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Sherillyn Raga

Senior Research Officer

International Economic Development Group

Portrait of Sherillyn Raga

Sherillyn previously worked with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas where she prepared the central bank’s policy positions on issues related to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) financial integration, bilateral cooperation and regional capacity-building initiatives. Sherillyn was also a Research Associate at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) where she contributed to macroeconomic surveillance reports and working papers on the evolution of monetary policy and global spillovers, and became a team member of the IMF Article IV Mission to Palau.

She also worked with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Papua New Guinea where she provided an analysis of the inflationary impact of the exchange rate policy and preliminary assessment of selected ADB projects.

Sherillyn obtained her economics degree from the University of the Philippines and her MSc in economics for development degree at Oxford University.

  1. Impact assessment for market-building interventions in capital markets: Review, critiques and improvements

    Working papers

  2. Capital market development in sub- Saharan Africa: Progress, challenges and innovations

    Working papers

  3. Impact of pan-African banks on financial development in sub-Saharan Africa

    Research reports

  4. Sub-Saharan Africa’s interbank markets: progress, barriers and policy implications

    Research reports

  5. Ag‑platforms as disruptors in value-chains: evidence from Uganda

    Research reports

  6. Four lessons from Zambia’s emerging debt default

  7. Financing the coronavirus response in sub-Saharan Africa

    Working papers

  8. Comment Available: the continued impact of Covid-19

    Press Release

  9. Time to level up: international donor responses to the coronavirus

  10. Coronavirus outbreak to have far-reaching economic impact across Asia and Africa

    Press Release

  11. Economic vulnerabilities to the coronavirus: top countries at risk

  12. Africa and the United Kingdom: challenges and opportunities to expand UK investments

    Research reports

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