Mako, William P

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Contact Information
• Office: Room 216, International Studies Building
• Phone: 031-201-2332
• E-mail: makowp@gmail.com
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Education
• Yale University, School of Management, Master’s in Public and Private Management, 1983. Concentration in finance and accounting.
• Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service, B.S. in Foreign Service, 1977. Major, international politics.
 
Professional Experience
• World Bank, 1997 to present
• Price Waterhouse, 1983 to 1997
• Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Inc., Summer 1982
• Brookings Institution, 1977 to 1981
 
Selected Publications
• Co-author, Promoting Enterprise-Led Innovation in China, (World Bank, 2009).

• Co-author, “Why is China so Different from Other Transition Economies?” in Privatization in Transition Economies: the Ongoing Story, (Elsevier, 2008).

• Author, “China’s Investment Climate: City by City,” in China Business Review, September-October 2007. • Author, China: Governance, Investment Climate, and Harmonious Society: Competitiveness Enhancements for 120 Cities in China, Report No. 37759 – CN, (World Bank, 2006).

• Author, “Emerging Market and Crisis Applications for Out-of-Court Workouts: Lessons from East Asia, 1998 – 2001, in Corporate Restructuring: Lessons from Experience, (World Bank, 2005).

• Author, “Corporate Restructuring and Reform: Lessons from Korea,” in Korea Crisis and Recovery, (International Monetary Fund & Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2002).

• Author, “Corporate Restructuring in East Asia: Promoting Best Practices,” in Finance and Development, International Monetary Fund, March 2001.