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Katherine Stapleton is an economist working on international trade, emerging technologies, labour economics, development and climate policy. She is currently Country Economist for China and Cambodia in the World Bank's Macroeconomics, Trade and Investment Global Practice. She joined the World Bank in 2020 on the Young Professionals Program and have since worked in the Development Economics Research Group's Trade and International Integration unit and as Country Economist for Ghana.
She completed her PhD in Economics from the University of Oxford in September 2020, and is a Visiting Researcher at Oxford’s Center for the Study of African Economies and an External Research Fellow at the UK's Institute for the Future of Work. She was previously a Visiting Researcher at Stanford's Department of Economics, a Fellow of the Pathways for Prosperity Commission and a Fellow of the Overseas Development Institute.
Posts by Katherine Stapleton
AI and services-led growth: Evidence from Indian job adverts
Using a new dataset of online vacancies from India’s largest jobs website, Copestake et al. document near-exponential growth in the demand for artificial intelligence-related skills in the services...
- Alexander Copestake Max Marczinek Ashley Pople Katherine Stapleton
- 19 April, 2023