William Shaw

Former  Visiting Scholar
International Economics Program
Shaw was a visiting scholar in Carnegie’s International Economics Program. He is the co-author of Juggernaut: How Emerging Markets Are Reshaping Globalization.
Education

Ph.D., George Washington University; M.A., Johns Hopkins School for International Studies; B.A., Reed College

Languages
  • English

William Shaw is no longer with the Carnegie Endowment.

William Shaw  was a visiting scholar in Carnegie’s International Economics Program. He is the co-author of Juggernaut: How Emerging Markets Are Reshaping Globalization (Carnegie Endowment, 2011).

Shaw has been staff member, and then consultant, for the World Bank’s research department since 1980. Much of his work has involved contributions to the World Bank’s flagship reports on the international economy, with particular focus on trade, capital flows, technology, and international migration.

He also has written on debt relief, structural adjustment and the poor, trade facilitation, and migration in Sub-Saharan Africa, and collaborated on edited volumes dealing with corporate restricting after crises, export diversification, and South-South migration.

From 1988–1995, Shaw served in operational assignments for the World Bank in Bolivia, the Caribbean, and Tanzania. He joined the Bank’s research department in 1980 to contribute to the analysis of global macroeconomic issues.

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