Moses is an International Trade and Development Professional with over 5 years’ cumulative experience supporting the management and implementation of trade-related research and economic development projects in emerging markets.
He has worked on trade-related technical assistance (TA) projects commissioned by organizations including the European Union / Commission, the Commonwealth Secretariat, UNDP, the African Union, DFID, and various governments and think tanks in Africa and Europe. His areas of expertise include advanced research on international political economy, international investment, political risk analysis, trade and development, governance, regional integration including the African continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), policy and regulatory frameworks, market intelligence, Africa’s international relations, and EU – Africa / ACP trade. He periodically writes and blogs on African business, trade, and investment.
Moses obtained a MA in International Relations from the University of Cape Town, a Bachelor of Science (with honours) Political Science from the University of Mauritius and was a Graduate Exchange Student at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he studied Economics, Negotiations, and Global Health. He is a Mandela Rhodes Scholar (2017), Dalai Lama Fellow (2019), and a Mauritius Africa Scholar (2013).