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Alexander Skinner

Consultant, Poverty Global Practice, World Bank
Alexander Skinner is a Consultant at the Poverty Global Practice at the World Bank and holds a Masters Degree in International Relations and Economics from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). His major areas of interest include multidimensional poverty measurement, subjective well-being and links between poverty and politics. He is currently working on the development of a poverty measurement initiative, SWIFT (Surveying Well-being via Instant, Frequent, Tracking). Previously, he worked on the World Development Report 2013 on Jobs and was engaged in poverty measurement and surveying exercises in Azerbaijan and Paraguay