Lead Economist and Program Leader for Cote d’Ivoire
Jacques Morisset is the World Bank Lead Economist and Program Leader for Cote d’Ivoire. After receiving his PhD in economics from the University of Geneva, he has held various positions at the World Bank and IFC, while collaborating with the World Economic Forum. He has published in academic journals, including the World Bank Economic Review, Journal of Development Economics, and World Development. He was a member of the Board of the World Bank Economic Review.
- Can Tanzania achieve its Green Revolution?
- Is Tanzania’s economic growth an urban phenomenon?
- Is Tanzania strong enough to resist temptation?
- Youth in Tanzania: a growing uneducated labor force
- Toilets missing in action
- A bank in your pocket: The mobile money revolution in Tanzania
- A well-kept secret: Tanzania’s export performance
- Please use -but don't abuse- Tanzania’s forests
- Land of opportunity: Should Tanzania encourage more large-scale farming?
- HIV/Aids: Still Claiming Too Many Lives
- Is Tanzania Raising Enough Tax Revenue?
- Law and Order: Countering the threat of crime in Tanzania
- Why Tanzanian farmers don’t sell what they produce?
- Perilous pregnancies: How to improve maternal health in Tanzania?
- How much are Tanzanians paying for their food?
- Promoting private sector development in Tanzania: Don’t ask the firms what they want!
- Old and vulnerable: The status of Tanzania’s elders
- What do we know about wages in Tanzania?
- Mountains of gold: A blessing or a curse for Tanzania?
- Time for high quality education for all?
- Where is my cow? Theft and disease of livestock increase poverty in rural Tanzania
- How can the mobile revolution lift up Tanzania’s poor?
- Is Tanzania attracting enough tourists?
- We want jobs, jobs, jobs
- Only 14% of Tanzanians have electricity. What can be done?