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Romilly Greenhill

Senior Research Fellow - Team Leader

Portrait of Romilly Greenhill
Romilly leads ODI’s work on development finance. A leading expert in aid, debt and development finance, Romilly has more than 15 years’ experience of working in international development, including at senior levels.

Previous employers include: the UK’s Department for International Development, where she initiated and led the International Aid Transparency Initiative; ActionAid UK and Cambodia; the New Economics Foundation, and the Government of Uganda. Her particular area of specialism is financing the Sustainable Development Goals, including to leave no-one behind.

 

  1. Age of Choice: Developing Countries in the New Aid Landscape – What’s next?

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  2. Turning the lights on: sustainable energy and development in Viet Nam

    Research reports

  3. What future for 'traditional' development agencies in a changing world?

    Event

  4. Aid isn’t just about money

  5. European Report on Development 2013 - Post-2015: global action for an inclusive and sustainable future

    Research reports

  6. Paying for progress: how will emerging post-2015 goals be financed in the new aid landscape?

    Working papers

  7. The age of choice: how are developing countries managing the new aid landscape?

    Research reports

  8. Shaking up the aid game

  9. The age of choice: developing countries in the new aid landscape

    Event

  10. The age of choice: Cambodia in the new aid landscape

    Research reports

  11. The age of choice: developing countries in the new aid landscape

    Working papers

  12. Who foots the bill after 2015? What new trends in development finance mean for the post-MDGs

    Working papers

  13. ODI audio interviews from CAPE 2012

  14. Old puzzles, new pieces: development cooperation in tomorrow’s world

    Event

  15. The benefits of measures to improve aid effectiveness

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  16. ‘The Aid Effectiveness Agenda: The benefits of going ahead’- A commentary on the final report

    Working papers

  17. Submission to the Inquiry on EU development assistance

    Working papers

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