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Manish Bapna is the Executive Director of the Bank Information Center
. Prior to his appointment to this position in July 2003, Manish served as a Senior Economist at the World Bank concentrating on people-centered sustainable development. He led multidisciplinary teams overseeing projects and research on natural resources, agriculture, and local institutions in South and East Asia and Latin America. He is the author or co-author of over a dozen reports and other publications during his seven-year tenure at the World Bank. Manish previously consulted with several development NGOs including Seva Mandir (India) and Women's World Banking, and helped establish the Swaraj Foundation - an institute dedicated to promoting new thinking on human learning and empowerment. In an earlier incarnation, Manish worked as a strategy consultant with McKinsey & Company where he provided management advice in the financial services and technology industries. Manish received an MBA with distinction and an MPA (development studies) from Harvard University and a SB from MIT.
Focus: Development, Environment, Finance, Governance,
United States, India,
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2006