James Alic Garang
Education University of Massachusetts-Amherst, PhD, Economics
James Alic Garang is a co-founder and scholar at The Sudd Institute. His areas of interest include macroeconomics, banking/financial inclusion and development economics.
James has in the past participated in host of academic and professional undertakings, including internships at the African Development in Tunisia, as a lead evaluator on the Banking Sector during the “Comprehensive Evaluation of the Government of South Sudan, 2006-2010”, and board member serving on a number of charitable organizations.
A McNair Scholar, and member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the international honor society in the field of economics, James holds a Bachelor of Science (with honors) in economics from the University of Utah. James holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
James is a Senior Economist with a sister policy institute, the Ebony Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS).