Adam Collins

| Research Fellow

International Macroeconomics; Trade; Monetary Policy; International Political Economy
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Adam joined LKI in November 2017, through the Overseas Development Institute Fellowship Scheme.

Adam holds an MSc in Economics from Birkbeck College, University of London, with distinction. He obtained his undergraduate degree, also in Economics, from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, with first class honours.

Prior to coming to LKI, Adam worked as an economist for Capital Economics in London where he covered Latin America’s major economies. He has also worked for Roubini Global Economics and NKC African Economics covering Sub-Saharan Africa. His research interests include international macroeconomics, trade, and monetary policy, particularly in relation to developing economies.

Recent Blogs

Should Sri Lanka Stick with the IMF?
After Indo-Pak Tensions, Sri Lanka Should Look to the Bay of Bengal
The International Monetary Fund and Sri Lanka
The Future of Globalisation in Sri Lanka
Four Risks to the Global Economy for Sri Lanka to Watch in 2018
Why Sri Lanka Must Support the WTO at its Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires