Raymond Mallon

Raymond has more than two decades of experience working on development and regulatory reform issues in Asia and the Pacific. Following meat industry and resource industry consulting experience in Australia and Asia, he worked as an Economist (Mekong Subregion) at ADB in Manila (1988-91), as Senior Economist for UNDP-Hanoi (1991-93), and as a World Bank Senior Advisor (1993-95) at Viet Nam’s (former) State Planning Committee. He has been based in Hanoi as a freelance economist since 1995.

He has undertaken assignments in Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, South Pacific, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. Raymond regularly works with multilateral (ADB, UN and World Bank) and government agencies, and private clients looking at issues such as:

  • policy analysis, strategic planning and evaluation
  • economic growth and rural-urban development
  • regional economic cooperation and development
  • trade and investment policy
  • transition economies
  • private sector development, regulatory reform, trade policy and business climate issues
  • project/program planning and management.
Raymond Mallon

More details and links to applied research are available at www.raymondmallon.com. Raymond is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) and the American Economic Association.