Philip E. Karp
Lead Knowledge Management Officer, Social, Urban, Rural, and Resilience Global Practice
Philip Karp is Lead Knowledge Management Officer in the World Bank’s Social, Urban, Rural, and Resilience Global Practice where he is responsible for developing and supporting implementation of various components of the Practice's knowledge, learning and innovation work, including South-South knowledge exchange, Communities of Practice, and knowledge networks and partnerships, along with associated training and capacity building for World Bank staff and clients. He has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of knowledge, learning, and advisory services, with particular emphasis on practitioner-to-practitioner and South South knowledge exchange. He was stationed for 4.5 years in the World Bank’s Office in Beijing where he led the World Bank’s engagement with China on South-South cooperation, most notably with African countries. Mr. Karp holds graduate degrees in economics and public policy from the University of California, Berkeley.
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- Building safer, more inclusive, and more resilient cities
- South-South and practitioner-practitioner knowledge exchange: An effective way to share, replicate, and scale up solutions to development challenges
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- How to effectively manage metropolitan areas?
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- Is South-South Cooperation Really Different? New Development Partners in Busan
- China's engagement in Africa increases – and so does the debate around it
- Week 2 of the Olympics: many athletes relax, joining the spectator ranks
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- Long-distance knowledge sharing network expands in Indonesia
- Lessons from China for Africa – One more view
- China-Africa Learning: Take-away lessons
- China-Africa learning on development -- lessons for and from all involved