creativity, synthesis, and a propensity towards application into her
projects. In her most recent research on
the relationship between countries' capital endowments and the capital
intensity of their industrial structures, she found that higher
"structural coherence" is crucial to a country's economic growth.
Natasha has worked in different policy institutions including the World Bank
and the US
Senate. She received her PhD in Economics from Georgetown University in Washington DC, and bachelor degrees in Economics, Applied
Mathematics and English Literature from Peking
University in Beijing.
In her leisure time, Natasha likes yoga, hiking, meditation, road trips, and writing.