Kathleen Beegle is a World Bank Program Leader for Ghana, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, based in Accra, Ghana. She covers the sectors of education, health, poverty, and social protection, and the two cross-cutting themes of gender and jobs. Her other areas of work include the study of poverty, labor, socio-economic dimensions of economic shocks, and methodological studies on household survey data collection. She has expertise in the design and implementation of household survey operations and use of household surveys for poverty and policy analysis. Kathleen was Deputy Director of the World Development Report 2013 on Jobs. She joined the Research Group of the World Bank in 2001, where she was a member of the Living Standards Measurement Study team. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from Michigan State University.
- Improving the pathway from school to STEM careers for girls and women
- Women and migration: Exploring the data
- Women and Migration: Exploring the Data
- Social safety nets in Africa: Everywhere and growing, but going where?
- Happy Father’s Day: Fathers and children’s self-esteem
- Mesurer l’agriculture familiale, un exercice délicat
- Measuring family farming is tricky business
- L’Afrique est en plein essor ! Mais le sort des Africains s’est-il amélioré ?
- Africa is rising! But are people better off?
- Using Knowledge to Fight Poverty in Africa
- La recherche au service de la lutte contre la pauvreté en Afrique
- Poverty, Shared Prosperity, and Trade-Offs
- Putting poverty on the map
- More to do on measuring hunger
- What AIDS Leaves Behind: A Heavy Burden on African Women
- Moving away from home... and away from poverty?