Era Dabla-Norris is a Division Chief of the Asian I Division in the IMF’s Asia Pacific Department and mission chief for Vietnam. Previously, she was a Division Chief in the IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department, working on structural reforms and productivity, income inequality, fiscal spillovers, debt and demographics. Since joining the IMF, she has worked on a range of advanced, emerging market, and low-income countries and published widely on a variety of topics, and has been a contributing member of the World Economic Council. She holds a MSc from the Delhi School of Economics and a PhD from University of Texas.
- Teleworking is Not Working for the Poor, the Young, and the Women
- A “New Deal” for Informal Workers in Asia
- The Declining Fortunes of the Young
- The Economic Cost of Devaluing “Women’s Work”
- How Much Should You Save for Retirement?
- The Case for Fiscal Policy to Support Structural Reforms
- How Lowering Trade Barriers Can Revive Global Productivity and Growth
- Growth’s Secret Weapon: The Poor and the Middle Class
- What Advanced Economies Can Do to Rise Above the “New Mediocre”
- A Big Step Forward for Bolstering Financial Inclusion
- Why Education Policies Matter for Equality
- The Time is Nigh: How Reforms Can Bring Back Productivity Growth in Emerging Markets