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Director Professor Ian Goldin

Professor Goldin is often asked to contribute expert opinion to media articles and broadcasts. Below is a selection of media coverage.

Dec 2014
BBC Radio Oxford: Phil Gayle
Dec 2014
Today
Nov 2014
Global Solutions for Globalization’s Problems
Nov 2014
Interview with Prof. Ian Goldin | Professor of Globalisation & Development and Director of the Oxford Martin School
Nov 2014
Opening the door to immigrants is good for the economy
Nov 2014
Innovation: Managing Risk, Not Avoiding It
Nov 2014
Ebola outbreak is latest example of globalization’s risks
Nov 2014
More immigration – but managed much better. That’s what the UK needs
Oct 2014
Ian Goldin of the University of Oxford discusses moving toward a future enabled by the Internet of Things
Sep 2014
World wakes up to Ebola as cases set to top 1 million
Sep 2014
Globalisation has created substantial benefits, but global governance must evolve to meet the challenges posed by new systemic risks
Aug 2014
The promise and the perils of globalisation: a conversation with Ian Goldin
Jul 2014
A peek into the IMF machine
Jul 2014
Getting Globalization Right
Jul 2014
Creating international institutions fit for today
Jun 2014
Overcoming Short-Termism: A Pathway for Global Progress
Jun 2014
The Forum: Challenging Assumptions
May 2014
Fix the Cities. The Rest Will Follow
May 2014
India and Others Can Overcome Animosities
Mar 2014
Sustainable growth requires a long-term focus
Mar 2014
The ‘butterfly defect’ at the heart of globalisation
Jan 2014
Addressing the Global Governance Deficit
Jan 2014
It's 'Wrong' For The Media To Give Equal Attention To 'Climate Change Skeptics'
Dec 2013
Radio: Today
Dec 2013
South Today
Dec 2013
Drivetime
Dec 2013
Oxford Martin School: HQ for Oxford's revolution
Nov 2013
The Forum: Advantage
Nov 2013
Rethinking International Institutions
Nov 2013
The Forum
Oct 2013
Report calls on business to take responsibility and think long-term
Oct 2013
‘Serious and urgent’ reform needed to overcome increasing business short-termism
Oct 2013
Tough goals that simply must be achieved
Oct 2013
Time For Business to Shift Focus to The Long Term
Oct 2013
The curse of gridlock in modern politics
Oct 2013
Today
Aug 2013
Humanity's at the crossroads
Aug 2013
Big Idea: The Time for Divided Nations Is Over
Jul 2013
Last Word: James Martin
Jun 2013
Divided Nations: Why Global Governance is Failing
Jun 2013
Ian Goldin book 'Divided Nations' discusses global governance
Jun 2013
'Nations are divided, but we citizens need not be'
May 2013
New Scots thinking needed in global world
Apr 2013
Do we need new global institutions?
Apr 2013
£1m war chest for the battle with cybercrime
Apr 2013
Professor Ian Goldin questions austerity measures
Apr 2013
Oxford’s Cyber ‘gatekeeper’
Apr 2013
UK to host global cybersecurity centre
Apr 2013
An optimist’s view from the edge of the abyss
Mar 2013
Insuring a new world of systemic risk
Feb 2013
The future comes from Africa
Feb 2013
Go west, east, north or south, young man
Jan 2013
Global economy set for ‘slow recovery’
Nov 2012
Free Thinking Festival
Nov 2012
Collective Genius
Nov 2012
Migration's mighty steps
Oct 2012
Immigrant nations
Sep 2012
The History of the Future
Sep 2012
What if rich countries shut the door on immigration?
Jun 2012
Creating a culture of collaboration in universities
Jun 2012
Multidisciplinary study gets 'lip service', not cash
May 2012
Harnessing immigrant mobility means prosperity for all Canadians
May 2012
Lean machine driving for endurance record
May 2012
Peggie's lightweight carbon fibre chassis
May 2012
Pakistan Is the Most Dangerous Country on Earth?
Apr 2012
New thinking to solve the economy
Apr 2012
New economics research institute
Mar 2012
Globalization for Whom?
Mar 2012
The pros and cons of globalisation
Mar 2012
Preparing for the pitfalls of interconnectivity
Mar 2012
The World Bank is flirting with irrelevance
Feb 2012
OECD mulls new strategy on development
Feb 2012
A problem shared is one quickly solved
Feb 2012
Globalization: The Good, The Bad and the Uncertain
Dec 2011
Migration is essential for growth
Dec 2011
Books of the year
Nov 2011
The gains and losses of migration
Nov 2011
Boost the economy: let in immigrants
Oct 2011
What do 7 billion people mean for our global future?
Oct 2011
Faster, deadlier and harder to predict
Oct 2011
Colliding forces
Oct 2011
Thinking allowed - migration
Oct 2011
More migrants please, especially the clever ones
Oct 2011
Why economists won't help fix the economy
Oct 2011
Top 20 Foreign Policy Books of the Year
Sep 2011
Book Review: Exceptional People
Aug 2011
Science in the Wilderness
Aug 2011
More immigrants are in Canada's national interest
Jul 2011
Five Reasons Why We Should Embrace Migrants
Jul 2011
An inexorable flow to richer lands
Jul 2011
Why more migration makes sense
Jul 2011
Why More Migration Makes Sense
Jun 2011
The positive side of the "brain drain" (Article in French)
Jun 2011
Immigration: The Case for Open Borders
Jun 2011
The Forum
Jun 2011
How migration shaped our world and will define our future
May 2011
The future of mobility
Jul 2010
Global Warming Means More Mexican Immigration
May 2009
21st Century Risks