Tariq Khan

Economist

Tariq Khan is an Economist at Tourism Economics and Oxford Economics with nearly a decade of professional experience in the economics industry. His current responsibilities entail macroeconomic and economic impact analysis of numerous destinations and the lodging industry. He also oversees the Canadian component of the Events Impact Calculator. 

Tariq joined Tourism Economics in 2021 from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) where he worked as an Analyst covering the tourism-dependent Caribbean region. He was also a country desk economist for Anguilla and The Bahamas and participated in high-level consultation missions with government officials in the region. Before that, he worked at the Institute of International Finance (IIF) as a Macroeconomic Analyst covering advanced and emerging markets. He also had a brief stint at the World Bank as a Consultant.  

Tariq obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s in International Economics and Finance from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada, and Johns Hopkins University – School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C., respectively.