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    Maxwell Stamp is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading development consultancies, established in1959. With experience in over 100 countries, Maxwell Stamp has developed a reputation for successful programme implementation across a wide range of developme[...]
    Date Posted: 21 Oct 2014
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  • Maxwell Stamp is one of the world's leading international economics consultancies. Established in 1959, we have over 50 years of experience in over 165 countries and territories. Our track record in transition and developing countries is unparalleled from Albania to Zambia.
    We are London based, but have a permanent office in Bangladesh and project offices around the world. Our wide range of clients includes national and regional governments, international organisations, NGOs and public and private sector companies.

    All our clients have their own specific requirements, priorities and ways of interacting with professional advisers. We pride ourselves on our flexibility and our ability to be accommodating and responsive without compromising the quality and depth of the service we provide.

    Explore our site, using the menu bar above, to see details of our wide-ranging areas of technical competence; view our interactive global experience map; and to discover what it's like to work for us. You can also view current employment opportunities and register your details and CV using our online database.

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