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Mark Miller

Director of Programme

  • Leadership Team
  • Development and Public Finance
Portrait of Mark Miller

Mark leads ODI’s programme of work on international and public finance. This programme of work is concerned with how governments and international financial institutions can support prosperous, equitable and sustainable economies around the world. He is also currently acting director of the ODI Fellowship Scheme.

Mark is an economist with 15 years of experience working primarily on fiscal issues. He has advised finance ministries in Southern Africa and East Asia and has also worked with the World Bank Group and United Nations Development Programme. Prior to his work in public policy, Mark was a management trainee at Unilever.

His current research interests are focused on the interaction between national fiscal policies and transnational policy concerns. His work is also concerned with the future of international cooperation in the United Kingdom.

  1. Country platforms for climate action: something borrowed, something new?

    Emerging analysis

  2. The tricky business of implementing the UK’s new international development strategy

  3. What the privatisation of vaccine innovation tells us about Global Britain

  4. How the UK’s Comprehensive Spending Review risks jeopardising COP26

  5. Multilateral finance in the face of global crisis

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. The UK, Special Drawing Rights and fiscal gimmickry

  7. The three myths underlying the vote on the UK’s ODA cuts

  8. Piecing together changes to UK bilateral aid allocations

  9. How the allocation of IDA20 should shift to ease the recovery from the Covid-19 crisis in lower-income countries


  10. Making the G7 summit a success


  11. A year of British leadership – delivering on Global Britain

  12. A 'shot in the arm' for multilateral cooperation - why international public finance should step up its game for global vaccination

  13. Public finance and service delivery: what's new, what's missing, what's next?

    Working papers

  14. Missed opportunities in the UK budget to support global development

  15. How IDA can support recovery from the Covid-19 crisis

  16. Beyond the Union: a new platform for European cooperation

    Briefing/policy papers

  17. Lessons from the UK spending review

  18. The future of diplomacy: G20 in a Covid era


  19. Sharing the burden for investment in the Covid-19 recovery

  20. What next for UK international development?