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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. Demographic shifts, older women and work

  2. PRESS RELEASE: Older women spend more than double the amount of time than older men on unpaid work – new ODI report

    Press Release

  3. Three ways governments can ensure people in crisis aren’t left behind by SDG progress

  4. SDG progress: fragility, crisis and leaving no one behind

    Research reports

  5. Financing the end of extreme poverty

    Research reports

  6. How can we finance the end of extreme poverty?

  7. Disability Summit 2018: how to ensure people with disabilities are not left behind

  8. Good practices for sustained financing of national statistics

    Working papers

  9. The gig economy in complex refugee situations

    Other

  10. Informal is the new normal: improving the lives of workers at risk of being left behind

    Working papers

  11. Governments must act now to improve the lives of informal workers – new ODI report

    Press Release

  12. Africa’s opportunity: reaping the early harvest of the demographic transition and ensuring no one is left behind

    Research reports

  13. 10 things to know about 'leave no one behind'

    Briefing/policy papers

  14. Defining ‘leave no one behind’

    Briefing/policy papers

  15. Syrian women refugees: opportunity in the gig economy?

    Research reports

  16. Seven challenges for refugee women in Jordan’s gig economy – and how to overcome them

  17. The future of work for Syrian refugee women in Jordan: is the “gig economy” an opportunity?

  18. Leaving no one behind in the roads sector: an SDG stocktake in Kenya

    Research reports

  19. An integrated approach to leaving no one behind: overview and methodology

    Research reports

  20. Care responsibilities and women's leadership

    Briefing/policy papers

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