John D. Shilling

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John D. Shilling, "is retired from the World Bank, where for 27 years he held various senior positions. He headed the Bank’s efforts in sustainable development, laid basis for a new Environment Strategy and a World Development Report on sustainable development. He worked extensively in economic analysis and policy assessments in macroeconomics, environmental sustainability, capital flows and financial markets, and risk assessment, especially in North Africa and Asia. More recently, Dr. Shilling consults with NGOs on environmental economics and serves on the Boards of the Kenan-Flagler Business School Sustainable Enterprise Program (UNC), and The Mountain Institute. Dr Shilling holds a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT, and an A.B. in Philosophy and Economics from Stanford University." [1]

He is married to Jane Pratt.

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  1. John D. Shilling, Millennium Institute, accessed July 16, 2007.