Angella Faith Montfaucon, a Malawian national, is an economist committed to making a notable contribution to economic policy and research. She is the president of the Indigenous Economics Society of Malawi (IESM), Research fellow at the Southern Africa Institute for Economic research (SAIER) and recently a Junior Research fellow with the Pan-African Scientific Research Council. Angella is in the 2019 cohort of Young Professionals in the Macroeconomics, Trade and Investment global practice at the World Bank. Her work includes working on trade policy, exchange rates as well as working closely with the Ministry of Finance, on expenditure policies. Prior to joining the World Bank, she worked at the Reserve Bank of Malawi as a Fiscal Analyst for nearly five years where her work focused on analysis of the day to day central government operations using transaction-level fiscal data and the interactions with monetary policy. Angella also has private sector banking experience having worked at 2 commercial banks in Malawi and University teaching experience. She has published on financial inclusion, trade integration and exchange rate pass-through and invoice currency choice. She received her Ph.D. in Economics in 2019 from Yokohama National University in Japan, and an MA in Economic Policy Management from University of Zambia. She enjoys writing music, poetry, blogging, singing and exercise junkie.
Angella Faith Montfaucon
Southern Africa Institute for Economic Research