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Bond to Happen? Recurring Debt Crises in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Rise of Sovereign Bond Issuance (Debt Justice Network Norway, October 2016)
Exportable – How To Make The Norwegian Debt Audit Transferable To Other Countries (The Norwegian Coalition for Debt Cancellation, January 2013)
No more debt inequalities (with Jayati Ghosh), Progressive International, April 22nd, 2021.
An Anti-Imperialist Call for Debt Justice, Progressive International,August 21st 2020.
Caveat emptor: the Graduation Approach, electronic payments and the potential pitfalls of financial inclusion (Policy in Focus 14 (2): 55-57, 2017) (with Paulo dos Santos)
Bond to happen? Recurring debt crises in Sub-Saharan Africa and the rise of sovereign bond issuance (Righting Finance December 8th, 2016) (this piece was also re-published on Social Watch)
Are Norwegian Investments in Sovereign Bonds Responsible? (November 9th, 2016, SLUG)
Financial Inclusion and Its Discontent (with Paulo dos Santos), The Private Debt Project, April 13th 2016.
Can Development goals help development finance? If so, how? Development Finance Agenda Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2016).