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Laetitia is a development economist working on issues relating to economic transformation, climate change and gender. Her research interests include the trade, development and climate nexus, digitalisation and agriculture, development corridors and livelihoods.

Prior to joining ODI, Laetitia worked at C40 cities on issues of inclusion and migration in cities’ climate actions. She completed her post-doc at the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics working on sustainable and inclusive economic growth in development corridors in East Africa.

Laetitia holds a PhD in economics on improved water management for inclusive growth in Ghana from the University of the Basque country, Spain.

  1. Finance for nature: COP15 needs its ‘2.1(c) moment’

  2. Who should provide climate finance? Answering a hard question with some hard numbers

  3. Financing for Natural Capital in Africa

  4. A fair share of climate finance? An appraisal of past performance, future pledges and prospective contributors

    Working papers

  5. Reflections on four key issues ahead of this year’s Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting

  6. What if the Commonwealth was really about common wealth?

  7. Surfacing perceptions of equity in the finance themes of the Global Stocktake

    Research reports

  8. Expert perspectives: enhancing equity in climate finance

  9. Economic vulnerability to the Russia–Ukraine War: which low- and middle-income countries are most vulnerable?


  10. The AfCFTA and progress for gender equality

  11. An Analytical Review: A Decade of Urban Resilience


  12. The role of the AfCFTA in promoting a resilient recovery in Africa

    Research reports

  13. A gender approach to monetary and financial policies in the COVID-19 recovery

    Research reports

  14. Carbon markets and standards: a new agenda for LDC negotiators

    Briefing/policy papers

  15. How to make climate and trade policy work together for the most vulnerable countries

  16. Four ways the UK can bring climate and trade agendas together at COP26

  17. A fair share of climate finance: apportioning responsibility for the $100 billion climate finance goal

    Working papers

  18. A fair share of climate finance? An initial effort to apportion responsibility for the $100 billion climate finance goal


  19. Five expert views on China’s pledge to become carbon neutral by 2060

  20. Three expert views on the World Trade Organization’s new Director-General nomination