Luncheon Presentation by Mansoor Dailami, Manager, Emerging Global Trends Team, World Bank
Global Development Horizons 2011 explores the evolution toward a multipolar world economic order, its influence on the way global business and the international monetary system operate, and how that shift affects the least developed economies. The report also discusses the implications these trends will have on the development of the international monetary system and the patterns of global investment to and from emerging market economies.
Mansoor Dailami is Manager of the Emerging Global Trends Team of the Development Prospects Group at the World Bank. He is responsible for the monitoring and analysis of emerging global economic and financial trends that affect the prospects for developing countries' growth, investment, and finance. Dailami is an expert on international monetary issues, infrastructure development and finance, emerging market corporate finance, and design of foreign economic policy for emerging market economies on which he has advised governments and published extensively.
Prior to joining the World Bank, Dailami worked at the United Nations Secretariat, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and New York University. He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. from the London School of Economics and his Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University.