Paolo Verme is a Lead Economist at the World Bank. A Ph.D. graduate of the London School of Economics, he was Visiting Professor at Bocconi University in Milan (2004-2009) and at the University of Turin (2003-2010) before joining the World Bank in 2010. For almost two decades, he served as senior advisor and project manager for multilateral organizations, private companies and governments contributing to the design, implementation and evaluation of public policies. His research covers labor markets, welfare and social protection and is widely published in international journals, books and reports. He is the co-author of the policy simulation model “SUBSIM” and the lead author of a recent joint UNHCR-World Bank study on the welfare of Syrian refugees.
- Who should receive humanitarian assistance when budget is short?
- Top Incomes, inequality and the Egyptian case
- El bienestar de los refugiados sirios y las perspectivas futuras
- Bien-être des réfugiés syriens et perspectives d’avenir
- The welfare of Syrian refugees and the way forward
- أوضاع اللاجئين السوريين والطريق إلى الأمام
- Reviewing the Facts on Top Incomes and Inequality in Egypt
- Relative Deprivation, Discontent and Revolutions
- Top Incomes and the Measurement of Inequality in Egypt
- L'accès aux données dans les pays arabes : une révolution silencieuse est en marche
- ثورة بيانات صامتة في العالم العربي
- A silent data revolution in the Arab World
- Aid allocation: Should equally poor countries be treated equally?
- الحقائق مقابل التصورات: محاولة لفهم انعدام المساواة في مصر
- Facts vs. Perceptions: understanding inequality in Egypt
- Who is Deprived? Who Feels Deprived? Labor Deprivation, Youth and Gender in Morocco