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Guest on The Infra Blog: Thierry Geiger, Economist & Associate Director, Centre for Global Competitiveness and Performance

Posted by Steve Anderson on Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

geigerThierry Geiger is Economist and Associate Director with the Centre for Global Competitiveness and Performance and an alumnus of the Global Leadership Fellow Programme at the World Economic Forum. His responsibilities include the development and computation of a wide range of composite indicators as well as analysis for regional and topical projects. His areas of expertise are benchmarking, applied economics, data visualization, and international trade, while his geographical focus is Asia.

He is a co-author of The Global Competitiveness Report, The Global Information Technology Report, and The Global Enabling Trade Report. He is the lead author of the recently released Indonesia Competitiveness Report 2011. A Swiss national, Mr Geiger holds a BA in Economics from the University of Geneva with a specialization in monetary and financial economics, and an MA in Economics from the University of British Columbia. Prior to joining the Forum, he worked for the World Trade Organization and Caterpillar Inc. He is Co-Founder of Procab Studio, a Geneva-based IT company.

Thierry Geiger:

U.S. rank in the Global Competitive Report

Implications of the decline

Is the U.S. declining in other areas as well?

U.S. Competitiveness

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