OPHI publications include a Working Paper series, Research in Progress series, MPI Methodological Notes series, OPHI Policy Briefings, Special issues of academic journals, National MPI reports, and some special publications including poverty reports co-authored by OPHI.
The Working Papers present new academic research on multidimensional poverty. The papers are peer reviewed. Most of the papers in this series will be published in academic journals and books. Our Research in Progress series contains academic papers in progress, while OPHI Briefings are clear and concise introductions to key topics that are aimed at policymakers and students. MPI Methodological Notes provide technical background for the global MPI.
OPHI Update newsletter is published four times a year and gives an overview of the latest news about our work, publications and forthcoming events; the issues of OPHI Update can be read here. The list of published articles and book chapters of OPHI researchers can be found in OPHI Publications Archive.
Special issues of journals should be ordered through your local bookshop or library, or direct from the respective publishers. All other publications can be downloaded free of charge from this website. Printed copies are available to libraries and institutes in developing countries that do not have generally accessible internet connections on request.
MPPN magazine Dimensions (in English and Spanish) is available here.
Latest Working Papers
|138||Children and Multidimensional Poverty: Four Measurement Strategies||Jakob Dirksen and Sabina Alkire||Also published in Sustainability No. 13(16) 9108, 2021.||2021|
|137||Multidimensional Poverty and Inclusive Growth in India: An Analysis Using Growth Elasticities and Semi-Elasticities||Suman Seth and Sabina Alkire||Also published in Research on Economic Inequality: Poverty, Inequality and Shocks, vol. 29, December 2021.||2021|
Latest Research in Progress papers
|61a||Global multidimensional poverty and COVID-19: A decade of progress at risk?||Sabina Alkire, Ricardo Nogales, Natalie Naïri Quinn and Nicolai Suppa||2021|
|60a||A Birdseye View of Well-being: Exploring a Multidimensional Measure for the United Kingdom||Sabina Alkire and Fanni Kovesdi||2020|
Latest OPHI Briefings
|57||Multidimensional Poverty and COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean: Recent Trends and the Route Ahead||Hector Moreno and Monica Pinilla-Roncancio||2021|
|56||Understanding Poverty in Africa||Ross Jennings and Christian Oldiges||2020|