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Gaurav Nayyar is a Lead Economist in the Equitable Growth, Finance, and Institutions Vice Presidency at the World Bank, which he joined as a Young Professional in 2013. Previously, he was an Economics Affairs Officer in the Economic Research Division of the World Trade Organization. His research interests lie in the areas of economic growth, structural transformation, trade, industrialisation, and firm productivity, and he has published in a variety of academic journals on these issues. His latest book is At Your Service? The Promise of Services-Led Development.
Gaurav holds a DPhil in Economics from the University of Oxford, where he was a Dorothy Hodgkin Scholar. His other alma maters include the London School of Economics and Political Science, the University of Cambridge, and St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi.
Posts by Gaurav Nayyar
The impact of services trade on non-tradable services in India
A share of India's service sector growth can be attributed to tradable services, which can also have positive productivity impacts on manufacturing. This article looks at the effect of services trade ...
- Besart Avdiu Ritam Chaurey Gaurav Nayyar Karan Singh Bagavathinathan
- 25 November, 2022