Innovation and Growth, PRMED, World Bank
Mark Dutz is leading the work program on innovation and growth in the Economic Policy and Debt Department of the World Bank’s Poverty Reduction and Economic Management (PREM) Network. As part of recent work on business and government-business relations, he was lead author and editor of the book Unleashing India’s Innovation: Toward Sustainable and Inclusive Growth, which has been translated into Chinese, Hindi, and Japanese. Dr. Dutz has worked in all geographic regions of the Bank Group, and in the Office of the Chief Economist. His experiences outside the World Bank include: Senior Consultant with Compass-Lexecon, a private sector consulting firm, on intellectual property, innovation, antitrust, and ICT issues; Senior Advisor to the State Minister of Economy on infrastructure and PSD issues in Ankara, Turkey; Principal Economist in the Office of the Chief Economist, EBRD in London, where he was responsible for policy and research work on investment climate, competition policy, and regulatory issues; and consultant to the OECD’s Competition Division, to the WTO, and to WIPO. Dr. Dutz has taught at Princeton University and has published articles in journals and monographs in applied microeconomics, including industrial organization, international trade, competition, intellectual property, and innovation issues, and public policy toward network industries. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University and a Masters’ in public affairs from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School.
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