Department of Management, Society and Communication

  • CBS Sustainability
PhD fellow
Phd fellow

Room: DH.Ø.2.20
Suhyon Oh

I am currently doing research on blended finance in least developed countries. My research interests focus on financing for development agenda, particularly rising phenomenon that public finance (such as ODA) increasingly blends with private investment in developing countries and exploring their impacts on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. I have 8 years of professional experiences in the field of international development, working for a donor agency and UN organisations. Prior to entering this field, I worked in investment banking sector for 5 years. I hold an MA in Globalisation and Development at the Institute of Development Studies, UK.

Primary research areas
  • Development finance
  • Blended finance
  • Impact investment
  • Private sector development
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Selected publications

Kim, S. and Oh, S. (2020). Mobilising and diversifying development finance: A critical analysis of ODA modernisation

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Suhyon Oh; Michael W. Hansen / Why the Dual Nature of DFIs makes Harmonised Impact Measurement Difficult and What can be Done about It
In: The Catalytic Effects of DFI Investment : Gender Equality, Climate Action and the Harmonisation of Impact Standards. . ed. /Samantha Attridge . London : ODI 2021, p. 107-111
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