Tarek Ghani, PhD

Human Development, Multinational Extractive Companies, Political Risk and Conflict

Tarek Ghani is an assistant professor of strategy in the Olin Business School and a nonresident fellow at the Brookings Institution. He is studying how multinational companies respond to political risk and conflict in northern and sub-Saharan Africa. The work is in partnership with the International Crisis Group.

Location

Sierra Leone

Goals & Impact

Provide African policymakers and business executives with practical insights and analytical frameworks to navigate common pitfalls.