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Aniket Bhushan

Lead Analyst and Principal Investigator

Aniket Bhushan is Adjunct Research Professor at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (Carleton University, Ottawa). Prior to this he was Senior Research in the Governance for Equitable Growth program at the North-South Institute, a leading Canadian international development think-tank. Aniket leads the Canadian International Development Platform, an initiative that leverages open data and big data to analyze, visualize and discuss Canada’s engagement with the developing world. His work sits at the intersection of data, technology and international development. This includes extensive knowledge and experience in areas including: open data standards, social media big data, data management, visualization, open source software development, and their application to international development data.

His research interests include: fiscal mobilization and public expenditure in developing countries, international finance, impact of big data and open data on research in international affairs and development. Recent publications in this area include: Fast Data, Slow Policy: Making the Most of Disruptive Innovation in International Affairs, in The SAIS Review of International Affairs, Summer 2014 (Johns Hopkins University). Aniket holds an MA in Political Science from Carleton University.

Get in touch: aniket@nullcidpnsi.ca

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Throne Speech: Opportunity to Stimulate Canada’s Support for Development

The recent, September 23, Throne Speech, offers a significant opportunity to meaningfully stimulate Canada’s support for development. It is incumbent on the sector, especially in the period out to the Fall fiscal[...]

Reset Canada’s Approach to International Climate Finance

This report presents Canadian International Development Platform and Engineers Without Borders Canada submission to Global Affairs Canada's international climate finance consultations[...]

Unpacking climate-related development finance: An update

This analysis updates our past work on climate-related development finance (CRDF). First, we outline the broad contours of the CRDF space[...]

Quantifying COVID-19’s slowdown in development spending: New project starts and contracts

COVID-19 has had widespread impacts in terms of slowdowns across a range of sectors. This analysis aims to quantify the slowdown in international development project starts and GAC contracting[...]

Development spending and UNSC: How does Canada compare with Ireland and Norway?

This analysis compares development spending for three countries – Canada, Ireland, and Norway – that are competing for the two available rotational UN Security Council (UNSC) seats, the outcome of which will start[...]

ODA in response to crises: Portfolio risks and fragmentation

This analysis is the third in a series on risks to development outcomes stemming from donor response to the COVID-19 crisis. We argue that there is a high probability that the crisis will[...]

ODA is “recession proof”: a reality check

In this analysis we outline second and third-order risks to development stemming from donor's response to the crisis. We hypothesize that the risks to development spending are longer term and independent of the significant[...]
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