Jaime De Melo

Jaime de Melo, professor emeritus from the University of Geneva is a CEPR fellow, a senior fellow at FERDI and an advisor at Trade Economics. From 1980 to 1993, he was in the research Department at the World Bank before joining the faculty at the University of Geneva from 1992 to 2013. Jaime has advised governments on trade policies and during WTO litigations. He has consulted for the AfDB, the European Commission, the IMF, USAID, the World Bank, and participated in several projects with the LSE. A founding member of the World Trade Institute, he has held several editorial positions and was editor-in-chief of the World Bank Economic Review, 2005-2010. Jaime holds degrees in Political Science at the Maxwell School (Bachelors from Syracuse University 1968), in international relations (M.A from Johns Hopkins SAIS, 1970), and a Phd in economics from John Hopkins University (1975). Jaime's publications are available at http://ideas.repec.org/e/pde173.html
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Shaping Mauritius’ Future: Education, Services and Environmental Protection

  Jaime de Melo, Emeritus Professor, University of Geneva Despite Mauritius’ history of resilience, Jaime de Melo highlights some of the country's fragilities in terms...