Dr Amir  Lebdioui

Dr Amir Lebdioui

LSE Fellow

Department of International Development

Languages
Arabic, English, French, Spanish
Key Expertise
Political economy, Industrial Policy, Extractive Industries

About me

Amir Lebdioui is an LSE Fellow in Development Management at the Department of International Development of the London School of Economics.

His research lies at the crossroads between industrial policy, natural resource management and the sustainable development agenda. As a result, his research has focused on the political economy of resource-based development, export diversification strategies, and green industrial policy in the context of renewable energy development and climate change.

In addition to preparing a number of journal articles, Amir is also working on developing a new indicator of extractive-based development. He also regularly provides analysis for multilateral development organizations.

He was previously a teaching fellow in Political Economy of Development at the School of Oriental and African Studies (UK). He holds a PhD in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge.

Selected publications

Expertise Details

Political economy of Development; Industrial Policy; commodity value chains; Petroleum; Mining; Climate change and green industrialization