Senior Economist, Development Prospects Group, World Bank
Bryce Quillin is senior economist in the World Bank's Prospects Group, the Bank's unit for global forecasting and modeling housed in the data and research department (DEC). Previously, he was lead author of the World Bank's flagship economic monitor for East Asia and an economist in the Office of the Chief Economist for the Europe and Central Asia region. He was also a desk economist in the Middle East and Central Asia department of the International Monetary Fund. In addition to his work on development economics and policy, Quillin was chief economist at an investment management firm and at a financial consultancy. He holds a PhD from the London School of Economics and has published in the areas of macroeconomic growth and development, international finance and financial regulation, and labor markets and migration.
- What can societies do to age with growth and prosperity?
- The three major challenges to ending extreme poverty
- From population bomb to development opportunity: New perspectives on demographic change
- Migration and Europe: Some brief thoughts on a theoretical sudden stop in immigration
- The end of the “demographic dividend” in East Asia
- UNHCR launches update on a year of crises