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Economist, International Monetary Fund

Moya Chin is in the Economist Program in the Institute for Capacity Development at the IMF. She received her PhD in Economics from Harvard University in 2020. Her research lies at the intersection of development economics and political economy. Her research seeks to better understand how variation in political institutions affects governance, inclusiveness, and development policy. She has a ...

Founder and Co-Director of Resilient Analytics™

Dr. Paul S. Chinowsky is a Founder and Co-Director of Resilient Analytics™ and a Professor in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at the University of Colorado. He is currently working on projects and research for groups including the Environmental Protection Agency, the United Nations, and the World Bank to provide a global baseline for infrastructure adapt...

Assistant Professor, University of Virginia

Gaurav Chiplunkar is Assistant Professor in the Global Economies and Markets group at the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia. He completed his PhD from Yale University in the Department of Economics in May 2019. His research interests are at the intersection of development and labor economics and examine on the one hand, how large industrial policies affect firm behavior and o...

Research Associate, Indian Institute of Science

Sravanthi Choragudi is a Research Associate at Divecha Centre for Climate Change, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Her research interests lie in the intersection of sustainable and inclusive development with focus on policy. She is presently working on issues pertaining to energy access and equity; gender and energy.


Sravanthi Choragudi est chercheure associ...

Researcher, United Nations University Institute in Macau

Debora Irene Christine is a Researcher for the Smart Citizens Cyber Resilience and the Data and Sustainable Development research at the United Nations University Institute in Macau.


Debora Irene Christine est chercheuse pour le Smart Citizens Cyber Resilience et le Data and Sustainable Development research à l’Institut universitaire des Nations Unies à Macao.

Senior Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance (DRFI) Specialist, World Bank Group

Daniel Clarke is a Senior Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance (DRFI) Specialist, Finance and Markets Global Practice of the World Bank Group since April, 2014.

He is part of the World Bank Group-GFDRR DRFI Program where he works with governments towards efficient, cost-effective solutions for enhanced financial protection against disasters.

Since 2006 he has worked with...

Young Professional at the Governance Global Practice, World Bank

Serena Cocciolo is a Young Professional at the Governance Global Practice, World Bank, Washington DC. She has a Ph.D. from Stockholm University, Sweden. Serena Cocciolo est une Jeune professionnelle du groupe de travail sur la gouvernance mondiale de la Banque mondiale (Governance Global Practice), à Washington DC. Elle est titulaire d’un doctorat de l’Université de Stockholm, Suède. Serena ...

Associate Professor of Economics at Hamilton College, NY

Emily Conover is an Associate Professor of Economics at Hamilton College, NY. She holds a PhD from UC Berkeley and a BA from Wellesley College. She has worked at the IMF and published papers exploring development and labor economic questions. Her research explores the impact of government policies or programs on voting, informal labor markets, migration, and health outcomes.


Economist, FAO

Sarah Consoli is a former Economist with the Agrifood Economics Division of FAO. Her work has focused on agricultural price and trade policies in developing countries and forced labour in rural and urban areas. Prior to FAO, she worked at a nonprofit organization developing and managing an employment program for at-risk youth. She received her Master of Science in Agricultural a...

Conrad Copeland, PhD candidate in the Department of Economics, University of Bristol.

Conrad Copeland is a PhD candidate in economics at the University of Bristol.  He also holds a master’s degree in economics from New York University. He speaks English and French, and has a basic understanding of Swahili and Wolof.  He has been a member of research teams and projects at the University of Oxford, New York University, the University of British Columbia, and the Unive...



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