Daria Taglioni is the Task Team Leader for the World Development Report 2020. She has been with the World Bank Group since 2011, covering issues of international trade and countries’ trade competitiveness. Her career started with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris and she also worked at the European Central Bank for several years. She has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and her work has been cited in the New York Times and Forbes. She authored various books on international trade, including “Making Global Value Chains Work for Development” (with Deborah Winkler), “Inclusive Global Value Chains” (with Ana Paula Cusolito and Raed Safadi), “Vietnam at a Crossroads: Engaging in the Next Generation of Global Value Chains” (with Claire Hollweg and Tanya Smith), and “Valuing Services in Trade” (with Sebastian Saez, Erik van der Marel, Claire Hollweg, and Veronika Zavaka). She is Italian and holds a PhD in International Economics from the Graduate Institute, Geneva.
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