Mr. Ivailo Izvorski is a Lead Economist in the East Asia and Pacific region of the World Bank, working on regional economic and financial issues. Since late 2008, Ivailo has been the principal author of the World Bank’s East Asia and Pacific economic update. Prior to his work on East Asia, Ivailo worked extensively on central Europe and the countries of the western Balkans in the Europe and Central Asia region of the World Bank, including as the World Bank’s resident economist in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ivailo’s earlier work experience includes the Institute of International Finance and the International Monetary Fund. Ivailo holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University.
- The Decline in Oil Prices: An Opportunity
- The middle-income trap, again?
- The next food crisis - is it coming?
- Most central banks in East Asia need to raise rates to nip inflation in the bud
- Private consumption in East Asia is not too low
- Why has developing East Asia led the global economic recovery?
- East Asia & Pacific: Risks to economic recovery from the return to business-as-usual in developed countries