S. Amer Ahmed
S. Amer Ahmed is an Economist in the Global Modeling and Analytics team of the World Bank’s Development Prospects Group. His current responsibilities include using dynamic simulation methods to examine poverty and income distributions under long run scenarios, and the economic implications of demographic and structural change in Africa, international migration, and climate change. In past assignments at the World Bank he has also worked on agriculture and food security issues. Mr. Ahmed received his MS and PhD in Agricultural Economics at Purdue University, specializing in international trade. During that time he also worked with the Center for Global Trade Analysis on a range of issues including global and regional migration liberalization, and the labor market effects of outsourcing.