I am a senior associate in the Beta Incubator at Evidence Action, where I work on sourcing, designing and prototyping development interventions backed by rigorous economic research. Evidence Action is a non-profit organization that scales proven development programs that improve the lives of millions.
Before that, I was at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE), where I did research on international trade, competition, and firm dynamics.
My research has been covered by major international news publications, including The Economist, Quartz, and Splinter. It has also been cited in the IMF’s World Economic Outlook, and in testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission.
I hold an MA from Johns Hopkins SAIS and an undergraduate degree in Economics from Vienna University of Economics and Business. I am currently based in Washington, DC, and am a dual Austrian/Canadian national.
I am also occasionally active on Twitter at @dariosidhu.