Stéphane Guimbert is an economist in the Phnom Penh office of the World Bank. After a couple of years working in Paris and another couple of years in Washington, he moved with his family to Cambodia in August 2007. He is now working on a range of economic policy issues with the government, in particular on issues of growth. When he is not busy playing soccer with his two sons or playing board games with his daughter, he also enjoys playing the piano and reading books. Stéphane moved from Washington’s headquarters to a country office to be able to get out to the field, learn from development projects, meet officials and development partners, etc. But then he still has to go back to his computer to write on the EAP blog.
- Cambodia moves to increase exports of its "white gold" (rice)
- Cambodia's economy in 2010: After unusual year, is recovery on its way for workers and entrepreneurs?
- Inquiring minds: Cambodian students worry about their country's future
- Looking for signs of Cambodia's recovery: the ox weigh in, and more
- Seeing the financial crisis: What might contraction look like in Cambodia?
- Could agriculture save Cambodia from negative growth?
- Debating Cambodia's growth: A tsunami in 2009?
- Dreaming of sweatshops? Cambodia tries to find balance
- Cambodia: Can we protect the traditional land of indigenous communities?
- Hope and action in gloomy times
- An effective way to address concerns of the private sector in Cambodia
- Rice is expensive: a blessing or a curse for Cambodia?
- Cambodia's Relative Peace Brings the Challenges of Growth