Walker Kosmidou-Bradley

Walker Kosmidou-Bradley is a Geographer in the World Bank’s Poverty and Inequality Global Practice.  He covers issues related to poverty, inequality, and displacement in Afghanistan, and remote sensing worldwide.  His research interests involve spectral and textural analysis in the development context, as well as the interplay between spatially disaggregated welfare indicators.  He holds a Master’s degree in International Economics and Strategic Studies from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.