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Carl Dahlman

Program Manager, Knowledge for Development at the World Bank Institute
Carl Dahlman, a Colombian national, is Program Manager, Knowledge for Development at the World Bank Institute.  This program provides training for policy makers in developing countries to help them develop strategies to make more effective use of knowledge for their countries’ development. The program also provides policy services for developing country governments. Mr. Dahlman was Staff Director of the 1998/99 World Development Report on Knowledge for Development.  Prior to that he was the Bank’s Resident Representative in Mexico for three years.  He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Yale University and a BA in international relations and economics from the Woodrow Wilson School of Princeton University. He joined the Bank in 1979 after working for the Economic Commission for Latin America in Brazil for two years.  Prior to going to Mexico he was the Manager of the Strategy and Policy Division of the Private Sector Development Department, and before that, Chief for the Industry Development Division in the Industry and Energy Department of the World Bank. He has written extensively on technical change and technology strategy in developing countries. His most recent published books are: China and the Knowledge Economy: Seizing the 21st Century (2001), and Korea and the Knowledge-Based Economy: Making the Transition (2000).

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