Megha Mukim is an Economist working on issues of competitiveness and urban development with the World Bank Group. She has several years of research and professional experience in the field of trade, economic geography, industrial development, and poverty. She has taught topics in development at the School of Advanced International Studies in Washington DC, and at Columbia University in New York. She has a PhD from the London School of Economics and her graduate degrees are from the universities of London and Cambridge. Her professional experience has been accumulated at the US International Trade Commission, World Trade Organization, World Health Organization, and at Yale and Columbia University.
- Taking a tour of a ‘Competitive City’
- Can other cities be as competitive as Singapore?
- Making cities competitive – What will it take?
- A Tale of Two Competitive Cities: What Patterns Are Emerging So Far?
- What does it mean to be a Young Professional at the World Bank?
- What makes a city competitive?
- Informality – a Blessing or a Curse?
- To Maximize the Gains from Trade - Focus on Firms and Cities
- Has growth been good for social and religious minorities in India? Yes, Indeed
- Tracking light from space: Innovative ways to measure economic development
- Cities on the Move
- Of Gazelles and Gazillas