Edmund Newell is Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral and Director of St Paul's Institute, the cathedral's forum for education and debate on faith and ethics. He has a DPhil in Economic History from Nuffield College, where he was a Prize Research Fellow, and has written and lectured on issues to do with the interface of economics and theology. He is the co-author (with Sabina Alkire) of What Can One Person Do? which brings together theological reflections on poverty with information about the Millennium Development Goals and practical suggestions for individuals and groups to work for poverty reduction.