Nemat Shafik - Economic Research Forum (ERF)

Nemat Shafik

Research Fellows

Director of the London School of Economics and Political Science


Areas of Interest:

  • Growth and Sustainable Development

Education:

  • Ph.D., Economics, St. Antony’s College, Oxford University, UK, 1989
  • M.Sc., Economics, London School of Economics, 1986
  • B.A., Economics & Politics, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 1983

Experience:

  • Director of the London School of Economics and Political Science – present
  • Bank of England – 2017
  • Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund, Apr.2011
  • Director General, Country Programmes, Department for International Development (DFID), Oct.2004-Mar.2011
  • Vice-President, Infrastructure, World Bank, May2003-Sep.2004

Latest Publications:

  • “From Player to Referee: The Changing Role of Competition Policies and Regulation in the Middle East and North Africa,” (with John Page and Joe Saba), in The Role of the State in a Changing Arab Economic Environment, edited by Taher Kanaan, published by the International Monetary Fund, the Arab Monetary Fund and the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, forthcoming.
  • “Multiple Trade Shocks and Partial Liberalization: The Egyptian Experience,” in Temporary Trade Shocks edited by D. Bevan, P. Collier, and J. Gunning, Oxford University Press, 2002
  • “Labor Migration and Economic Integration in the Middle East,” in Middle East Dilemma: The Political Economy of Arab Integration, edited by Michael Hudson, New York: Columbia University Press, 1999.

 

Working Papers

Multiple Trade Shocks and Partial Liberalization: Dutch Disease and the Egyptian Economy

Abstract The multiple external shocks experienced by the Egyptian economy are analyzed using a series of ... read more


Working Papers

Labor Markets and Peace: The Case of Jordan

Abstract This paper analyzes the impact of the peace process on Jordanian labor markets in light ... read more


Project



There are no Upcoming Events

EVENTS

There are no Articles found