Vesselina Stefanova Ratcheva

Insights Lead, Centre for the New Economy and Society, World Economic Forum

Researcher and analyst: PhD in Social Anthropology and MSc in Comparative and Cross Cultural Research Methods, Sussex University; BA in Social Anthropology and Maths, Cambridge University. Data-driven researcher and analyst working to provide timely insights and practical recommendations to industry and policy leaders on frontier topics. Dedicated to exploring the best ways to ensure more just social, political and economic systems with a specific focus on skills, work, identity (gender, ethnic) and culture. Role at the World Economic Forum’s Centre for the New Economy and Society is focused on leading efforts to find practical approaches to using big data to uncover the new metrics of socio-economic systems – a remit that has included management of the Forum’s Global Future Council on New Metrics as well as on Equality and Inclusion.

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