Matus Samel

Manager, Policy and insights , Economist Impact

Matus is a manager on the Policy & Insights team at Economist Impact, based in London. He oversees the execution of projects focused on economic development, sustainable growth, and international trade. Matus has delivered programmes for a number of international clients, including the UN International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), USAID, UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Swiss Agency for Development and Co-operation (SDC), UNICEF, Global Water Partnership (GWP), and many others. Prior to joining the EIU, Matus worked on energy policy, sustainable development, and international trade projects at UNESCAP, Chatham House and Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center. He holds a Master's degree in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where he specialised in economic development, energy policy and international trade and competitiveness.

Recent contributions

Economic Development
Economic Development

Creative Industries: Trade challenges and opportunities post pandemic

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Economic Development
Economic Development

Financial and Professional Services: Trade challenges and opportunities post pandemic

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Economic Development
Economic Development

Digital Technology: Trade challenges and opportunities post pandemic

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Economic Development
Economic Development

Education: Trade challenges and opportunities post pandemic

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Economic Development
Economic Development

Agriculture, Food and Beverages: Trade challenges and opportunities post pandemic

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Economic Development
Economic Development

Clean Growth: Trade challenges and opportunities post pandemic

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Sustainability
Sustainability

Charts | Climate and conflict

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Sustainability
Sustainability

Infographic | Climate and conflict

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Sustainability
Sustainability

Video | Climate and conflict

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