Amir Lebdioui

PhD, Cambridge

Associate Professor in the Political Economy of Development

Dr Amir Lebdioui is Associate Professor in the Political Economy of Development at Oxford Department of International Development (ODID). He is an Algerian development economist, whose research has focused on the economic diversification of resource-dependent nations, green industrial policy and low-carbon innovation, commodity value addition, and biodiversity-based development models.

His work has been published in leading academic journals including World Development, Ecological Economics, Development and Change, the Journal of Technology Transfer, and the Review of International Political Economy. Amir also regularly advises governments and international institutions on green industrial policy strategies. He holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge.