research Fellow. Prior to his doctoral studies he was a Research Fellow at Harvard University working on global inequality, and a Consultant Economist at the UNDP as part of the core team writing the Human Development Report 2002.