Andrew S. Nevin

Andrew S. Nevin


Dr. Andrew S. Nevin is an entrepreneur, economist, strategist, and global citizen who serves as a key advocate for the advancement of economies and quality of life. He is a partner, financial services leader, and chief economist with PwC Nigeria. A nation-builder and public intellectual, he serves on the boards of a number of leading NGOs.

He brings 35+ years of experience in a wide variety of roles, including line manager, strategy consultant, investor, economist, entrepreneur, author, and public intellectual. In his working life, he has lived an equal amount of time in Asia, Africa, North America, and Europe, and has valuable experience responding to global crises and shaping the future of financial services.

He is also a leader in the emerging concept of Flourishing, which focuses on shifting public policy from a GDP lens to a broader Flourishing lens. He recently published a book (co-authored with Dr. Elizabeth Neill), Flourishing in Canada: How to Get the Good Life.

Dr. Nevin holds a PhD in economics from Harvard University and an MA in philosophy and politics from Oxford, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. His first degree is in computer science and mathematics from Western University, Canada.

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  • PhD Economics, Harvard University, USA
  • MA, Philosophy and Politics, Oxford University, UK
  • MA, Economics (First Class Honors), Western University, Canada
  • BSc (First Class Honors), Computer Science and Mathematics, Western University, Canada.
Research Interests/Expertise
  • Development Economics
  • Financial Services
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Public Policy and Social Impact
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