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Bahman Kashi

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Economist and Program Manager, Cambridge Resources International and Queen's University

Bahman Kashi is a lecturer at Queen’s University and the founder of Limestone Analytics. Before Limestone, he worked for eight years as a consultant in the areas of public investment management, economic analysis of development projects, and evaluation of social programs. He has worked on capacity building and technical advisory projects for USAID, World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, African Development Bank, and the Government of Canada. His professional experience includes projects in Rwanda, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Nigeria, Honduras, El Salvador, Haiti, Malaysia, Canada, United States, Cyprus, and Switzerland.

Bahman is a faculty member in the master's program on Earth and Environment Resources Leadership at Queen's University and has developed training materials for the integration of social and environmental impacts into the conventional cost-benefit analysis. In 2016, he led a team of researchers in the development of a manual on the "integration of gender impacts into cost-benefit analysis" for the USAID. Bahman has a Ph.D. in economics and a master's degree in information systems from Eastern Mediterranean University, and a bachelor's degree in management from the University of Economics & Finance, Tehran.