Andrew Kilpatrick

Andrew Kilpatrick is a consultant to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and World Bank Group. Until 2018, he was executive counsellor to the Chief Economist at the EBRD and Director for Project and Sector Assessment in the Economics and Policy Group from 2008. He served on many of the Bank’s key committees during ten years at the EBRD, and in particular was responsible throughout this time for providing advice to the EBRD’s Operations Committee and Board of Directors relating to the transition of the Bank’s countries of operations towards sustainable market economies.
Prior to joining the EBRD, Andrew was a senior official at the UK’s HM Treasury. In that capacity he held several high profile positions, including heading the Group charged with tackling Financial Crime, Head of Global Economics, Head of Fiscal and Macroeconomic Policy and Deputy Press Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Andrew Kilpatrick is the author of a number of academic publications and was an Advisory Board member of the Centre for Business Research at the Judge Business School. A former research fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and research scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, Andrew holds degrees in economics from Cambridge University.

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After the Berlin Wall, A History of the EBRD, volume 1
Author: 
Andrew Kilpatrick
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978-963-386-384-8
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978-963-386-385-5
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book cover for Transforming Markets
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Andrew Kilpatrick
Anthony Williams
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978-963-386-411-1
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978-963-386-412-8
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