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Tazeen Fasih

Lead Human Development Economist

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Tazeen Fasih is a Lead Human Development Economist of the World Bank. She is currently working in the South Asia region, with a focus on Pakistan. Her recent policy-oriented research focuses on improved efficiency of education expenditure in decentralized settings and on skills and labor market outcomes. Other areas of her work include education finance and school autonomy. She has worked in countries in the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Africa and has experience working in academia as well as think tanks. She has authored and co-authored a number of papers in the World Bank on economics of education including the book 'Decentralized Decision Making in Schools and Linking Education Policy to Labor Market Outcomes.'

Tazeen holds a PhD in Economics from the University of London.