Daniel rejoined the Center for International Development's Growth Lab as a Research Fellow in 2015. He also held this position from 2011-2013.
He studies how countries apply proactive strategies to promote structural transformation. His research focuses on using network models to uncover new opportunities for diversifying exports and attracting new sources of investment.
Prior to joining CID, Daniel was a Junior Professional Associate at the World Bank, working with governments to improve the investment climate for local businesses and FDI. Daniel has also worked as a researcher at the MIT Media Lab's Macro Connections group, and a Research Intern at the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Santiago, Chile.
Daniel earned a B.S. in Quantitative Economics and International Relations from Tufts University.
|Current Research/Projects||Areas of Expertise|
|Sri Lanka||Export Diversification|
- "Implied Comparative Advantage," CID Faculty Working Paper No. 276. 2014
- "Learning to Target for Economic Diversification: PDIA in Sri Lanka," CID Faculty Working Paper No. 332. 2017
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