Ejaz Ghani taught Economics at Oxford University and Delhi University. He studied Economics in Delhi University, Jawahar Lal Nehru University, and Oxford University. He has worked on Africa, East Asia, and South Asia, and has a strong interest in globalization, growth, employment, and poverty. He is currently Economic Advisor in South Asia region at the World Bank.
- What explains huge gender disparities in women’s economic participation in India?
- Growth Escalators, Convergence, and Divergence
- Global and Local Connectivity and Spatial Development
- Who creates jobs?
- How to Avoid Middle Income Traps?
- Service with a smile: A new growth engine for poor countries
- The Poor Half Billion--what is holding back lagging regions in South Asia?
- India's Service Revolution
- What Can South Asia Do to Make the Big Leap?
- What Will South Asia Look Like in 2025?
- What Can be Done About Conflict in South Asia?
- Conflict and Development: Where is Conflict Concentrated in South Asia?
- Do Cities Matter?
- What are Key Areas for Regional Cooperation in South Asia?
- How Can South Asia Overcome its Infrastructure Deficit?
- Integrating the Two South Asias
- How Will Changes in Globalization Impact South Asia?
- How Should We Best Accelerate Growth and Job Creation in South Asia?