he World Bank’s chief economist Paul Romer has resigned from his role after less than two years in the job, according to a memo seen by The Telegraph. Mr Romer, who made his reputation in the 1980s with his study of economic growth and coined the phrase “a crisis is a terrible thing to waste”, is returning to his position as university professor at New York University.
Name: Paul Romer
Continent: North America
Company: World Bank
Position: Chief Economist
Announcement Date: January 23, 2018, 11:00pm
Resignation Date: January 23, 2018, 11:00pm