DACOR: Reforming Foreign Aid: Reinvent the World Bank (and more)
Dr. Inder Sud has over 40 years of experience in international development. He began his career at he World Bank, where for over 30 years he held a number of managerial positions in a variety of sectors and regions until 2001, including East Asia & Pacific, Transport, Urban Development and Water Supply, Energy, Industry, Finance, South Asia, Finance and Private Sector Development, and the Middle East. After leaving the Bank in 2001, he taught part-time at Duke University and The George Washington University, subsequently taking up a full-time faculty position at he Elliott School of International Affairs where he served as co-director of the International Development Studies Program and later Director of the Masters Program in International Affairs. In his recent book, Reforming Foreign Aid: Reinvent the World Bank, Dr. Sud draws extensively on his long experience in different regions and situations. This event costs $5. This event is co-hosted by UAA.