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Job Vacancies World Bank Beijing China


Senior Economist

Location    Beijing, China
Closing Date    11-Jan-2011
Language Requirements    English [Essential]; Chinese [Desired]

The East Asia and Pacific Region presents a dramatic illustration of the principal global dynamics, opportunities, and risks of the 21st century. After making the fastest progress in growth and poverty reduction of any region around the world in the last fifteen years, some countries in the region are poised to become middle-income, and some are preparing to join the small group of high-income countries. Such rapid transformation is leading to the largest shift in rural-to-urban population in human history, generating rising inequality within and across countries, and leaving individuals and sub-national regions behind in the dash for prosperity. Meanwhile, the slowdown in global growth threatens these gains and countries across the region are being forced to address the consequences for macroeconomic stability, employment and poverty, while re-thinking their development strategies and adjusting to changed growth prospects. 

In the East Asia and Pacific Region, the PREM side of EASPR/FP is responsible for the Bank’s work on economic policy, public sector reform, governance, and poverty analysis for this dynamic and rapidly evolving region. In close consultation with field-based Country Directors and in partnership with other network departments and the governance hub, EASPR/FP provides policy and implementation advice as well as financial support to our client countries through a range of instruments that includes analytical work, technical assistance, lending, and supervision. In addition, EASPR/FP conducts studies and analyses of issues that cut across countries and require regional cooperation, liaising closely with organizations such as ASEAN and APEC; monitors economic developments through periodic country economic updates; and partners with other departments within the region and across the Bank, as well as with relevant institutions in the region, to address key challenges facing our clients.

East Asia Pacific PREM is highly decentralized with well over 60 percent of staff (international and local, bank budgeted and trust funded) located in the country offices. On the PREM side, the Sector Director, supported by sector manager, provides overall leadership for carrying out the Department’s work program. Country Lead Economists (one per country management unit) are accountable for the timely delivery of country-based work programs and have responsibility for managing the budget, management of IRS and LRS field office staff working on their respective countries, and quality control.  Thematic lead economists for public sector, poverty, and economic policy facilitate communities of practice and provide strategic leadership in their respective areas.

The work of EASPR in China is dominated by AAA, although one TA project is also under implementation. The AAA program is largely demand-driven, and consists of a mix of products: regular monitoring reports, quick response policy notes, ESW, and workshops/conferences/seminars.  The four current areas for the work are: economic and social monitoring; macro-fiscal policy and management; structural issues and longer-term development; and capacity building. While details of the Bank’s engagement in these areas are agreed on an annual basis, the work over the next three years is expected to cover: due diligence monitoring and risk evaluation; fiscal policy and management at both national and sub-national levels; medium-term reform strategy and its implementation (including through the 12th Five-Year Plan); and strengthening of capacity in a range of public sector institutions.

EASPR is seeking a Senior Economist to work in the country office for China. The Sr. Economist would work primarily on China, but where appropriate, could also contribute to work in other countries or to regional work.  His/her work would be supervised by the Chief of the Economics Unit/Country Lead Economist in Beijing. The Economics Unit houses experts with macroeconomic, financial sector, enterprise and private sector development specializations. 

The duties and accountabilities of the Senior Economist include the following:
  • serve as task manager and/or key team member for major PREM products, especially analytical and advisory activities;
  • lead regular monitoring of economic, social and structural reform developments, outlook and risks;
  • participate in efforts to build the economic policy dialogue, including engagement with senior government officials at the national and sub-national levels; liaise closely with IMF and ADB economists, and other partners as required;
  • assist in managing and implementing other PREM products and services in response to client demand and consistent with the CPS, working closely with the PREM network to bring international experience to bear and assisting the Lead Economist in providing support across the key reform areas.
  • actively participate in cross-sectoral collaboration with other SMUs;
  • contribute to relevant “process” tasks for country work, including the live database and unified survey, the Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA) exercise, and the preparation of briefing notes for senior management;
  • provide advice and guidance to junior staff working in the country office;
  • carry out selected work assignments in other EAP countries or on regional tasks as requested.


Advanced degree (preferably PhD) in Economics or equivalent combination of academic training.

*At least 8 years of relevant work experience; excellent technical skills; established track record of leading substantive analytical work on country economic performance and/or operational work, or equivalent experience outside the Bank. Demonstrated ability to lead multi-sectoral teams, including consultants, researchers and related professionals.

*Demonstrated conceptual and analytical rigor in analysis of macroeconomic management, integration of economic stabilization policy and structural reform, and interactions between sectoral/social developments and macroeconomic policy, coupled with the ability to draw pragmatic policy implications from sophisticated conceptual and empirical work, as evidenced in a strong track record of prior written work.

*Very strong oral and written communications skills, including the ability to present complex arguments in a clear and persuasive manner, and demonstrated skills in expository writing [and press relations].

*Demonstrated client orientation and effectiveness in conducting policy dialogue; able to understand client's needs and take initiatives and to influence others without formal authority.

*Creativity, resourcefulness, and strong interpersonal skills, ability to work productively and harmoniously in a team environment, and work under pressure of tight deadlines.

*Excellent spoken and written proficiency in English is essential. Knowledge of Chinese (Mandarin) language is desirable.  

The World Bank Group is committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality, culture and educational background.  Individuals with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

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