World Bank Economist
Aurélien is an economist in the Nairobi office of the World Bank, where he works on Somalia, Burundi and Kenya (leading the Bank's work on Kenya's momentous devolution). Previously he was country economist for Comoros. He has written on decentralisation (in Madagascar, Kenya and Indonesia) as well as social protection (skills and jobs) in East Asia. Aurélien graduated from Harvard’s MPA-ID program in 2007 before joining the Bank as a Young Professional.
- Why low oil prices are also bad news for the poor in Central Asia
- Nepal's Paradox: When Good is Not Good Enough
- ¿Puede algo bueno convertirse eventualmente en malo?
- ¿Puede algo Bueno Convertirse Eventualmente en Malo?
- Can a Good Thing Eventually Become Bad?
- Stabilizing Somalia - the development moment