Senior Economist, Europe and Central Asia, World Bank
Emily Sinnott is a Senior Economist in the European and Central Asia region of the World Bank, where she specializes in aging and social sector spending work, and has led crisis budget support lending. Previously, she led 2010 flagship report on commodities in Latin American and the Caribbean and was country economist for Chile, Uruguay and Argentina.
Prior to joining the World Bank, Emily worked in the European Central Bank, and as an Overseas Development Institute fellow in the Ministry of Finance of Guyana. Emily has a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University, and a PhD in Economics from the European University Institute.