John D. Nash, Jr.
Birthdate: April 12, 1953
Education
1975 - 1980 University of Chicago
M.A., 1978; PhD., 1982. Fields of ...
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Primary areas of responsibility: Agricultural trade and commodity risk
management.
Nov. 1996- Jan. 2002 Lead Economi...
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Dec. 1984 until July 1983.) Specialist in issues of capital markets, consumer protection, and
international trade.
S...
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Unlocking Africa’s Agricultural Potential: An Action Agenda for Transformation.Publication prepared
for World Bank/ ...
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“How Freer Trade Can Help Feed the Poor: an agenda for easing hunger worldwide by reducing trade
protectionism” (wit...
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Regional and International Trade Policy: Lessons for EU Accession (ed., with Csaba Csaki), 1999,
Washington, D.C.: W...
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"The State (Dis) Order System: A Case Study of Georgia" (with G. Fane), Proceedings of the Fifth
International Confe...
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"Encourage Trade Not Aid Expansion" (with V. Thomas), Times of India,February 27, 1992.
"Making Trade Reforms Stick"...
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"Export Risk and Capital Movements: The Theory of Asset Swapping," in R. O'Brien and I. Iversen,
eds., Finance and t...
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United Arab Emirates:Policy Agenda for Economic Sustainability,Report 9807-UAE. August 1991.
(Authored section on t...
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Organizer (with W. Takacs) UNDP/World Bank Trade Expansion Program Conference,Washington, DC.
January 23-24, 1995.
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“Public Expenditure Reform in Agriculture”, with Bonnie von Blarcom, presented to the Society for
International Dev...
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"Agricultural Trade Policy Reform," presented at teaching seminars of Trade Policy Division, May 8-10,
1989; June 4...
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  1. 1. John D. Nash, Jr. Birthdate: April 12, 1953 Education 1975 - 1980 University of Chicago M.A., 1978; PhD., 1982. Fields of specialization: economic development, public finance. Honors and awards: Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship; State Farm Foundation Exceptional Student Fellowship; National Science Foundation, honorable mention, 1975, 1976. 1971 - 1975 Texas A&M University B.S. 1975, Summa Cum Laude. Activities: Student Government Vice-President in Charge of External Affairs (1975), Student Conference on National Affairs (Chairman, 1975), Debate Club (President, 1974), Student Senate (1972-75). Honors and awards: Texas A&M President's Scholarship, National Merit Foundation Scholarship, Thomas Gathright Award for Academic Excellence; Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, and Omicron Delta Epsilon honor societies. Experience Nov 2015- present Independent consultant, working with International Food Policy Research Institute and Office of Deputy Prime Minister, Kurdish Autonomous Region of Iraq July 2012- Nov 2015 Lead Economist, Sustainable Development Department and Global Practice of Agriculture, Sub-Saharan Africa Region, The World Bank Primary areas of responsibility: Supervising advisory services and technical assistance in rural development, environment, social development, infrastructure, energy, urban and water supply sectors. Co-authored regional studies on improving agricultural public expenditure; energy and agriculture; and evaluating economic benefits of roads. Jan. 2007 – July 2012 Lead Economist, Sustainable Development Department, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, The World Bank Primary areas of responsibility: Supervising advisory services and technical assistance in rural development, environment, social development, infrastructure, energy, urban and water supply sectors. Co-authored regional flagship studies on climate change and on economic management in commodity- dependent economies in Latin America. Jan. 2002 – Jan. 2007 Advisor for Commodities and Trade, Agriculture and Rural Development Department, Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development Vice- presidency, The World Bank.
  2. 2. - 2 - Primary areas of responsibility: Agricultural trade and commodity risk management. Nov. 1996- Jan. 2002 Lead Economist, Agricultural Operations, Europe and Central Asia Region, The World Bank. Primary areas of responsibility: Turkey, Russia, Bulgaria, Central Europe. Task manager for sector reports on Bulgaria, Russia, and Eastern European Countries; and for sectoral adjustment loans for Bulgaria ($78 million) and Turkey ($600 million). Jan. 1988- Nov. 1996 International Trade Division, The World Bank. Areas of research include the theory of trade policy reform, the effects of instability in prices and earnings of primary export commodities, and mechanisms to mitigate the adverse effects of instability. From July, 1991, co-director of UNDP/World Bank Trade Expansion Program, providing technical assistance to developing countries to liberalize trade regimes. Oct. 1986 - Agricultural Operations Division for Mexico and Central America, The World Jan. 1988 Bank. Co-author of agricultural sector report for Mexico. Assisted in preparation and was task manager during negotiations of agricultural sector adjustment loan for Mexico (US $300 million). June 1986 - Economic Advisor to the Chairman, Federal Trade Commission. Oct. 1986 Advisor to Chairman on issues related to consumer protection, research, and trade regulation rules. Dec. 1984 - Assistant Director for Trade Regulation Rules, Federal Trade Commission. June 1986 Supervisor and coordinator of legal, economic, and marketing research dealing with industry-wide rules regulating trade, contract research valued at approximately $1.5 million. Oct. 1984 - On leave from Federal Trade Commission. Nov 1984 Consultant to the World Bank, studying reform of Peruvian agricultural policies. Sept. 1983 - Deputy Assistant Director, Division of Consumer Protection, Bureau of Dec. 1984 Economics, Federal Trade Commission. Supervisor of staff of 14 professional economists. Later, Economic Advisor to the Chairman. April - On leave from Federal Trade Commission. Consultant to the World Bank, May 1983 advising on reform of Colombian agricultural policies. July 1982 - Economist, Federal Trade Commission. (On leave from Texas A&M University
  3. 3. - 3 - Dec. 1984 until July 1983.) Specialist in issues of capital markets, consumer protection, and international trade. Sept. 1980 - Assistant Professor of Economics, Texas A&M University. Teaching and July 1983 research fields: economic development, micro-economics. Publications and Activities Reaping Richer Returns: Public Spending Priorities for More Productive African Agriculture ,with A. Goyal. 2016 (forthcoming). Washington D.C.: World Bank and Agence Francaise de Developpement, Africa Development Forum Series. “Agricultural Technology Choice and Transport” (with Rubaba Ali, A. Federico Barra,Claudia Berg, Richard Damania, and Jason Russ), 2016, American Journal of Agricultural Economics. http://ajae.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2016/03/31/ajae.aav073.abstract “Market Connections: Promoting Trade to Promote Resilience” (with PaulBrenton and A. Federico Barra), 2016, ch. 9 in Raffaello Cervigni and Michael Morris, eds., Enhancing Resilience in African Drylands: Toward a Shared Development Agenda,Washington D.C.:World Bank Africa Region Flagship Report. Highways to Success or Bywaysto Waste: Estimating the Economic Benefits of Roads in Africa, with Rubaba Ali, A. Federico Barra,Claudia Berg, Richard Damania, and Jason Russ). 2015. Washington D.C.:World Bank and Agence Francaise de Developpement, Africa Development Forum Series. “How Can Latin America and the Caribbean Contribute to Global Food Security?” (with Nabil Chaherli), in Ian Gillson and Amar Fouad, eds., Trade Policy and Food Security: Improving Access to Food in Developing Countriesin the Wake of High World Prices,Washington D.C.:World Bank Directions in Development Series. “Transport Infrastructure and Welfare: An Application to Nigeria”, (with Rubaba Ali, Alvaro Federico Barra,Claudia N. Berg, Richard Damania, and Jason Russ),World Bank Working Paper Series WPS 7271, May 2015. “Agricultural Technology Choice and Transport”, (with Rubaba Ali, A. Federico Barra,Claudia Berg, Richard Damania, and Jason Russ),World Bank Working Paper Series WPS 7272, May 2015. “Infrastructure in Conflict-Prone and Fragile Environments: Evidence from the Democratic Republic of Congo”, (with Rubaba Ali, A. Federico Barra,Claudia Berg, Richard Damania, and Jason Russ), World Bank Working Paper Series WPS 7273, May 2015. Agricultural Exports fromLatin America and the Caribbean: Harnessing Trade to Feed the World and Promote Development (with Nabil Chaherli). 2014. Washington D.C.:World Bank Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Office of the Chief Economist and Sustainable Development Department, Latin America and Caribbean Region, World Bank.
  4. 4. - 4 - Unlocking Africa’s Agricultural Potential: An Action Agenda for Transformation.Publication prepared for World Bank/ IMF Spring Meetings, Sustainable Development Department, Africa Region, April, 2013. “Equity and Efficiency in Agricultural Public Expenditure”. 2013. Chapter in Agricultural Public Expenditure Review,Nicaragua. Agriculture and Rural development Unit, Sustainable Development Department, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, World Bank. “Green Growth in Agriculture”. 2012. Chapter in Inclusive Green Growth in Latin America and the Caribbean,Publication prepared for World Bank/ IMF Spring Meetings, Sustainable Development Department, April, 2012. ‘’Managing Natural Resource Wealth in Latin America: Breaking the Cycle of Booms and Busts’’ (with A. de la Torre), Claves de Economia Mundial, May 2011(in Spanish). Natural Resources in Latin America: Beyond Booms and Busts? (with E. Sinnott, and A. de la Torre), 2010. World Bank Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Office of the Chief Economist, Latin America and Caribbean Region, World Bank. (Also published in Spanish and Portuguese) Vulnerable Places, Vulnerable People: Trade Liberalization, Rural Poverty and the Environment,ed. ( with J. Cook, O. Cylke, D. Larson, and P. Stedman- Edwards), 2010. Northhampton, Massachusetts: Edward Elgar Publisher. ‘’Trade Liberalization, Rural Poverty and the Environment’’ ( with J. Cook, O. Cylke, D. Larson, and P. Stedman- Edwards),2010. Chapter 1 in Vulnerable Places, Vulnerable People: Trade Liberalization, Rural Poverty and the Environment. Low Carbon,High growth: Latin American Responsesto Climate Change (with Augusto de la Torre and Pablo Fajnzylber), 2009. World Bank Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Office of the Chief Economist, Latin America and Caribbean Region, World Bank. Low Carbon Development,ed. (with A. de la Torre and P. Fajnzylber), 2009. World Bank Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Office of the Chief Economist, Latin America and Caribbean Region, World Bank. Reforming Agricultural Trade for Developing Countries,Volume 1: Key Issues fora Pro-development Outcome of the Doha Round ,ed. (with Alex McCalla), 2006. Washington DC: World Bank. Reforming Agricultural Trade for Developing Countries,Volume 2: Quantifying the Impact of Multilateral Trade Reform ,ed. (with Alex McCalla), 2006. Washington DC: World Bank. “Agricultural Trade Reform and Developing Countries: Issues,Challenges, and the Structure of the Volume” (with Alex McCalla), Ch. 1 in Reforming Agricultural Trade forDeveloping Countries. “Trade Reform and the Doha Development Agenda” (with Kym Anderson), Ch. 7 in V. Bhargava, ed. Global IssuesGlobal Citizens: An Introduction to Key Development Challenges,2006. Washington DC: World Bank.
  5. 5. - 5 - “How Freer Trade Can Help Feed the Poor: an agenda for easing hunger worldwide by reducing trade protectionism” (with Donald Mitchell) Finance and Development 42:1, March 2005. Agricultura, Comercio y Desarrollo: Multilateralismo vs.Proteccionismo (con Kim Murrell), 2004. Serie Desarrollo para Todos, no. 2. Bogota: Banco Mundial en coedicion con Alfaomega Colombiana. “Agricultural Trade: Reaping a Rich Harvest from Doha”, Finance and Development 41:4, December 2004. Review of Reforming Agricultural Marketsin Africa (Delgado,Gabre-Madhin, Minot, and Johnson, Johns Hopkins University Press), Economic Development and Cultural Change,October 2004, 53 (no.1): 260-263. Agriculture and the WTO: Creating a Trading SystemforDevelopment (ed. with M. Ingco). 2004. Washington, DC: Oxford University Press and the World Bank. "What's at Stake? Developing Country Interests in the Doha Development Round" (with M. Ingco). 2004. Ch. 1 in M. Ingco and J. Nash, Agriculture and the WTO: Creating a Trading Systemfor Development. Liberalizing Agricultural Trade: Issues and Options forSub-Saharan Africa in the World Trade Organization (with M. Ingco and D. Njinkeu), 2003. Ibadan: MacMillan Nigeria Publishers, Ltd. “Liberalizing Agricultural Trade: Issues and Options for Sub-Saharan Africa in the WTO” (with M. Ingco and D. Njinkeu), 2003, ch. 2 in Ingco, et. al.. “Use of Price Derivatives in Commodity Producing Developing Countries” (with P. Varangis and F. Oyewole), 2003, in Modern Risk Management: a History,London: Risk Books. “The Rural Sector in Transition Economies” (with K. Brooks), 2002, in B. Gardner and G, Rausser,eds., Handbook of Agricultural Economics (ch. 30,pp. 1547- 1592), New York: Elsevier. “Russian Food and Agriculture: Current Status of Transformation”,with C. Csaki, Journal of Society and Economy, vol. 24 (2002), no. 1: pp. 1-21. Food and Agricultural Policy in Russia: Progress to Date and the Road Forward (with C. Csaki, V. Matusevich, H. Kray, and A. Valdes), Washington, D.C.: World Bank Technical Paper No. 523, 2002. “Deregulating Technology Transfer in Agriculture: Impact on Technical Change, Productivity, and Incomes”,with D. Gisselquist and C. Pray,2002, World Bank Research Observer 17 (no. 2): 237- 65. Food and Agriculture in Bulgaria:the Challenge of Preparing for EU Accession (with C. Csaki, A. Fock, and H. Kray), Washington, D.C.: World Bank Technical Paper No. 481, 2000.
  6. 6. - 6 - Regional and International Trade Policy: Lessons for EU Accession (ed., with Csaba Csaki), 1999, Washington, D.C.: World Bank Technical Paper No. 434, 1999. The Agrarian Economies of Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States: Situation and Perspectives, 1997 (ed., with Csaba Csaki), 1998, Washington, D.C.: World Bank Discussion Paper No. 387. “Georgia’s Economic Collapse, 1991-1994: The Role of State Orders and Inflation” (with George Fane), 1998, Journal of Policy Reform 2: 247-267. Trade Policy Reform: Lessons and Implications (ed., with W. Takacs), 1998. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Regional and Sectoral Series. “Lessons from the Trade Expansion Program” (with Wendy Takacs), Chapter 1 in Trade Policy Reform: Lessons and Implications. Trade Policy and Exchange Rate Reformin Sub-Saharan Africa,editor (with F. Foroutan), Canberra: National Center for Development Studies, Australia National University, 1997. “Exchange allocation reform” (with E. La Ferrara and G. Castillo), Chapter 4 in Trade Policy and Exchange Rate Reformin Sub-Saharan Africa (Also published as "The Role of Foreign Exchange Allocation Mechanisms in Trade Policy Reform: Theory and Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa", Policy Research Working Paper 1268, March, 1994.) “Two steps forward, one back”,Chapter 2 in Trade Policy and Exchange Rate Reformin Sub-Saharan Africa (also published as "Implementation of Trade Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa: How Much Heat and How Much Light?," Policy Research Working Paper 1218, November 1993.) "Zambia: Country Study," chapter 14 in Trade Policy and Exchange Rate Reformin Sub-Saharan Africa. “Have Trade Policy Reforms Led to Greater Openness in Developing Countries? Evidence from Readily Available Trade Data,” (with S. Andriamananjara), in A. F. Alkhafaji and J. Biberman, eds. BusinessResearch Yearbook: Global Business Perspectives, 1996. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America. (Longer version in D. Dimon, I. Gutierrez Tomlinson, and S.E.W. Nichols, eds., Competitiveness in International Business and Trade, 1996; Laredo, Texas: Texas A&M International University Press.) "Adjustment and Poverty in Mexican Agriculture: How Farmers' Wealth AffectsSupply Response,"(with R. Lopez and J. Stanton),World Bank Policy and Research Working Paper 1494,August 1995. Georgia: Trade Policy for a Successful Transition,ed. and contributor, 1996. Washington, DC.: UNDP/World Bank Trade Expansion Program Country Report No. 17. "What We Know about Agricultural Prices:Policies, Politics, and Supply" (with G. Tolley, V. Thomas, and J. Snyder), in J. Antle and D. Summer, eds., The Economics of Agriculture: Papers in Honor of D. Gale Johnson,1996. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  7. 7. - 7 - "The State (Dis) Order System: A Case Study of Georgia" (with G. Fane), Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of the International Trade and Finance Association,1995. Laredo: Texas A&M International University Press. Trade Policy Reform,ed. (with S. Gupta and G. Pursell), 1994. New Delhi: MacMillan Press. "The Long and Winding Road: Toward Freer World Trade" (with P. Low), Finance and Development, September, 1994. "Institutional Policies for Successful Export Development in the Former Soviet Union", in C. Michalopoulos and D. Tarr, eds. Trade Policy in the Newly Independent States,1994. Washington, DC: World Bank. "Trade Policy in the Caribbean Countries," in Jose Sokol, ed., Caribbean Region:Coping with Changes in the External Environment,1994. Washington, DC: World Bank for the Caribbean Group for Cooperation and Economic Development. "Technical Assistance to Expand Trade"(with W. Takacs),Policy and Research Department Outreach #11, July 1993. The Reformof Public Expenditure for Agriculture (with B. van Blarcom and O. Knudsen), World Bank Discussion Paper 216, 1993. Mauritius: Toward the 21st Century,co-editor (with D. Hachette) and contributor, December 1993. Washington, DC: UNDP/World Bank Trade Expansion Program, Country Report No. 12. "NAFTA: The Good, the Bad, and the Unknown," review of NAFTA: Assessing the Impact,N. Lustig, B. Bosworth, R.Z. Lawrence,eds., Finance and Development,30 (no.2): 48, June, 1993. "Agricultural Price Stabilization and Risk Reduction in Developing Countries" (with O. Knudsen), in R. Bautista and A. Valdes, eds., The Bias Against Agriculture: Trade and Macroeconomic Policies in Developing Countries. 1993. San Francisco: International Food Policy Research Institute and International Center for Economic Growth. "The World Bank's Experience with Trade Liberalization: Some New Light on Old Questions," in M. Kreinin, ed., International Commercial Policy: Issuesfor the 1990s. 1993. Washington, D.C.: Taylor & Francis. "World Bank Experience with Trade Policy Reform in the 1980s," in Integrating Ukraine in the World Economy: World Experience in Trade Liberalization,(volume from conference sponsored by UNDP/World Bank Trade Expansion Program, Kiev, June 9-10, 1992). 1993. Kiev: Institute for Scientific Innovations. (Russian and Ukrainian) Costa Rica: Strengthening Links to the World Economy,editor and contributor, July 1992. Washington, DC: UNDP/World Bank Trade Expansion Program, Country Report No. 9. "Developing Asia's Free Trade Potential" (with V. Thomas), Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly, March 2, 1992.
  8. 8. - 8 - "Encourage Trade Not Aid Expansion" (with V. Thomas), Times of India,February 27, 1992. "Making Trade Reforms Stick" (with V. Thomas), Journal of Commerce,February 5, 1992. "An Overview of Trade Policy Reform, with Implications for Sub-Saharan Africa," in J.M. Fontaine, ed., Foreign Trade Reforms and Development Strategy. 1992. London: Routledge Press. (Also translated into French and published in France.) "Agricultural Policy" (with O. Knudsen), in V. Thomas, A. Chhibber, M. Dailami, and J. de Melo, eds., Restructuring Economies in Distress: Policy Reformand the World Bank.1991. New York: Oxford University Press. Best Practices in Trade Policy Reform (with V. Thomas and Associates). 1991. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. (Russian version published 1996.) "Mexico: Adjustment and Stabilization," in V. Thomas, A. Chhibber, M. Dailami, and J. de Melo, eds., Restructuring Economies in Distress: Policy Reformand the World Bank, 1991. New York: Oxford University Press. Redefining the Role of Government in Agriculture for the 1990s (with O. Knudsen). World Bank Discussion Paper No. 105, 1991 (second printing 1993). Washington, D.C.: World Bank. "Reform of Trade Policy: Recent Evidence from Theory and Practice"(with V. Thomas), The World Bank Research Observer,6 (No.2):219-240, July 1991. (Reprinted in Adhikari, Kirkpatrick, and Weirs, eds., Industrial and Trade Policy Reform in Developing Countries,Manchester University Press,1991.) "To Make the Punishment Fit the Crime: The Theory and Statistical Estimation of a Multi-Period Optimal Deterrence Model," International Review of Law and Economics,11:101-110, January 1991. "The World's Governments Have Made a Mess of Agriculture," editorial in International Herald Tribune, December 4, 1990. Agricultural Trade in the Caribbean Community.1990. Latin America and Caribbean Regional Discussion Paper. No. ID8071, Washington, D.C.:World Bank. "Domestic Price Stabilization Schemes in Developing Countries" (with O. Knudsen), Economic Development and Cultural Change,38: 539-558, April 1990. (Reprinted in J. Abbott, ed., 1993. Agricultural and Food Marketing in Developing Countries:Selected Readings. Wallingford, UK: CAB International in association with Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation.) "Export Instability and Long-term Capital Flows: Response to Asset Risk in a Small Economy," Economic Inquiry,28:307-316, April 1990.
  9. 9. - 9 - "Export Risk and Capital Movements: The Theory of Asset Swapping," in R. O'Brien and I. Iversen, eds., Finance and the International Economy - The AMEX Bank Review Prize Essays. 1990. N.Y.:Oxford University Press. Lessons in Trade Policy Reform (with V. Thomas and K. Matin). 1990. Policy and Research Series No.10. Washington, D.C.:World Bank. (Reprinted in part in Comercio Internacional Banamex, December,1990.) Linking Macroeconomic and Agriculture Policies for Adjustment and Growth: the Colombian Experience,(with V. Thomas (principal author), S. Edwards,G. Rioseco, M. Thobani, and A.C. Wee). 1985. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Optimal Civil Penalties. 1986. Working Paper No.138, Washington, D.C.: Federal Trade Commission. "Corn at Interest: The Extent and Cost of Grain Storage in Medieval England" (with D.N. McCloskey), American Economic Review,74: 174-187, March 1984. Selected World Bank Internal Documents “Tunisia: Agricultural Policy Review” (team member; author of section on trade policy), 2006, Report No. 35239-TN, March 30. Agricultural Investment Sourcebook (contributing author, modules on reforming price and subsidy policy and managing risk and vulnerability), 2004. Agriculture and Rural Development Department. “Trade Progress Report: Focus on Agricultural Trade” (principal author), informal Board briefing paper, SECM2004-0390, August 20, 2004. “Russia: Development Policy Review” (team member), Report no. 26000-RU, June 9, 2003. “Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Loan in the amount of US$600 million to the Republic of Turkey for an Agricultural Reform Implementation Project/Loan” (principal author), Report no. 21177-TU, June 6, 2001. “Implementation Completion Report on a Loan in the amount of Euro 71.12 million to the Republic of Bulgaria for an Agriculture Sector Adjustment Loan” (principal author), Report no. 20227-BUL, June 19, 2000. “President’s Report and Recommendation on a Proposed Agriculture Sector Adjustment Loan in the amount of Euro 71.12 million to the Republic of Bulgaria” (principal author), Report P-7309- BUL, May 25, 1999. "International Trade and Foreign Exchange Regime," in Georgia Macroeconomic Update,draft,October 1994. "Barbados: Issues Paper in Trade Policy," background paper for "Barbados: Initiating Memorandum for a Proposed Structural Adjustment Loan," October 9, 1992.
  10. 10. - 10 - United Arab Emirates:Policy Agenda for Economic Sustainability,Report 9807-UAE. August 1991. (Authored section on trade). The Caribbean Common Market: Trade Policies and Regional Integration in the 1990s,Report 8381 CRG, December 21,1990. (Authored section on agricultural trade). "Venezuela: Proposed Agricultural Sector Adjustment Loan, Initiating Memorandum," June 22, 1990 (Authored section on trade). [This later evolved into the Agricultural Sector Investment Project and went to the Board in November, 1991.] Strengthening Trade Policy Reform,Report SecM89-1454/1, November 13, 1989. (Assistant task manager). "Trade Policy in Adjustment Lending," mimeo, background paper for Second Report on Adjustment Lending,August 1989. Argentina: Agricultural Sector Review,Report No. 7733-AR, June 30, 1989 (Authored annex on trade and contributed to main report). "Agricultural Sector Adjustment Lending and Agricultural Policy" (with O. Knudsen), mimeo, May 1989, background paper for Report on Adjustment Lending,Report R-88-199, August 8, 1988. Mexico: Agricultural SectorReport,Report 7609-ME, April 1989. (Co-authored). Mexico: Trade Policy Reformand Economic Adjustment,Report 7314-ME, August 23, 1988 (Authored section on changes in incentives from trade reform). "Mexico: Adjustment and Stabilization, 1982-88" mimeo, April 24, 1989, background paper for Report on Adjustment Lending,Report R-88-199, August 8, 1988. President's Report forAgricultural Sector Loan forMexico,Report P-4646-ME, February 22, 1988. (Co- authored). "Lessons from Price Stabilization Schemes in Developing Countries," mimeo, background paper for World Development Report, 1986. (Co-authored). Peru: Agricultural Sector Review,Report 5882-PE,December 1985. (Authored section on trade and pricing policies). Colombia: External Sector and Agriculture Policies for Adjustment and Growth,Report 4981-CO, April 20, 1984 (Authored annexes and sections of main report on price stabilization and coffee policy). Other Professional Activities
  11. 11. - 11 - Organizer (with W. Takacs) UNDP/World Bank Trade Expansion Program Conference,Washington, DC. January 23-24, 1995. Operational experience in World Bank operations in developing countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Former Soviet Union. Referee for Economic Development and Cultural Change, Economic Inquiry, American Journal of Agricultural Economics,World Development,Social Science Quarterly,Journal of Industrial Economics,Journal of African Economies. Professional Honors 1984 Federal Trade Commission Award for Economic Excellence 1989 American Express Bank Review Essay Competition Award Listed Marquis' Who's Who in the East, Emerging Leadersin America, Who’s Who in America (2004--), Who’s Who in the World (2005 --) Selected Conference/Seminar Presentations Presentations on “Developing Countries’ Interests in Doha Round Negotiations” and related topics to numerous conferences,including “Policies Against Hunger III: Liberalization of Agricultural Trade – a Solution” (Berlin, Oct. 20- 22, 2004, Federal Ministry of Consumer Protection, Food and Agriculture); “Agricultural Policy Considerations in the Doha Round (Toronto, December 6-7, 2004, Canadian Ministry of Agriculture); National Hunger Center Fellows’ Professional Development Days (July 21, 2004 and May 6, 2005); Annual Meeting of Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development (Washington, June 2004); “New Development Challenges: Living in a Complex World” (Washington, Nov. 20, 2003, Society for International Development); Trade Forum of Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (Washington, April 22, 2003); Sparks Companies Policy Roundtable (Washington, June 12, 2002). "WTO Agreement Limits as a Development Instrument: Synergies and Complementarities of WTO Rules for Agriculture with Reform Programs Sponsored by the World Bank and IMF”, invited paper for FAO workshop on WTO Rules for Agriculture Compatible with Development, 2-3 February 2006, Rome, Italy. “World Bank submission to the WTO Panel on Implementation of the Marrakesh Decision in Favor of Net Food importing and least developed countries” (2004, 2005). "Rural Poverty, Food Security, and Trade Liberalization: Exploring the Linkages" and "Sustainable Development Strategies in Agriculture and Rural Development") presentations to WTO Symposium on Trade and Sustainable Development (Oct. 10-11, Geneva). "Agricultural Trade and Human Rights”, presentation to panel jointly organized by Center of Concern and World Bank in association with the Bank/Fund Annual Meetings; “Enabling Environment and Pre-conditions for Food Security”, and “Food Security and Trade Policy”, SADC/ World Bank Conference on Food Security, Pretoria, July 29- 30, 2004.
  12. 12. - 12 - “Public Expenditure Reform in Agriculture”, with Bonnie von Blarcom, presented to the Society for International Development, Washington, D.C., September 25, 1996. “Have Trade Policy Reforms Led to Greater Openness in Developing Countries? Evidence from Readily Available Trade Data,” (with S. Andriamananjara),presented to the InternationalTrade and Finance Association meetings, San Diego, May, 1996; and the International Academy of Business Disciplines meetings, Rockville, Maryland, April, 1996. "Lessons in Regional Integration and Trade Policy Reform," presented to visiting delegation from the Economic Organization of West African States,Washington, DC, March 2, 1995. "Implications of the Uruguay Round and Other Regional Trade Issues," presented to Economic Development Institute Training of Trainers Workshop for Anglophone Africa, February 2, 1995. "Lessons from the Evaluation of the Trade Expansion Program," presented to UNDP/World Bank Trade Expansion Program Conference,Washington, DC, January 23-24, 1995. "Regulatory Reforms in the Trade and Agricultural Sectors," presented to Economic Development Institute seminar on "Regulatory Policy and Regulatory Reform for Sustainable Development," November 3, 1994. "Agricultural Trade Policies: Lessons for Economies in Transition", presented to workshop organized by AGRAP on "The Transition of Socialist Agriculture in Europe and Asia: Synthesis of Early Experience," September 16-17, 1993. "Trade Liberalization and Trade Policy," presented to Development Studies Program of U.S. Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C.,July 7, 1993. "Labor Market Issues from a Structural Adjustment Perspective," presented to seminar organized by ESP on "Improving the Performances of Labor Markets," Annapolis, Maryland, May 5-6, 1993. "Price Stabilization Systems, with Special Reference to Venezuela," presented to seminar organized by AGRAP on "Private Sector Development in Agriculture," Washington, D.C.,June 3, 1993. "What We Know About Agricultural Prices: Policies, Politics, and Supply" (with G. Tolley, V. Thomas, and J. Snyder), presented at symposium in honor of D. Gale Johnson, University of Chicago, May 3-4, 1991. Forthcoming in festschrift volume. "The World Bank's Experience with Trade Liberalization: Some New Light on Old Questions," presented at International Trade and Finance Association conference,Marseilles, France,May 30-June 2, 1991. "Trade Reform in Developing Countries in the 1980s," presented at EDI seminar "Collaborative Approaches to Trade,Technology, and International Competitiveness," Maastricht, the Netherlands, May 21-22, 1991. "Trade Policy Reform: Why, When, What, and How," presented at Meeting of Group of Experts on Trade Policy, sponsored by UNCTAD,Antalya, Turkey May 27-31, 1991.
  13. 13. - 13 - "Agricultural Trade Policy Reform," presented at teaching seminars of Trade Policy Division, May 8-10, 1989; June 4-6, 1990; May 13-15, 1991; November 17-19 1992. "An Overview of Trade Policy Reform, with Implications for Sub-Saharan Africa," presented at Seminar on Trade Liberalization Experiences, Université Pantheon - Sorbonne, Paris I, January 18-20, 1990. "The World Bank and Agricultural Trade Policy Reform," presented to the World Bank's Second Annual Development Conference for Junior Professionals, Washington, D.C.,July 19, 1990. "Economic Analysis in Calculation of Civil Penalties," presented at seminar "The Economics of Consumer Protection," sponsored by Georgetown University Law Center,February 8, 1985.

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