Vasco Molini

Vasco Molini is Senior Economist in the Poverty Global Practice Group at the World Bank. He works on Nigeria and Ghana and his main scientific interests are inequality and income distribution in Africa.

He holds a PhD in Development Economics from University of Florence and a Post Doc at Free University in Amsterdam.

Content by Vasco Molini
  • Blog post

    Should I stay or should I go

    Rapid migration flows into urban and peri-urban areas will be an on-going driver of the economic transformation that drives Ghana’s economy forward. Recognising this, policies that support better management of urbanisation will have to ensure improved services, transportation, and housing for growing urban populations. 'Should I stay or should I go' is the question that...

    14 Sep 2016 | Marco Ranzani, Vasco Molini, Dan Pavelesku