Caroline Laroche

  • Researcher



Caroline holds an MPA in International Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science, during which she specialised in the management and governance of aid. Prior to taking up her position at the IGC, Caroline did consulting work for the FAO, started and managed a small NGO in Ecuador and contributed to research projects with the International Development Research Centre in Canada, Innovations for Poverty Action in Mali and the Centre for Microfinance Research in India.

Her research interests are focused around governance and state capabilities, and particularly such topics as aid effectiveness, public sector reforms, natural resource revenue management and the application of behavioural economics findings to international development policy.