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Joe joined the Politics and Governance team at ODI in August 2012. He is a graduate of Oxford University and has an MPA in International Development from the London School of Economics.

Before ODI he worked in Mexico and India for small NGOs, designing and analysing the outcomes of randomised controlled trials testing the effectiveness of interventions in public education.

Joe's current work focuses on issues of governance and the politics of service delivery, with a specialisation in education.

He has contributed to several rigorous reviews of evidence on non-state providers of education and contributed to case study analysis of the education systems of Chile and Indonesia, with a particular focus on the political aspects of reforms.

 

His broader political economy experience includes analysis of human resources for health deployment in Nepal and medicine shortages in Tanzania, as well as research into local level community accountability mechanisims for health.

  1. Adapting development

  2. Enthusiasm, confusion and a bit of clarity: where are we going with social accountability?

  3. Unbalanced progress: what political dynamics mean for education access and quality

    Research reports

  4. Basics and beyond: What drives national progress in education?

    Event

  5. Political expedience too often put before education quality, warns new report.

    Press Release

  6. Improvements in the quality of basic education: Chile's experience

    Research reports

  7. Towards better education quality: Indonesia’s promising path

    Research reports

  8. More than information: new prescriptions to end medicine shortages

  9. Stock-outs of essential medicines in Tanzania: a political economy approach to analysing problems and identifying solutions

    Research reports

  10. The role and impact of private schools in developing countries

    Research reports

  11. The role and impact of private schools in developing countries

    Other

  12. The technical is political: what does this mean for the health sector?

    Research reports

  13. Elections in Chile: a decisive victory for Bachelet, but an uncertain future

  14. The technical is political: understanding the political implications of sector characteristics for education service delivery

    Research reports

  15. Human resources for health in Nepal - the politics of access in remote areas

    Research reports

  16. Avoiding political potholes on the road to development

  17. The political economy of roads: an overview and analysis of existing literature

    Other