Nilima Gulrajani

Senior Research Fellow, ODI

Dr Nilima Gulrajani is a Senior Research Fellow in the Development Strategy and Finance team, applying organizational and management theory to study trends and practices in the field of international development cooperation. She leads a programme of research centred on building donor capacity and investigating comparative trends and policy innovations in development management.

Nilima has consulted widely with government, non-profit, corporate and philanthropic organizations, currently serves as a Board member at international NGO Integrity Action, and is affiliated to the Department for International Development at King’s College, London.

Before joining ODI, Nilima was an Assistant Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science where she taught international public management and global development.  She has also previously worked as an international economist within the International Trade and Finance Group at the Canadian Ministry of Finance, the World Bank and the International Development Research Centre.

Nilima has published extensively in both peer-reviewed, policy and media outlets and currently serves as editor of the journal Public Administration and Development.  She obtained her Ph.D. from Trinity College, Cambridge, where she was a Bill Gates Scholar.

Nilima Gulrajani est Chargée d’étude principale à l’Overseas Development Institute à Londres.  Elle est actuellement détachée auprès du  Conseil international du Canada et auprès du Groupe de recherche du G20 à la Munk School of Global Affairs.  Elle a plus de quinze ans d’expérience en enseignement, en recherche et en résolution de problèmes complexes en matière d’efficacité organisationnelle au sein du développement international, en particulier dans les domaines de la gouvernance de l’aide et du renforcement des capacités des donateurs.  Elle est actuellement membre du Comité des programmes de la Fondation Chanel et rédactrice adjointe de la revue Public Administration and Development.  Nilima a ét, pendant cinq ans, membre du corps professoral de la London School of Economics and Political Science, où elle a enseigné la gestion publique internationale.  Elle a obtenu son doctorat au Trinity College de Cambridge, où elle a été récipiendaire de la bourse Gates. 


My Sessions

Triangular Co-Operation: New Opportunities for Canadian Partners

Room 106 FG

Register for this session     The landscape for international co-operation is changing with governments, private sector stakeholders, scholars and civil society organizations identifying new and innovative ways to collaborate to realize sustainable development. In this context, a Global Partnership Initiative on Effective Triangular Co-operation has developed a contemporary and more inclusive definition of triangular […]