Paul Segal

I am a Senior Lecturer in Economics at King's International Development Institute.

I work on global inequality and poverty, the economics of natural resources and energy, and economic history and development. I teach macroeconomics and development economics and write occasional policy articles for and the Guardian.

In the media

Mind the gap: 11 ways to tackle inequality in middle income countries

George Osborne's Bank of England job

Reuters write-up of my paper on the distribution of oil revenues in Mexico.

Inflation expectations are no excuse to raise interest rates

Government debt is not the problem the coalition claims