Kazim Saeed has been working as a public policy expert in developing countries for over twenty years. He has worked for the World Bank serving in advisory roles in the energy sector for China, Pakistan, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Besides working with the Government of Pakistan on growth in agriculture, he has also advised the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, USAID, UN Food & Agriculture Organization, etc. His recently published book Dou Pakistan (Urdu) presents a comprehensive strategy for delivering prosperity to every Pakistani household. Kazim Saeed grew up in a family of intellectuals and poets. After completing his school education in Karachi, he received bachelor’s degrees in engineering, history, and philosophy of science from Cornell University, USA, and received a master’s degree in public policy from Princeton University, USA.