International Trade & Investment

Private Sector Development

Macroeconomic Model Building

Poverty Reduction Impact Analysis

Capacity Development Effectiveness

Development Assistance Evaluation

Biography

Citizenship

United States and Spain

Languages

Native English and Spanish

Place of Birth

Barcelona, Spain

Employment

  • Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), 1972-1992
  • Independent Consultant, 1992-onward

Academic

Ph.D., Economics, University of Texas at Austin, 1979

Postdoctoral studies, Oxford University, 1981-82

Postdoctoral studies, London School of Eco­nomics, 1981-82

Postdoctoral studies, George Washington Uni­versi­ty, 1983-84

Graduate studies, University of Massa­chu­setts, 1968-69

B.S., John Carroll University, Eco­nomics, 1968

Achievements

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Visiting Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1981-82.
  • Research Fellow, Oxford Univ., Inst. of Econ. and Statistics, and Queen Elizabeth House, 1981-82.

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Montague Lord carries out consulting assignments in international development economics. His areas of expertise include trade and investment; private sector development, value chains and clustering; agricultural and natural resource economics; macroeconomic aspects of international trade and finance; development planning and policies; economy-wide country and industry-specific studies; international competitiveness and growth areas; and regional and multilateral arrangements ranging from free trade agreements to WTO accession and impact analysis. He has extensive practical experience throughout the word, especially in Latin America and the Caribbean, Central Asia, East Asia and the Pacific, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. He is currently focusing his work on Southeast Asia, notably Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines.

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