Mustapha Kamel Nabli
|Mustapha Kamel Nabli|
|مصطفى كمال النابلي|
|Governor of the Central Bank of Tunisia|
17 January 2011 – 18 July 2012
|Preceded by||Taoufik Baccar|
|Succeeded by||Chedly Ayari|
10 February 1948 |
Born on February 10, 1948 in Téboulba, Tunisia, Nabli studied Economics in Tunisia, where he received the Prize of the President of the Republic in June 1969 for his Bachelor in Economics. He received his Master's degree and a PhD in Economics at the University of California, Los Angeles. He also holds a degree from Tunis Ecole Nationale d’ Administration (ENA).
Professor of Economics, Faculté de Droit et des Sciences Politiques et Economiques de Tunis; visiting professor, various universities in Canada, US, Belgium and France; international consultant. 1988-90, Chairman, Tunis Stock Exchange. 1990-95, Minister of Economic Development and Minister of Planning and Regional Development of Tunisia; concurrently, 1994-1996: member of U.N. Secretary General High Level Group on “Development Strategy and Management of the Market Economy”. Economics Expert for the EU and the League of Arab Nations. With World Bank: 1997, Senior Economic Adviser, Development Prospects, Development Economics; 1999-2010, Regional Chief Economist and Director, Social and Economic Development Group, Middle East and North Africa; 2010 - Jan. 2011, Senior Adviser to the World Bank Chief Economist. Jan. 2011 - July 2012, Governor of the Central Bank of Tunisia.
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