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.
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...
Assistant Professor of Economics at Nova School of Business and Economics
Alexander Coutts is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Nova School of Business and Economics—Universidade Nova de Lisboa and resident member of NOVAFRICA. His research focuses on both behavioral economics and development economics. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from New York University.
Alexander Coutts est maître de conférences d’Économie à la faculté de comme...
"Today’s development research mixes scientific endeavor with technical advocacy. Scholars are encouraged to contribute research-based solutions to development challenges, and are expected to distill recommendations from their analysis and evidence. They are also advised to communicate the implications of their findings in ways that can reach policy-makers and practitioners most effectively, and then demonstrate their impact on decisions and outcomes."