Tamer Taha is a Research Analyst at the World Bank’s Center for Mediterranean Integration. Tamer is working on two programs: Knowledge Economy and Governance of Higher Education. He has contributed to regional reports for each of the programs focusing on the Arab world. Besides his work at the World Bank, Tamer works with a non-for-profit crowdfunding and open-innovation platform (Yomken.com) that aims at linking the challenges and grass-roots innovation in the Egyptian informal settlements with the knowledge and skills of university students. Tamer holds a Master’s degree from Paris-Sorbonne University in International Economics of Development and he received his Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Computer Applications in Social Sciences from Cairo University in 2009. Tamer also has a number of consultancy experiences for governmental, private and International Organizations.
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