Contributor Name: Gracelin Baskaran

Gracelin Baskaran is a nonresident fellow at the Brookings Institution and a consultant in the World Bank’s Macroeconomics, Trade and Investment (MTI) & Finance, Competitiveness and Innovation (FCI) Global Practices. She was also a Senior Research Fellow at the Development Policy Research Unit in the School of Economics at the University of Cape Town.

She was a Fulbright Scholar and holds an MPhil and PhD in Development Economics from the University of Cambridge. Her main professional and academic interests include macro fiscal stability, risk financing, international trade, climate change, natural resources and political economy.

Assessing the Impact of Environmental Policies on South African Trade
Discussion Document 16 South Africa’s economy is highly reliant ...
Gracelin Baskaran
Discussion Document
Gracelin Baskaran on how environmental policies may impact South African trade
One month after COP28, we record our first podcast of 2024. As the ...
Margaux Giannaros, Gracelin Baskaran
Shedding light on AGOA
This week, after much anticipation, the AGOA Forum was hosted in Na...
Gracelin Baskaran, Margaux Giannaros
CVM3 Regional Workshop: South Africa
As a regional partner of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) and Vul...
Theresa Mazarire, Timothy Thomas, Gracelin Baskaran, Brent Cloete, Matthew Simmonds