James Edwin

Coordinator, Monitoring and Evaluation, EIF Executive Secretariat

James Edwin is the Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator at the Enhanced Integrated Framework at the World Trade Organization. James has more than 15 years of professional experience in managing for results across levels of government, international organisations and the private sector. Previously he worked as Principal Evaluator in the Operations Evaluation Department at the African Development Bank and before that was a Professor of Evaluation and Public Policy at the Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA. He was also a Planning Officer in the Ministry of Development and Economic Planning and then Deputy Project Manager in the EU Agricultural Project in Sierra Leone. He was Chairman of the Economics Task Force of West Africa. James holds a PhD from Purdue University, USA

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15 November 2017
La faiblesse des capacités institutionnelles et productives constitue le principal obstacle à la participation des pays les moins avancés au commerce international. Comment le Cadre intégré renforcé les aide-t-il, notamment en Afrique, dans leurs efforts pour surmonter ces barrières et tirer...
8 November 2017
Inadequate institutional and productive capacities constitute major impediments to the participation of least developed countries in global trade. How is the Enhanced Integrated Framework supporting them, particularly in Africa, in their efforts to overcome these barriers and benefit more from...