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MOLD
Andrew MOLD
United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Kigali
Chief of Section and also OIC of SRO-EA, SRO-EA- Eastern Africa Regional Integration & AfCFTA Section
Andrew Mold is Chief of Cluster at the Subregional Office for East Africa in Kigali. His areas of expertise include international economics, politics, gender and development, trade economics and development policy. Recent publications include discussions on South-South trade liberalization and East Africa industrialization challenges. Prior to joining ECA, he worked as a Lecturer and the Co-Director for ICEI Complutense/ICADE, and as Vice-General Secretary for the Universidad Internacional de Men?ndez Pelayo in Spain. Mr. Mold holds a Ph.D. in economics, specializing in multinational corporations, foreign direct investment and regional integration from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain.
Areas of Expertise
Economics, International Economics

Education:

Doctorate
Economics
Complutense University of Madrid
Empresas Multinacionales, Integracion Europea y las Economias Perifericas: Un Analysis de la Dinamica Espacial del Mercado Unico
Master's Degree
Political Economy & Comparative Systems
Cambridge University
Economics and Politics of Development
Bachelor's degree
Economics
Brookes University Oxford
Economics and Politics

Language:

English
French
Spanish

Publication:

"Running up that Hill? The Challenges of Industrialisation in the East African Community",

Development

2018
"Brexit and Its Potential Impact on Africa - The Case of the East African Community"

Journal of African Trade

2018
"The Countdown to Implementing the African Continental Free Trade Area in East Africa"

Brookings Institute

2020
"The Case for an Integrated African Market - the Costs of Non-AfCFTA"

The East African

2018
"The Impact of the Covid-19 Crisis on Trade – Recent Evidence from East African” [with Anthony Mveyange]

Brookings Institute

2020
“Modelling the economic impact of the tripartite free trade area: Its implications for the economic geography of Southern, Eastern and Northern Africa” [with Rodgers Mukwaya]

Journal of African Trade

2016
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