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Franziska Ohnsorge is Lead Economist in the World Bank's Development Economics (DEC) Vice Presidency. Previously, she worked at the International Monetary Fund and the Office of the Chief Economist of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. She is lead author of the World Bank flagship report, Global Economic Prospects. Her research has covered fiscal and financial sector policy, savings and consumption, capital flows, trade and commodity-related issues in emerging market and developing countries. She has co-authored a number of policy-oriented papers and academic papers on these topics. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from University of Toronto.
Posts by Franziska Ohnsorge
The great disinflation in emerging and developing economies
Emerging market and developing economies (EMDEs) have achieved a remarkable decline in inflation since the early 1970s. Whether EMDEs can continue enjoying the benefits of low inflation will depend on...
- Jongrim Ha Ayhan Kose Franziska Ohnsorge
- 17 June, 2019
Painful spillovers from slowing BRICS growth
A synchronous growth slowdown has hit emerging markets, especially the BRICS, since 2010, with the potential for significant adverse spillovers to the rest of the world. This column estimates that a ...
- Raju Huidrom Ayhan Kose Franziska Ohnsorge
- 08 June, 2016