Dr. Amir U. Khan
Deputy Director, Gates Foundation
Education

Ph.D., Jamia Millia Central University, Delhi

PGDM (International Business), Institute of Rural Management, Anand (IRMA)

B.E. (Electronics & Comm.), Osmania University

Professional Experience

India Development Foundation, 2003-2009

Executive Director and Editor, Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1999-2002

Deputy Secretary General, PHD Chamber of Commerce, 1996

Academic Head, Indian School and Finance Management, June 1997-Sept. 1999

Research Associate, Project – Legal Adjustment and Reforms for Globalizing the Economy (LARGE), a project of Ministry of Finance, Govt. Of India, February 1994 – March 1998

Indian Civil Services, Probationary Officer, 1993-1994

Research Director and Dean, Bangalore Management Academy, since 1990

Other Information

Amir Ullah Khan is a Development Economist. He is Reserach Director at Aequitas and advisor to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He  graduated from the Institute of Rural Management in Anand and has a PhD from the Jamia Milia Central University. Amir teaches a course on Indian Economic Policy at the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad and another on International Buiness at Infinity Business School. He is on the   Governing boards at the Welhams Girls School, the Digital Empowerment Foundation, Pahle India Foundation, EandH Foundation, ACCESS ASSIST and the India China Economic Council. He has been Director at the India Development Foundation, Deputy Director General at the PHD Chamber of Commerce, Adjunct Professor of Law and Economics at the Edith Cowan University in Perth and Executive Editor at Encyclopaedia Britannica.