I like breaking complex issues down into simple digestible blog posts that introduce readers to new ideas or new ways of thinking about old ideas. For me, blogging is intimately connected to my research and teaching, as I use blogging as a way to test out new ideas, explore new questions, as well as to share my research. Perhaps most importantly, I see blogging as a way of democratising science and increasing public debate about economic issues, as blogging involves making scientific enquiry understandable to people outside the academy, as well as to those inside.

Take a look at the blog I run here, which includes contributions from a range of scholars that approach economic development in different ways.

Here is a collection of some of my blog posts: