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Karen Muramatsu

Brazil / Japan

Karen Muramatsu is a consultant with the Global Trade and Regional Integration Unit of the World Bank Group. Her research focuses on analyzing the dynamics of international trade and its interactions with global issues. Her areas of interest include the role of services trade and services policies on economic development and supporting greater participation of developing countries in the global trading system. Her areas of work include services trade, digital trade, and trade in health services.

Karen holds a MA in International Economics and International Relations with specializations in Development Economics, International Law, Emerging Markets, and Latin American Studies from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and is working towards an advanced certificate in applied trade policy modeling from the World Trade Institute.

On her free time, Karen loves learning about new languages and culltures, being a social entrepreneur, and going on hiking adventures around the world.

Karen Muramatsu
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