Global Productivity: Trends, Drivers, and Policies. -Edited by Alistair Dieppe. Washington, DC: World Bank.2021

About The Book:

The World Bank has created an extraordinary book on productivity, covering a large group of countries and using a wide variety of data sources. There is an emphasis on emerging and developing economies, whereas the prior literature has concentrated on developed economies. The book seeks to understand growth patterns and quantify the role of (among other things) the reallocation of factors, technological change, and the impact of natural disasters, including the COVID-19 pandemic.

This book is a must-read for specialists in emerging economies, but also provides deep insights for anyone interested in economic growth and productivity.

About The Authors:

Alistair Dieppe, Lead Economist, World Bank

International macroeconomist who has extensive experience, over 20 years, of monitoring, forecasting, and analyzing the global economy as well as advanced and emerging market economies.

His expertise includes state-of-the-art econometric techniques, particularly Bayesian time series and macro-modelling.

During 2018-2020 he was a Lead Economist in the World Bank’s Prospects Group.


  • Neville Francis, Professor of Economics, University of North Carolina Atsushi Kawamoto, Senior Economist, World Bank
  •  Sinem Kilic Celik, Economist, World Bank
  • Gene Kindberg-Hanlon, Economist, World Bank
  • Hideaki Matsuoka, Economist, World Bank
  • Yoki Okawa, Economist, World Bank
  • Cedric Okou, Economist, World Bank
  • Rudi Steinbach, Senior Economist, World Bank
  • Temel Taskin, Economist, World Bank
  • Jonathan Temple, Freelance Economist
  •  Ekaterina T. Vashakmadze, Senior Economist, World Bank
  • Dana Vorisek, Senior Economist, World Bank
  • Collette Mari Wheeler, Economist, World Bank
  •  Lei Sandy Ye, Economist, World Bank

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