ODI Logo ODI

Trending

What we do

Search

Newsletter

Sign up to our newsletter.

Follow ODI

Emma Samman

Research Associate

Equity and Social Policy

Portrait of Emma Samman

Emma joined ODI in October 2011, and has particular experience in the analysis of multidimensional poverty and inequality, the human development approach, survey design and the use of subjective indicators to inform development policy.

Emma joined ODI in October 2011, and has particular experience in the analysis of multidimensional poverty and inequality, the human development approach, survey design and the use of subjective indicators to inform development policy. She has also worked on the socio-economic effects of market development, particularly in Viet Nam, and the effects of space and segregation upon wellbeing in Chile. Emma has survey-related field experience in Chile, Philippines, Tanzania and Viet Nam.

  1. Exclusion in household surveys: causes, impacts and ways forward

    Research reports

  2. ‘Leave no one behind’ – five years into Agenda 2030: guidelines for turning the concept into action

    Research reports

  3. Gender, power and progress: how norms change

    Research reports

  4. Financing the reduction of extreme poverty post-Covid-19

    Briefing/policy papers

  5. Gender norms and women in politics: evaluating progress and identifying challenges on the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Platform

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. Targeted interventions are vital to make universal health coverage a reality for all

  7. Ensuring no one is ‘left behind’ in health: an evidence review of constraints and ways forward

    Working papers

  8. Universal child benefits: policy issues and options

    Research reports

  9. Covid-19 and health: five expert views

  10. Towards universal health systems in the Covid-19 era: opportunities and threats

    Briefing/policy papers

  11. Busting four myths about Universal Health Coverage

  12. Reaching universal health coverage: a political economy review of trends across 49 countries

    Working papers

  13. Women in the gig economy: paid work, care and flexibility in Kenya and South Africa

    Research reports

  14. How to finance the end of extreme poverty

  15. Financing the end of extreme poverty: 2019 update

    Briefing/policy papers

  16. Number of people predicted to be living in extreme poverty by 2030 on the rise – new report

    Press Release

  17. An agenda for Europe in the world

    Briefing/policy papers

  18. Quantitative measurement of gendered social norms

    Toolkit/guidelines

  19. Gender and the gig economy: critical steps for evidence-based policy

    Working papers

  20. Between work and care: older women's economic empowerment

    Research reports

Elsewhere on the web