I am the Director of the Center for International Development at Harvard University and Professor of the Practice of Economic Development at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. I am also George A. Cowan Professor of the Santa Fe Institute. My research includes issues of growth, structural transformation, macroeconomic volatility, international finance, gender gaps and aid coordination.
Cambridge, Massachusetts – South Asia and East Africa top the list, while oil-driven economies face the sharpest fall in new growth projections and rankings of productive dynamism for 128 countries, as presented by researchers at the Center for International Development … Continue reading
Cambridge, Massachusetts – After a decade lagging behind South America in economic growth, Mexico and Central America are now poised to lead the region, according to new projections presented by researchers at the Center for International Development at Harvard University (CID). … Continue reading
The Center for International Development (CID) has been ranked the 3rd best university think tank and 5th best international development think tank, according to the newly released 2014 Global Go To Think Tank Index. “At CID, we are trying to … Continue reading