NISHIMIZU Mieko

NISHIMIZU Mieko

NISHIMIZU Mieko

Consulting Fellow (until November 30, 2008)

Activities at RIETI

Education

1975 Doctor of Philosophy, Economics, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

Experience

1975.09-1980.06 Assistant Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Department of Economics and Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University.
1977.07-1978.08 Faculty Research Fellow, National Bureau of Economic Research.
1980.10-1983.09 Economist, Productivity Division, Development Research Department, Development Policy Staff, The World Bank.
1983.10-1986.06 Economist, Industrial Strategy & Policy Division, Industry Department, Industry & Energy Staff, The World Bank.
1986.07-1987.06 Senior Economist, Industrial Strategy & Policy Division, Industry Department, Industry & Energy Staff, The World Bank.
1987.07-1988.06 Lead Economist, Country Operations Division, Country Department I (Afghanistan, Pakistan and Turkey), Europe, Middle East & North Africa Regional Office, The World Bank
1988.07-1991.01 Chief, Industry Trade & Finance Division, Country Department I (Afghanistan, Pakistan & Turkey), Europe, Middle East & North Africa Regional Office, The World Bank.
1991.01-1995.09 Director, Risk Management and Financial Policy Department, The World Bank.
1995.10-1997.01 Director, Country Department I (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Pakistan, Sri Lanka), South Asia Regional Office, The World Bank
1997.02-2003.12 Vice President, South Asia Region, World Bank
2003.12- Consulting Fellow, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry

Others

1985.01-1988.06 Visiting Associate Professor of Economics, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. Teaching (course title: Economic Development)