John Nash is a lead economist in the Sustainable Development Department of the World Bank's Latin America and the Caribbean region, dealing with issues of rural development, environment, social development, energy, infrastructure, urban development and water supply. He is also one of the authors of "Natural Resources in Latin America and the Caribbean: Beyond Booms and Busts?" John holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
- 06/22/12 Una agricultura más “verde” para América Latina
- 06/21/12 The greening (?) of agriculture in Latin America
- 06/15/11 América Latina, Africa unen fuerzas en el manejo de riquezas naturales
- 06/13/11 Latin America, Africa Partner on Managing Commodity Wealth
- 04/28/11 ¿Podemos culpar al cambio climático por los altos precios de los alimentos?
- 04/27/11 Is climate change to blame for high food prices?
- 05/18/09 Agricultural trade, global warming, and development: Part 1 Can global warming thaw the Doha negotiations?