Sayed Nasrat

Sayed Nasrat is a former researcher at the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD), Afghanistan. Sayed received his MSc. in International Cooperation Policy (Development Economics division) from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan, in 2014. He has also worked for Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA).

Sayed’s main research interests include: development economics, foreign aid, rural development and corruption.

Content by Sayed Nasrat
  • Blog post

    Will WTO membership boost trade and investment in land-locked Afghanistan?

    WTO, established in 1995, works to provide a framework for trade policies to ensure freer, easier, and more predictable trade flows. They also provide technical assistance to low-income, developing and least-developed countries in transition to adjust WTO rules. In December 2015, the number of WTO member countries increased to 162. Afghanistan became the 36th...

    25 Mar 2016 | Sayed Nasrat, Abdul Tamim Karimi