Christian Oldiges is Co-Director of Metrics and Policy at the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. He holds a PhD in Economics from Heidelberg University, Germany. During his doctoral studies, his research focus was on evaluating welfare impacts of a huge rural employment programme in India and on measuring food security.
At OPHI, Christian is co-leading the outreach team in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, supporting governments in building national multidimensional poverty indices. When in Oxford, he undertakes micro-econometric research on the determinants of multidimensional poverty.
Klonner, S. and Oldiges, C. (2019). ‘The welfare effects of India’s Rural Employment Guarantee’, OPHI Working Paper 129, University of Oxford.
Oldiges, C. (2017). “Measuring malnutrition and dietary diversity: Theory and evidence from India.” OPHI Working Paper 108, University of Oxford.
Christian Oldiges CV (pdf)