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'''Pieter P. Bottelier''' is a Dutch [[banker]].
  
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
 
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Pieter Bottelier attended the [[University of Amsterdam]] 1954-62.  Drs degree (MA equivalent) 1962. He was a guest scholar in  [[MIT]] from 1962-63.  He was a Harkness Fellow of the [[Commonwealth Fund]] in New York for study in the US, 1962-64 and a Research associate at the [[Brookings Institution]], Washington, DC from 1963-64.<ref>https://www.wilsoncenter.org/person/pieter-bottelier</ref>
Education: University of Amsterdam 1954-62.  Drs degree (MA equivalent) 1962; MIT 1962-63 – guest scholar.   
 
 
 
Harkness Fellow of the Commonwealth Fund in New York for study in the US, 1962-64.
 
 
 
Research associate at the Brookings Institution. Washington, DC 1963-64.<ref>https://www.wilsoncenter.org/person/pieter-bottelier</ref>
 
  
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
 
 
He was a nonresident scholar in [[Carnegie’s International Economics Program]] and senior adjunct professor of China studies at the the [[Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies]] ([[SAIS]]), ]. His work currently focuses on China’s economic reform and development.
 
He was a nonresident scholar in [[Carnegie’s International Economics Program]] and senior adjunct professor of China studies at the the [[Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies]] ([[SAIS]]), ]. His work currently focuses on China’s economic reform and development.
  
 
He also taught at [[Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government]] (2001–2003) and [[Georgetown University]] (2004).
 
He also taught at [[Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government]] (2001–2003) and [[Georgetown University]] (2004).
  
Bottelier served in several capacities at the [[World Bank]] from 1970 to 1998. During the Asian financial crisis (1997–1998) he was senior adviser to the vice president for East Asia. Other positions included: chief of the World Bank’s resident mission in Beijing (1993–1997); director for Latin America (1987–1992); director for North Africa (1992–1993); division chief for Mexico (1982–1987); resident chief economist in Jakarta, Indonesia (1979–1983); and desk economist for various East and West African countries (1970–1979).<ref>https://carnegieendowment.org/experts/466</ref.
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===World Bank===
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Bottelier worked in several capacities at the [[World Bank]] from 1970 to 1998. During the Asian financial crisis (1997–1998) he was senior adviser to the vice president for East Asia. Other positions included: chief of the World Bank’s resident mission in Beijing (1993–1997); director for Latin America (1987–1992); director for North Africa (1992–1993); division chief for Mexico (1982–1987); resident chief economist in Jakarta, Indonesia (1979–1983); and desk economist for various East and West African countries (1970–1979).<ref>https://carnegieendowment.org/experts/466</ref>.
  
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(banker)
Born1937
NationalityDutch

Pieter P. Bottelier is a Dutch banker.

Background

Pieter Bottelier attended the University of Amsterdam 1954-62. Drs degree (MA equivalent) 1962. He was a guest scholar in MIT from 1962-63. He was a Harkness Fellow of the Commonwealth Fund in New York for study in the US, 1962-64 and a Research associate at the Brookings Institution, Washington, DC from 1963-64.[1]

Career

He was a nonresident scholar in Carnegie’s International Economics Program and senior adjunct professor of China studies at the the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), ]. His work currently focuses on China’s economic reform and development.

He also taught at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government (2001–2003) and Georgetown University (2004).

World Bank

Bottelier worked in several capacities at the World Bank from 1970 to 1998. During the Asian financial crisis (1997–1998) he was senior adviser to the vice president for East Asia. Other positions included: chief of the World Bank’s resident mission in Beijing (1993–1997); director for Latin America (1987–1992); director for North Africa (1992–1993); division chief for Mexico (1982–1987); resident chief economist in Jakarta, Indonesia (1979–1983); and desk economist for various East and West African countries (1970–1979).[2].


 

Event Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)
Bilderberg/199630 May 19962 June 1996Toronto
Canada


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