Carter Brandon is the World Bank’s Global Lead Economist for the Environment and Natural Resources Global Practice. Over his twenty years at the World Bank, he has held lead positions in both headquarters (Latin America and South Asia regions) and in the field (Beijing and Buenos Aires). His primary interests are in the linkages between the environment, welfare and growth. He was educated at Harvard University (B.A.) and Oxford University (DPhil, ABD, Agricultural Economics).
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