Daniel Reyes is the Senior Country Economist for Cabo Verde. His areas of expertise include macroeconomics, international trade, foreign direct investment, and globalization. Reyes’ recent policy work focuses on firm-level responses to regulatory reforms aimed at improving the investment climate in developing countries, and he has experience in leading policy dialogue in Latin-America, Africa, and Asia. Prior to joining the World Bank Group in 2012, he worked for the Inter-American Development Bank and for the Colombian government. Reyes holds a M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from Georgetown University.