International Trade & Investment
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Macroeconomic Model Building
Poverty Reduction Impact Analysis
Capacity Development Effectiveness
Development Assistance Evaluation
Montague Lord is an economist with over 30 years of experience in applied economic policy research and analysis. Following 20 years as a research economist at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, DC, he is currently undertaking economic and finance consulting assignments throughout the world, with specific focus on East Asia and the Pacific. He has directed numerous projects with business organizations, universities, governments and international development partners like the World Bank, IMF, OECD, ADB, IDB, UNDP, USAID, JICA and WTO. He has written extensively on Asian and Latin American trade and development, macroeconomic issues facing the regions, private sector-led development and the facilitating roles of governments. He divides his time between his offices in Bangkok, Barcelona and Washington DC.
PhD: University of Texas at Austin.
Post-Doctoral: Oxford University, London School of Economics, George Washington University.
Academic: Visiting Professor at Oxford University and London School of Economics.
Publications: Refereed articles and books from Oxford University Press and others.
Research: Inter-American Development Bank (1972-1992).
Consulting: Independent consultant in Asia & the Pacific, Latin America, Middle East.
Projects: Nearly 100 consulting assignments with ADB, IDB, IMF, JICA, OECD, UNDP, USAID, WTO and World Bank.
Countries: Experience in 30 Asian & Pacific countries, and 26 Latin American countries.
Trade: Over 50 projects in international trade analysis and private sector development.
Macro: Extensive work on macroeconomic, international finance and macro-modeling.
Private Sector: More than 35 projects in pro-poor private sector development, including value chains.
TRADING COSTS IN EAST ASIA
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ASEAN DIALOGUE PARTNERS
Download from Lao Trade Portal website.
ORGANIC VALUE CHAIN IN GMS
Download: Mapping Value-Chains
Download: Cluster Development
INDONESIA'S EXPORT QUALITY
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