David Newhouse

March 29, 2006

After returning from Indonesia in 1997, David entered a PhD program at Cornell to study development economics and perform Indonesian pop songs at the annual cultural night. After graduating in 2002, his dissertation on income dynamics in Indonesia (and karaoke skills) inexplicably interested the Federal Trade Commission, where he helped fight mortgage scammers. In 2004, he moved to the International Monetary Fund, to join a small group looking at the effects of macroeconomic policies like fuel subsidies on poor households.  After three enjoyable trips to Africa and one to Bangladesh, he still misses fried tempe and rambutan.  David can often be found playing ultimate frisbee with two former Atma Jaya colleagues in DC -- rumor has it they're practicing for the annual PiA North Asia v. Southeast Asia frisbee match at Orientation. 

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