Xiao Ye is an economist in the Africa Region Chief Economist's Office. In addition to providing statistical support to the Chief Economist's Office, she works on a variety of additional projects, including Africa-Asia trade and investment (with AFTPS), poverty assessment for Sierra Leone (with AFTPM & AFTP4), and poverty profiling for the Namibia Country Report (with AFTP1 & PRMPR). She also task manages a regional household survey program that addresses issues in improving consistency, transparency and access for secondary data users and statistical capacity building for National Statistical Offices (with AFTKL).
Performance-Based Aid in Africa : The Country Policy and Institutional Assessment. The World Bank, Washington , DC , 2004. (co-author)
Standardized Survey Bulletin , Ghana , Zambia , Gambia , Malawi , Kenya , and Ethiopia . The World Bank, Washington , DC 2003. (co-author)
Efficiency of public expenditure distribution and beyond, a public tracking survey report. The World Bank, Washington , DC 2002.
Public Health and Education Spending in Ghana,1992-1998, issues of equity and efficiency. Policy Research Working Paper, The World Bank, Washington , DC 2001. (co-author)
Can local level institutions reduce poverty? Rural Decentralization in Burkina. Policy Research Working Paper, The World Bank, Washington , DC 2001. (co-author)
A profile of living standards in Turkmenistan . The World Bank, Washington , DC 2001.
Regional 1998 Poverty Report: Gender, Growth, and Poverty Reduction. The World Bank, Washington, DC, 1998. (core team member)