Jasmina Beganovic Chauvin
Doctoral Candidate in Strategy, HBS
Jasmina Beganovic Chauvin is a Research Fellow at the Center for International Development at Harvard University and a Doctoral candidate in Strategy at the Harvard Business School. Her research interests are the development outcomes of business-government deals in resource concessions and large projects. She is also interested in other forms of business-government collaboration, especially relating to private sector development and diversification. Jasmina holds a B.S. in International Political Economy from Georgetown University and a Masters in Public Administration / International Development from the Harvard Kennedy School. Most recently Jasmina served as deputy to the Economic Adviser to the President of Liberia, during which time she advised the government on concessions negotiations, development strategy, and private-sector development. Jasmina has also consulted for the World Bank, the Revenuewatch Institute, and a number of national governments. Previously she worked in project finance at Citigroup on a variety of infrastructure and energy financings in North and South America. Jasmina originally hails from Bosnia, loves traveling, and languages.