Dr. Nancy Vandycke is Economic Advisor of the Transport Global Practice in the World Bank. She led the creation of and currently heads “Sustainable Mobility for All”—a global platform that unites 50 international organizations worldwide to change the future of mobility. Dr. Vandycke also leads the strategic and global analytical portfolio of the Bank in transport, including impact evaluation, global tracking framework, and the Knowledge Note series. She is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Council on Advanced Energy Technologies and of the Multilateral Development Bank’s Group on sustainable transport. Before joining the World Bank, she worked at the International Monetary Fund and at the Center for Economic Performance, and was adjunct professor of economics at Georgetown University and the London School of Economics, from where she holds a Ph.D. in Economics.
- Time to ask the tough questions about transport and climate
- Technology holds great promise for transport, but…
- Sustainable Mobility for All: Bringing the vision to life
- Three reasons why maritime transport must act on climate change
- Avons-nous progressé sur la voie de la mobilité durable ?
- ¿Cuánto hemos avanzado por el camino de la movilidad sostenible?
- How far are we on the road to sustainable mobility?
- أين نحن الآن على طريق تحقيق النقل المستدام؟
- مستقبل قطاع النقل في القرن الحادي والعشرين
- Sustainable mobility: can the world speak with one voice?
- Beyond ribbon-cutting: measuring the real impact of transport projects
- Is it too early to agree on SDG indicators for transport?
- Getting a global initiative off the ground: What can transport learn from energy?
- First-ever Global Conference on Sustainable Transport: What is at stake?
- Habitat III will shape the future of cities. What will it mean for urban mobility?
- Four things not to miss in shaping the new Global Action Agenda for Transport
- SDGs, Climate Agreement and Transport: From global commitments to accountability