Matt Kennard

Matt Kennard is a fellow at the Centre for Investigative Journalism in London. He is the author of Irregular Army and The Racket, and has worked as a staff writer for the Financial Times in London, New York, and Washington, DC. He has written for The New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and The Guardian. He graduated as a Stabile investigative fellow from the Columbia Journalism School.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

How Aid Became Big Business

A study of how the international aid business is becoming increasingly professionalized and corporatized....

How Aid Became Big Business
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