Dr. Swarnim Wagle – Wiki, Biography, Career, Income, Family & More

Jankari Nepal – Dr. Swarnim Wagle – Wiki, Biography, Political Career, Income, Family & More

Swarnim Wagle

Swarnim Wagle (स्वर्णिम वाग्ले) is Nepalese Politician & Economist and Chair of the Institute for Integrated Development Studies (IIDS), a South Asian policy think-tank established in Kathmandu in 1979. He is the former Chief Economic Advisor at the UNDP Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific (RBAP) in New York covering 36 countries. Between 2014 and 2018, Dr. Wagle served the National Planning Commission (NPC) in the Government of Nepal for three intermittent years, first as Member and then as Vice-Chair. He was born in Gorkha, Nepal.

Swarnim Wagle was in the Nepali Congress Party of Nepal for a long time now he has changed and is in the Rastriya Swatantra Party of Nepal. He is a member of Federal Parliament’s House of Representatives in Nepal since April 2023, having been elected from a by-election in the seat of Tanahun 1.

Dr. Swarnim Wagle – Bio, Age, Party, Income, Family and more:

Full Name Swarnim Wagle
Name in नेपाली स्वर्णिम वाग्ले
Address Bungkot, Gorkha, Nepal
Father’s Name N/A
Mother’s Name N/A
Date of Birth 1975
Height 5.8″
Marital Status Married
Wife N/A
Birthplace Gorkha, Nepal
Now live in Nepal
Children’s N/A
Nationality Nepalese
Higher studies N/A
Favorite Place N/A
Favorite Food N/A
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Hubby Reading & Writing
Profession Economist/Politician
Famous Through
As an economist
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Educations:
Swarnim Wagle holds a doctorate in economics from the Australian National University, Master’s in International Development (MPA/ID) from Harvard University, and BSc (Econ) from the London School of Economics.

Working Experience:
Swarnim Wagle has worked as an international development professional for more than 20 years, including as Senior Economist at The World Bank in Washington, DC and UNDP in New York, Hanoi and Colombo. Widely published, he co-edited The Great Upheaval (Cambridge University Press, 2022) and co-authored the global Human Development Report (2013) titled The Rise of the South. From 2002 to 2007, he co-led the UNDP Asia Trade Initiative.

Swarnim Wagle sits on the Senate of Kathmandu University and advises several non-profit organizations. He is an eminent member of the World Bank’s South Asia Championing and Visioning Process. Having undertaken short-term assignments at the Asian Development Bank (Manila) and the International Trade Center (Geneva), he also served as South Asia editor of Harvard Asia Quarterly in 1999-2000.

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