Founder, Emerging Design Centers; adjunct associate professor of
Economics, Stern School of Business, New York University; director of
thought leadership, Dalberg Global Development
adviser to Her Majesty's Government, United Kingdom; editorial
writer and economics columnist for The New York Times, The Economist and
the International Herald Tribune; author of Outrageous
Fortunes: The Twelve Surprising Trends That Will Reshape the
Global Economy, Power in Numbers: UNITAID,
Innovative Financing, and the Quest for Massive Good (with Philippe
Expertise: inclusive business, social enterprise, corporate social investment, product design for the base of the pyramid, global health, tax policy, economics of crime and drugs, unemployment insurance; global.
Education: A.B., A.M., and Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University
Executive director, Fundacion Pensar; executive
director, Center for the Implementation of Public Policies Promoting
Equity and Growth, Argentina; assistant professor of economics, University
of San Andres and University of Buenos Aires; advisor to the
Inter-American Development Bank, World Bank and UNICEF; co-author of
Expertise: macroeconomics, fiscal policy, development, corruption; Latin America.
Education: Lic. in economics, Universidad de San Andres; A.M. and Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University.
asset management firm in Hong Kong (name withheld); research fellow, China
Center for Financial Research, Tsinghua University; adjunct
professor of finance, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Expertise: macroeconomics, equity markets, forecasting, time-series econometrics; East Asia.
Education: B.A. in economics, University of Chicago; M.A. in economics, Columbia University; A.M. and Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University.
of economics, University of California at Berkeley; research associate,
National Bureau of Economic Research; research fellow,
Centre for Economic Policy Research; senior fellow, Bureau for Research
and Economic Analysis of Development; research affiliate, MIT Poverty
Action Lab; author of Africa's Turn? and Economic
Gangsters: Corruption, Violence
and the Poverty of Nations (with Raymond Fisman).
Expertise: development, poverty, health economics, education; Africa, South Asia.
Education: S.B. in economics and S.B. in mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; A.M. and Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University.
Experience: Assistant professor, Stanford University Graduate School of Business; visiting assistant professor of finance, University of Chicago; visiting researcher, Central Bank of Mexico; staff economist, Council of Economic Advisors of the President and Ministry of Finance, Mexico.
Expertise: corporate finance, economics of organizations, entrepreneurship, governance, tax policy; Latin America and United States.
Education: B.A. in economics, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico; A.M. and Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University.