Emmanuel Pinto Moreira

Affiliate Professor

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I am a results-driven and innovative economist fully committed to policy oriented and analytical works. I have more than 25 years of experience in macro-fiscal, growth, poverty, economic governance, trade, competitiveness and financial sector related works, in middle-income and low-income countries of Middle-East and North Africa, East-Asia, Latin America and Caribbean, and Sub-Saharan African Regions. I am former World Bank and IMF staff. I held several positions in these two institutions, including recently Regional Lead Economist for the Middle East North Africa (MENA) Region at the World Bank Group, and Senior Economist in the Middle East and Central Asia Department in charge of fiscal issues, and Senior Advisor to the Executive Director for the 24 Francophone African Countries at the IMF. Prior to joining the World Bank and the IMF, I taught undergraduate courses in Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Statistics, and Econometrics at Universities of Nancy and Metz (France). I am currently working at the African Development Bank.

 

I authored research papers and publications. He recently published a book “Morocco’s Growth and Employment Prospects: Public Policies to Avoid the Middle-Income Trap” Policy Center for the New South February 2020. Other research papers and publications include (among others), Gender Gaps in the Labor Market and Economic Growth. Analytical Framework and Application to Morocco”. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 8661. December 2018; and Managing (Fiscally) Resource Price Volatility: Exploring Policy Options for the Democratic Republic of Congo”. This paper was published in a book “Foreign Capital Flows and Economic Development in Africa BRICS’ versus OECD’s Impact. Palgrave McMillan, March 2017.

 

I hold a Ph.D. in Macroeconomics and MS. in Macroeconomics both attained at the University of Lorraine (France).

Courses
For the academic year 2021-2022

  • ECO513 Development Finance
  • ECO205P Development Macroeconomics

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Emmanuel Pinto Moreira

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