Deepak Mishra, Observe Manager in the World Bank’s Macroeconomics, Trade, and Financial investment International Observe, has been appointed as the upcoming director and chief government of the Indian Council for Research on International Financial Relations (ICRIER).
He will consider the cost from Rajat Kathuria who has been the director and chief government of ICRIER given that 1st September 2012.
Mishra has held several positions at the World Lender, including co-director of the World Growth Report 2016 (Electronic Dividends), region economist for Ethiopia, Pakistan, Sudan, and Vietnam.
Deepak has also served as the World Bank’s Country Economist for India, primarily based in Delhi, from 2001-04. At the time he labored carefully with the federal government of India and with a number of state governments including Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Punjab.
Prior to joining the World Lender, Deepak labored at Tata Motors, the Federal Reserve Board, and the College of Maryland.
Born in Orrisa, Deepak obtained his MA (Economics) from the Delhi Faculty of Economics and Ph.D. (Economics) from the College of Maryland.
His investigate do the job has been revealed in several educational journals including the Journal of Growth Economics, the Journal of International Economics, and the Journal of Agriculture Economics.