Mohammad Amin is a Senior Economist with the Enterprise Analysis Unit at the World Bank Group. His current research interest includes work on gender, informality and international trade. His previous work includes research related to international migration and services trade. Mohammad Amin holds a Ph.D in Economics from Columbia University.
- A crime against business in Eastern Europe
- Time for another look at labor laws in India?
- The construction sector and crime
- Big guy, little guy: Who suffers more from crime?
- What prevents informal firms from becoming formal?
- And they say imports are a bad thing?
- The Access to Justice Programme in Pakistan
- What are the benefits to firms from formalization?
- Do banks discriminate against women entrepreneurs?
- Dutch Disease vs. Nigerian Disease
- Do we need to worry about enforcement of laws?
- The heavy hand of regulation and the hidden cost of information
- What is missing in development policy debates?
- Looking beneath the surface
- Crime, security and firms in Latin America: How do firm characteristics matter?
- Are rigid labor regulations driving greater computer usage?
- The costs (and benefits) of shopping till you drop
- How much of a problem is crime for firms in Latin America?