Rabah Ghezali is a contributing writer to the Huffington Post, CNN, E!Sharp and other media. He is also Associate Professor of economics at Sciences-Po Paris and Fellow of the Center for Analysis and Proposals for Middle East and North-Africa (CapMENA). He has studied law economics and international relations at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, the University of Oxford and at the University of Cambridge where he held both the Entente Cordiale and the Knox scholarship. He also holds the Agrégation de l’Université in economics. Rabah currently works in the financial sector where he specializes in government affairs and public advocacy. Prior to that, Rabah was civil servant before working as an attorney specialized in international dispute settlement as well as financial and banking laws. He has worked as Lecturer in French at the Ohio State University. Rabah is a founding member of the Transatlantic Network 2020 that aims to bring fresh and innovative perspectives on the transatlantic relation by connecting rising North American and European leaders of tomorrow. He has been named Young Atlanticist by the Atlantic Council. Rabah is a regular speaker at a range of international conferences. Rabah is French born of Algerian parents and he is currently living in Brussels.
Sector: Private Sector
Main Pillar: Politics, Diplomacy and Global Economy
Areas of Expertise: International Development
Country of Origin: France
City of Residency: Paris, France