Etienne B. Yehoue is an economist at the International Monetary Fund. His policy work and academic publications in IMF research and policy publications, peer-reviewed journals, and books cover a wide range of issues related to monetary and financial economics, public-private partnerships in infrastructure, economic growth, and governance. He was awarded the Sidney R. Knafel Prize at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University in 2003 for his work on monetary unions. He has worked for the Center for International Development and was the Policy Chair for the African Caucus at Harvard University. He has taught courses in international capital markets and development economics at the Georgetown University and Harvard University. He holds a Ph.D. from Harvard University.

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