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Brad Cunningham

Nonresident Senior Fellow - Metropolitan Policy Program

Brad is an economist for the Millennium Challenge Corporation and an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University where he teaches a course on economic complexity theory and its implications for development. Brad has been working on growth diagnostic studies with MCC since 2012 to identify economic reform priorities for countries including Nepal, Liberia, Morocco, and Côte d’Ivoire.

In 2013-2014, Brad worked with the Harvard Center for International Development. His research interests cut across CID’s programs on structural transformation, growth diagnostics, and building the capacity of states to implement a growth strategy. In applied work with CID, Brad collaborated with Ricardo Hausmann and Matt Andrews to develop and implement a growth strategy for the Government of Albania.

Brad holds a master’s degree in development economics (MPA-ID) from Harvard University.

Brad is an economist for the Millennium Challenge Corporation and an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University where he teaches a course on economic complexity theory and its implications for development. Brad has been working on growth diagnostic studies with MCC since 2012 to identify economic reform priorities for countries including Nepal, Liberia, Morocco, and Côte d’Ivoire.

In 2013-2014, Brad worked with the Harvard Center for International Development. His research interests cut across CID’s programs on structural transformation, growth diagnostics, and building the capacity of states to implement a growth strategy. In applied work with CID, Brad collaborated with Ricardo Hausmann and Matt Andrews to develop and implement a growth strategy for the Government of Albania.

Brad holds a master’s degree in development economics (MPA-ID) from Harvard University.

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