Roger Nord is a Deputy Director of the IMF's African Department, where he has headed missions to Cameroon, Gabon, Tanzania, and Uganda. He was previously division chief of the surveillance policy division in what is now the Strategy, Policy and Review Department, and an advisor to former Managing Director Horst Köhler. From 1998-2002, he was the IMF’s regional representative in Central Europe based in Budapest. Latest Posts:
- China and Africa: Will the Honeymoon Continue?
- Africa: Reducing Inequality Boosts Growth Too (published on Ideas for Development)
Global Value Chains: The Missing Link in Sub-Saharan Africa’s Trade Integration (published on Ideas for Development)
- Bridges to Growth, Not Roads to Nowhere: Scaling Up Infrastructure Investment in Low-Income Countries