Title: Regional Knowledge & Learning Coordinator
Bio: Omer Karasapan is the Middle East and North Africa Region's Knowledge and Learning Coordinator. Previously he was the Knowledge Coordinator for the PREM Network and has also worked in the World Bank's Private Sector Development Department, as well as in the Private Participation in Infrastructure Division. Prior to joining the World Bank in 1989, he worked for Human Rights Watch as a consultant and also taught at the New York University.
- Social Networks and cell phones in the aftermath of the Arab revolutions
- Winning voices from the Arab Revolutions
- How competitive is the Arab world?
- Tough times to be job-hunting...just not everywhere
- A Gallup Poll on Arab men and women and rights, religion, and rebuilding
- The Arab World and some winning novels in 2012
- The Arab World in 2030
- It's about governance, friends
- Tourism: For those looking for shovel ready projects
- Do we need a MENA Regional Development Bank?
- Can the Arab Spring spur regional integration?
- Metrics for success in the post-Arab Spring era
- Davos and the new Arab discourse
- The post-Arab Spring Islamists and Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party