Ph.D., Stanford University
International development, development policy, governance, foreign aid; Asia, Middle East, and North Africa
Inder Sud is an economist with extensive background and experience in economic development in developing countries. He joined the Elliott School after a long and distinguished career at the World Bank, where he held a variety of senior management positions dealing with various aspects of development: country program management, development policy, project appraisal and financing, and privatization and private sector development. He has worked in most regions of the world, but most extensively in the Middle East, East Asia and the Pacific and South Asia.
Dr. Sud also consults for a number of governments, and international and bilateral aid organizations on economic and development policies, and aid coordination. He has also been a visiting professor at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. He holds a PhD from Stanford University.
- "Poverty: A Development Perspective" in J. Spear & P.D. Williams (eds.), Security and Development: A Necessary Partnership? Georgetown University Press. (forthcoming); and
- "Urbanization and Public Services: Creating Functioning Cities for Sustaining Growth" and "Governance for a Modem Society: Combining Smarter Government, Decentralization and Accountability to People" in India 2039: An Affluent Society in One Generation, Harinder Kohli and Anil Sood (eds.), Sage Publications, 2010.