Sarah Logan is an economist in the IGC London Hub. She holds an MPA in Development Practice from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and an LLB from the University of Cape Town. Before joining the IGC, Sarah worked for a law firm in New York City providing legal and policy advice to governments and civil society organisations on natural resource governance issues from a public interest and sustainable development perspective. She is a qualified attorney in South Africa, and is in the process of being admitted in Zimbabwe and New York State.Sarah’s research interests are in natural resource governance, foreign direct investment, and state effectiveness.
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