Chadi Bou-Habib

Chadi Bou-Habib

Economista principal, Banco Mundial

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Especialidad: Macroeconomía

Chadi Bou-Habib started as a consultant with the World Bank in the Lebanon Country Office in 2003, became a staff Economist in 2006, and was promoted to Senior Economist in 2010. He worked on Lebanon, Jordan, and Syria.

In 2013, he joined the headquarters in Washington, D.C. as Senior Economist for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). In 2017, he moved to Kinshasa, DRC, as Lead Economist and Program Leader covering the World Bank’s program in Macroeconomics, Trade & Investment; Governance; Poverty; Financial and Private Sector; State-Owned Enterprises; and Extractives for DRC, the Republic of Congo, Central African Republic, and Burundi.

In June 2020, he joined the Fiscal Policy and Sustainable Growth Unit in Washington. His experience covers a variety of fields, such as Public Expenditure Reviews, Statistical Capacity Building, Financial and Monetary Dynamics, Mining Sector, Development Policy Lending, Human Capital, Growth, and Dutch Disease & Resource Curse.

Prior to the Bank, he worked in the asset liability management and economic studies department of the local subsidiary of the French Bank Société Générale. He was part of the team that designed the fiscal adjustment plan for the government of Lebanon in 1998-99.

He holds a Master in Development Economics from the University of Montpellier, France, a Master in Economics from the American University of Beirut, and a doctorate in international money and finance from the University of Lyon, France. He is fluent in Arabic, French, and English.

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