Stevan Lee

Stevan Lee is a Senior Economist at the World Bank. Prior to that, he was an economist at the British Department for International Development (DFID). He has also worked at the HM Treasury. Stevan studied at the London School of Economics, Manchester and Nottingham Universities.

Content by Stevan Lee
  • Blog post

    Non-tradeables and low-income country growth

    Transformation needs to be export led, so it might be tempting to think only about the needs of exporters. It might be tempting to see growth with very few new, export sector jobs as a failure. However, even in the most successful manufacturing-led transformatory growth episodes, most of the jobs and lots of the output are in non-tradeable sectors. Non-tradeable enterprises...

    30 Jul 2018 | Stevan Lee, Enrico Vanino