Senior Economist, Infrastructure and Climate Change Research Program Manager, Development Impact Evaluation (DIME), The World Bank
Aidan manages DIME’s unit on Infrastructure and Climate Change. After completing his MSc in Statistics at University College London and MSc in Economics for Development at the University of Oxford, he joined DIME in South Africa, exploring the effects of a large-scale slum upgrading project implemented across the country. He’s a Senior Economist focusing on identifying sustainable, equitable and efficient ways to expand water, sanitation, electricity and broadband services with the aim of reducing poverty and spurring climate-compatible economic growth.
Recent work by Aidan Coville
Two years after receiving a ‘big push’, women in some of the country’s poorest households perform better across many dimensions, including equality
How can policymakers solve the problem of non-payment of utility bills while still maintaining access to water and sanitation services?