Magnus Lindelow is the Practice Manager for Health, Nutrition and Population for Eastern and Southern Africa at the World Bank.
Magnus has worked extensively in East Asia, Latin America and Africa, and most recently held the position of Program Leader for Human Development in the World Bank’s Country Office in Brazil. He has published books and research articles on impact evaluation of health sector programs, distributional issues in the health sector, public finance, service delivery, poverty and other topics. Prior to joining the World Bank, Magnus Lindelow worked as an economist in the Ministry of Planning and Finance in the Mozambique and as a consultant on public finance and health sector issues.
Magnus received an undergraduate degree in economics from University College London, and earned M.Phil and D.Phil degrees in Economics from Oxford University.