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Paul Harvey

Research Associate

Portrait of Paul Harvey

Paul Harvey is a Research Associate with HPG and a partner with Humanitarian Outcomes. Recent work has included reports on the role of state, cash based responses, remittances and dependency in humanitarian aid, a review of the state of the humanitarian system for ALNAP and an evaluation of WFP’s livelihoods recovery programming. Prior to joining ODI he worked for various NGOs as an emergency manager, including longer postings in Somalia, Sierra Leone and Kosovo.

He was previously a Research Fellow with the Humanitarian Policy Group in the Overseas Development Institute. Recent work has included reports on the role of state, cash based responses, remittances and dependency in humanitarian aid, a review of the state of the humanitarian system for ALNAP and an evaluation of WFP’s livelihoods recovery programming. Prior to joining ODI he worked for various NGOs as an emergency manager, including longer postings in Somalia, Sierra Leone and Kosovo.

  1. The DFID/ECHO approach to cash assistance for refugees in Lebanon: documenting the process

    Working papers

  2. Conflict, fragility and recovery: six years of research, three surprises

  3. Time for change: harnessing the potential of humanitarian cash transfers

    Research reports

  4. Twitter chat: give cash, not stuff

    Event

  5. Can emergency cash transfers ‘piggyback’ on existing social protection programmes?

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. Cash transfer programming and the humanitarian system

    Briefing/policy papers

  7. State of evidence on humanitarian cash transfers

    Briefing/policy papers

  8. Exciting analysis on measuring fragility - but conventional policy prescriptions

  9. What Ebola tells us about how to do state-building

  10. Five ways to make labour markets work better for workers

  11. Malnutrition in Sierra Leone: Moving away from training, training (and more training)

  12. DSA Conference: Service delivery and state-building: perceptions of governance in fragile and conflict-affected situations

    Event

  13. Taxation and livelihoods: a review of the evidence from conflict affected situations

    Briefing/policy papers

  14. Third world conference on human security: humanitarian perspectives and responses

    Event

  15. Informal taxation and livelihoods: A neglected research agenda

  16. Taxation and livelihoods: a review of the evidence from fragile and conflict-affected rural areas

    Working papers

  17. Getting beyond seeds and tools in eastern Democratic Republic Congo

  18. Don't build stuff - get people talking: a roundtable discussion of the practical implications of the African Power and Politics

    Event

  19. The New Deal in difficult places

  20. Millennium Development Goals and fragile states