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Mona HaddadMona Haddad

Sector Manager, International Trade Department
Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Vice-Presidency

Mona Haddad is Sector Manager of the International Trade Department, World Bank (PRMTR). In this capacity she manages the group responsible for supporting the development and implementation of trade-related activities at both country and regional levels. These include trade policy analysis, competitiveness, trade facilitation and standards. Prior to joining the Trade Department, Ms. Haddad was the Regional Trade Coordinator for the East Asia Region, where she worked on trade issues in various countries, including Indonesia, China, Laos, and Vietnam.


Aaditya MattooAaditya Mattoo

Research Manager, Development Research Group, Trade and International Integration

Aaditya Mattoo is Research Manager, Trade and Integration, at the World Bank. He specializes in trade policy analysis and the operation of the WTO, provides policy advice to governments, and helps enhance policymaking and negotiating capacity in developing countries. Prior to joining the Bank in 1999, Mr. Mattoo was Economic Counsellor at the Trade in Services Division, World Trade Organization (WTO), Geneva. He also served as Economic Affairs Officer in the Economic Research and Analysis and Trade Policy Review Divisions of the WTO and taught economics at the University of Sussex and Churchill College, Cambridge University. Mr Mattoo has written extensively on trade, trade in services, development and the WTO. He is co-editor of several volumes on trade and has been published widely in academic and other journals. His work has been cited extensively in publications such as the Economist, Financial Times, New York Times, and Time Magazine. Mr. Mattoo holds a Ph.D. in Economics from King's College, University of Cambridge, and an M.Phil in Economics from St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford.


Jean Francois ArvisJean Francois Arvis

Senior Economist, International Trade Department  

Jean-François Arvis is a Senior Economist with the International Trade Department at the World Bank, where he is in charge of the knowledge activities in the area of trade logistics. Prior to joining the Bank, he worked in various positions with the French Ministry of Economy and Industry (regulation, trade, finance and development aid). He is a graduate from the École Normale Supérieure in Paris and École Nationale Supérieure des Mines, and holds doctorate degrees in physics.


Jose Guilherme ReisJosé Guilherme Reis

Lead Economist, International Trade Department

José Guilherme Reis is a lead economist with the International Trade Department of the World Bank, where he is leading the program on trade and competitiveness. He joined the Bank in 2004 and his work program has been focused on the microeconomic agenda for growth in Latin America and topics related to competitiveness. He led several studies on competitiveness and growth in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Costa Rica. Past positions include Secretary for Economic Policy with the Ministry of Finance in Brazil, 2001-2002 and Chief of Economic Advisors with the Ministry of Planning and Budget, 1999-2001 He holds a Masters degree on Economics and Public Finance from the catholic university of Rio de Janeiro, where has been Professor at the Department of Economics since 1983.


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Mariem Malouche 

Ian Gillson 

Ana Cusolito 

Massimiliano Cali 


Trade Facilitation & Logistics

Charles Kunaka

Alina Mustra

Daniel Saslavsky 

Olivier Hartmann

Trade Competitiveness 

Thomas Farole 

Daria Taglioni

Jose Daniel Reyes

Deborah Winkler


Trade in Services

Sebstian Saez

Martin Molinuevo


Customs & Border Management

Gerard McLinden

Clay Kerswell


World Bank Regional Trade Coordinators

Shubham Chaudhuri (East Asia and Pacific)

Borko Handjiski (Europe and Central Asia)

Ekaterina Vostroknutova (Latin America and the Caribbean)

Jean-Pierre Chauffour (Middle East and North Africa)

David Michael Gould (South Asia)

Paul Brenton (Sub-Saharan Africa)




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