Mr. Sudharshan Canagarajah, is an Adviser in the Development Effectiveness Department of Africa Region of the World Bank. He is currently in charge of advising on strategic policy issues for Sub Saharan African countries. Prior to this he was Lead Economist for economic policy maters in Europe and Central Asia region countries. He has been with the World Bank for about twenty years in several positions in different world regions and has published extensively in economic growth, fiscal policy, poverty, public expenditure and labor market issues. He holds a PhD in economics from Cambridge University (UK).
- Was the resource boom more akin to a resource curse for Africa?
- Sustaining structural reforms in Africa in good and tough times
- Understanding Europe’s immigrants’ challenge from the viewpoint of the bottom 40%
- Realizing Africa's Youth Potential: Africa needs investors to create jobs for its youth, and develop skills
- Aging: A problem in Africa as well?
- Can the quest for development effectiveness in Africa also unleash faster economic growth?
- Economic Analysis and Knowledge Agenda: Keeping the World Bank Group at the forefront?
- Knowledge Delivery on Migration: Lessons from Europe and Central Asia (ECA)
- Africa needs more knowledge not just more money and projects
- The malaise of demographic dynamics in ECA: Is Migration a saving grace?
- Remittances in Europe and Central Asia (ECA): The medium term outlook is not bad?
- Are migrants more likely than nationals to be unemployed during economic crisis?
- The ECA diaspora can contribute to development
- Russia’s Migration Reforms – Learning to look at the Glass Half Full
- Stepping out of the comfort zone
- Have remittances been neglected in comparison to exports in the economic policy dialogue of low income countries (LICs)?
- The impact of the global crisis on remittances: Case of Russia and Tajikistan