The Blavatnik School of Government co-hosts globally impactful and collaborative research programmes that operate across multiple sectors. The programmes conduct and foster research and debate, influencing both public and private sector policy.
The home of much of the research and policy work on African economic development issues at the University of Oxford, aiming to improve economic and social conditions in the poorest societies
Fostering research and debate into how global markets and institutions can better serve the needs of people in developing countries
Finding new ways for the public sector to commission services while achieving better social outcomes, and aligning the interests of local authorities, social investors and charities
Promoting sustainable growth in developing countries, focusing on what the centre has identified as the four key drivers of growth: state effectiveness, productive firms, liveable cities and reliable energy access
Examining how to turn the potential risks of technological change into opportunities for inclusive development
A £43m project to understand how to improve education systems to deliver better learning for all in developing countries
An interdisciplinary research programme that aims to strengthen law, norms and institutions to restrain, regulate and prevent armed conflict
Understanding the role of human sociality within macroeconomic activity
Putting people at the centre of government transformation.