Frank Muci is a Policy Fellow at the Growth Lab Research Collaboration at LSE. He is an international economic development practitioner with experience advising governments in Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe on growth policy, economic diversification and public financial management.
In the five years prior to his appointment at LSE, Frank was at the Growth Lab at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where he engaged on a number of applied research country projects. After working on Albania (from Tirana), he took part in applied research projects for Venezuela, Jordan, El Salvador, Loreto (state in Perú), Namibia, and Honduras. In 2019 and 2020, he was the teaching fellow for 'Why are Countries Poor, Volatile and Unequal?', a capstone economics and policy course at the Harvard Kennedy School by Prof. Ricardo Hausmann.
Frank holds a M.A. in Public Administration in International Development (MPA/ID) from the Harvard Kennedy School and a B.A. in Physics and Philosophy from Brown University.