2021-2022 Highlights

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Eddy Malesky leads research on improving governance using digital technologies

Maureen Moriarty-Lempke publishes new tool to improve conflict sensitivity in land governance

Maureen Moriarty-Lempke publishes new tool to improve conflict sensitivity in land governance

Publications

  • An, G., Becker, C. and Cheng, E. (2021) “Bubbling Away: Forecasting Real Estate Prices, Rents, and Bubbles in a Transition Economy,” Comparative Economic Studies, 2021
  • An, Galina, Charles Becker, and Enoch Cheng (2021) “Housing Price Appreciation and Economic Integration in a Transition Economy: Evidence from Kazakhstan,” Journal of Housing Economics, 2021.
  • Bensch, G.; M. Jeuland; J. Peters (2021). “Efficient biomass cooking in Africa for climate change mitigation and development.” One Earth 4(6): 879-890.
  • Bermeo, Sarah Blodgett. 2021. “Foreign Aid,” in Oxford Handbook of International Political Economy, Jon Pevehouse and Leonard Seabrooke, eds. (online advance publication):
  • Buciuni, Giulio, Jacopo Canello and Gary Gereffi (2022). “Microfoundations of Global Value Chain Research: Big Decisions by Small Firms.” Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, vol. 54, no. 6, 2022, pp. 1086–1111., https://doi.org/10.1177/0308518×221099025.
  • Calder, R.; C. Grady; M. Jeuland; C. Kirchhoff; R. Hale; R. Muenich (2021). “COVID-19 reveals vulnerability of the food-energy-water nexus to viral pandemics.” Environmental Science & Technology Letters 8(8): 606-615.
  • Canello, Jacopo, Giulio Buciuni and Gary Gereffi (2022). “Reshoring by Small Firms: Dual Sourcing Strategies and Local Subcontracting in Value Chains.” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, vol. 15, no. 2, 2022, pp. 237–259., https://doi.org/10.1093/cjres/rsac015.
  • Chapman, Terrence L., Nathan M. Jensen, Edmund J. Malesky, and Scott Wolford. (2021) “‘Leakage’ in International Regulatory Regimes: Did the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention Increase Bribery?,” Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 16: No. 4, pp 387-427. dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00019193 (download)
  • Crichlow, Michaeline A, and Dirk Philipsen (2021).“Introduction: Moral and Market Disordering in the Time of Covid-19.” Cultural Dynamics, vol. 33, no. 3, 2021, pp. 145–161., https://doi.org/10.1177/09213740211014304.
  • Darwish, Siad, Maureen Moriarty-Lempke and Ruth Allen. Forthcoming. Conflict Sensitivity in the Anthropocene: Centring Do No Harm in Socio-Natural Systems Thinking (CDIP-2022-0264). Development in Practice.
  • Das, I.; J.J. Lewis; R. Ludolph; M. Bertram; H. Adair-Rohani; M. Jeuland (2021). “The benefits of action to reduce household air pollution (BAR-HAP) model: A new decision support tool for energy and health sector decision-makers.” PLoS One 16(1): e0245729.
  • Do Thi Thanh Huyen, Malesky, Edmund, Paul Schuler. (2021) United Nations Development Program, Hanoi, Vietnam. PAPI 2020 The Viet Nam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index Measuring Citizens’ Experiences, United Nations Development Program, Hanoi, Vietnam.
  • El Taraboulsi-McCarthy, S., George, R., Sandhar, J. and Stockman, A.S[MG1] . (2021) “Protection and Peace in Conflict Affected Contexts: Understanding the Intersections.” Overseas Development Institute and Interpeace. https://odi.org/en/publications/protection-and-peace-in-conflict-affected-contexts-understanding-the-intersections/
  • Gereffi, Gary, Anne Caroline Posthuma and Arianna Rossi (2021). “Introduction: Disruptions in Global Value Chains – Continuity or Change for Labour Governance?” International Labour Review, vol. 160, no. 4, 2021, pp. 501–517., https://doi.org/10.1111/ilr.12333.
  • Gereffi, Gary, et al (2022). “Resilience Decoded: The Role of Firms, Global Value Chains, and the State in COVID-19 Medical Supplies.” California Management Review, vol. 64, no. 2, 2022, pp. 46–70., https://doi.org/10.1177/00081256211069420.
  • Gereffi, Gary, et al (2021). “Introduction: Disruptions in Global Value Chains – Continuity or Change for Labour Governance?” International Labour Review, vol. 160, no. 4, 2021, pp. 501–517., https://doi.org/10.1111/ilr.12333.
  • Gereffi, Gary, et al (2021). “Trade Policies, Firm Strategies, and Adaptive Reconfigurations of Global Value Chains.” Journal of International Business Policy, vol. 4, no. 4, 2021, pp. 506–522., https://doi.org/10.1057/s42214-021-00102-z.
  • Gyulumyan, G., (2022) “Taxation of the Mining Sector in Kyrgyzstan”, a study conducted in collaboration in April 2022 with the World Bank.
  • Godebo, T.; M. Jeuland; C. Paul; D. Legesse; P. McCornick (2021). “Water quality threats, perceptions of climate change and behavioral responses among farmers in the Ethiopian Rift Valley.” Climate 9(6): 92.
  • Hasan, Syed M.; Agha Ali Akram; M. Jeuland (2021). “”Awareness of coping costs and willingness to pay for urban drinking water service: Evidence from Lahore, Pakistan.” Utilities Policy 71: 101246.
  • Honeyman, C., (2021) “Workforce Skills Curriculum Development in Context: Case Studies in Rwanda, Algeria, and the Philippines”, Life Skills Education for Youth: Critical Perspectives, edited by Erin Murphy-Graham and Joan DeJaeghere. 2021. Springer.
  • Jeannie Sowers and Erika Weinthal. 2021. “Health and Environmental Tolls of Protracted Conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa.” Current History, December: 339-45.
  • Jimenez Rodriguez, D., George, R., Harper, C[MG1] (2021) “Mobilising for Change: How Women’s Social Movements are Transforming Gender Norms.” ODI/ALIGN. https://www.alignplatform.org/resources/report-mobilising-for-change
  • Jennifer Hoponick Redmon, Donna Womack, Andrew Kondash, Elisabetta Lambertini, Ted Lillys, Laura Feinstein, Luis Cabrales, Erika Weinthal, Avner Vengosh. 2021. “Is food irrigated with oilfield produced water in the California Central Valley safe to eat? A probabilistic human health risk assessment evaluating trace metals exposure. Risk Analysis 41(8): 1463-77.
  • Jeuland, M.; M. McClatchey; S. Patil; S.K. Pattanayak; C. Poulos; J.C. Yang (2021). “Do decentralized community treatment plants provide better water? Evidence from Andhra Pradesh.” Land Economics 97(2): 345-371.
  • Jeuland, M.; M. Moffa; A. Al-Farra (2021). “The contribution of a major urban infrastructure improvement project to reducing water deficits in Jordan.” International Journal of Water Resources Development 37(6): 976-995.
  • Jeuland, M.; O. Ndiaye; F. Usmani (2021). “The more choice, the better? Evidence from experimental auctions in rural Senegal.” Economics Letters 206: 109969.
  • Jeuland, M. (2021). “Review of the State of the Art in Analysis of the Economics of Water Resources Infrastructure.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Environmental Science. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/ 9780199389414.013.665.
  • Kalfagianni, Agni, Dirk Philipsen, et al (2021). “Beyond GDP – The Economics of Wellbeing.” Routledge Handbook of Global Sustainability Governance, Routledge, Taylor Et Francis Group, London ; New York, 2021.
  • Krishnapriya, P.P.; M. Chandrasekaran; M. Jeuland; S.K. Pattanayak (2021). “Do improved cookstoves save time and improve gender outcomes? Evidence from six developing countries.” Energy Economics 102: 105456.
  • Lee, J., Gereffi, G. (2021). “Innovation, Upgrading, and Governance in Cross-Sectoral Global Value Chains: The Case of Smartphones” Industrial and Corporate Change, 30, 1: 215-231, https://doi.org/10.1093/icc/dtaa062.
  • Lin, Y.; Xiangtian Wang; L. Lenz; O. Ndiaye; J. Qin; Xiaoli Wang; H. Huang; M. Jeuland & J. Zhang (2021). “Malondialdehyde in Dried Blood Spots: A Biomarker of Systemic Lipid Peroxidation Linked to Cardiopulmonary Symptoms and Risk Factors.” Journal of Thoracic Disease 13(6): 3731-3740.
  • Lin, Y.; Xiangtian Wang; L. Lenz; O. Ndiaye; J. Qin; Xiaoli Wang; H. Huang; M. Jeuland & J. Zhang (2021). “Dried Blood Spot Biomarkers of Oxidative Stress and Inflammation Associated with Blood Pressure in Rural Senegalese Women with Incident Hypertension.” Antioxidants 10(12).
  • Malesky, Edmund, Dean Dulay, and Ville Peltovouri. 2021. The Myanmar Business Environment Index: Measuring Economic Governance for Private Sector Development. DANA Facility and The Asia Foundation: Yangon, MY.
  • “Malesky, Edmund and Pham Ngoc Thach, 2022., 2021 Final Report, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and United States Agency for International Development: Hanoi, Vietnam.” The Vietnam Provincial Competitiveness Index: Measuring Economic Governance for Private Sector Development.
  • Malesky, Edmund. (Forthcoming). “Decentralization and Economic Development” in Handbook of Vietnamese Studies, eds. Jonathan London, RoutledgeCourzon.
  • Malesky, Edmund J., Helen V. Milner (2021). “Fostering global value chains through international agreements: Evidence from Vietnam,” Economics & Politics Vol. 33, No. 3, 443-482.
  • Malesky, Edmund J., Layna Mosley (2021). “Labor Upgrading and Export Market Opportunities: Evidence from Vietnam,” Economics & Politics Vol. 33, No. 3, 483-513.
  • Malesky, Edmund J. (2021). “Enhancing the Literature on Authoritarian Regimes through Detailed Comparisons of China and Vietnam,” Problems of Postcommunism. Vol. 68, No. 3, 163-170.
  • Malesky, Edmund J., Jason Douglas Todd. (Forthcoming) “Experimentally Estimating Safety in Numbers in a Single-Party Legislature.” The Journal of Politics
  • Marwa Daoudy, Jeannie Sowers, and Erika Weinthal. 2022. “What is Climate Security? Framing Risks around Water, Food and Migration in the Middle East and North Africa.”” WIREs Water.
  • Meles, T.H.; A. Mekonnen; A.D. Beyene; S. Hassen; S.K. Pattanayak; S. Sebsibie; T. Klug; M. Jeuland (2021). “Households’ valuation of power outages in major cities of Ethiopia: An application of stated preference methods.” Energy Economics 102: 105527.
  • Moriarty-Lempke, M., Graham, J., Rose, I., Sanjak, J., Allen, R., (2022). Conflict Sensitivity in Land Governance: The Do No Harm Framework and Other Tools for Practitioners of Land Activities. Cambridge, MA: CDA Collaborative Learning Projects. https://www.cdacollaborative.org/
  • Morgan, S.; J. Baker; J. Orgill-Meyer; M. Jeuland (2021). “Valuing water quality with adaptation: Evidence from a natural experiment in Jordan.” Water Economics and Policy 7(1): 2150003.
  • Nyachoti, S.; T.R. Godebo; O.F. Okwori; M. Jeuland; H. Manthrithilake (2022). “Dietary Exposures to Metals in Relation to Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown Cause (CKDu) in Sri
  • Nguyen, Quynh and Edmund Malesky. 2021. “Fish or Steel: New Evidence on the Environment-Economy Trade-Off in Developing Vietnam.” World Development 147.
  • Paudel, D.; M. Jeuland; S.P. Lohani (2021). “Cooking Energy Transition in Nepal: Trend Review.” Clean Energy Journal 5(1): 1-9. doi:10.1093/ce/zkaa022.Lanka.” Exposure and Health 14: 63-73. .
  • Philipsen, Dirk (2021). “The Tragedy of the Private: Theft, Property, and the Loss of a Commons.” Cultural Dynamics, vol. 33, no. 3, 2021, pp. 163–173., https://doi.org/10.1177/09213740211014308.
  • Schewel, K., (2021). “Aspiring for change: Ethiopian women’s labor migration to the Middle East,” Social Forces 100, no. 4 (2021): 1619-1641. https://academic.oup.com/sf/article/100/4/1619/6274883?login=true
  • Schewel, K. (2021) “Staying put: Why it’s time to pay more attention to mixed immobility.” Mixed Migration Review 2021: Reframing Human Mobility in a Changing World. Mixed Migration Center. https://mixedmigration.org/mixed-migration-review-2021/
  • Schewel, K., and Bahir A., (2021) “Migration and development in Ethiopia: Exploring the mechanisms behind an emerging mobility transition,” Migration Studies 9, no. 4 (2021): 1673-1707. https://academic.oup.com/migration/article/9/4/1673/6375391
  • Sowers, Jeannie, and Erika Weinthal (2021). “Humanitarian Challenges and the Targeting of Civilian Infrastructure in the Yemen War.” International Affairs, vol. 97, no. 1, Jan. 2021, pp. 157–177., https://doi.org/10.1093/ia/iiaa166.
  • Springman, Jeremy, Edmund Malesky, Lucy Right, Erik Wibbels. “The Effect of Government Repression on Civil Society: Evidence from a Conjoint Survey Experiment in Cambodia.” International Studies Quarterly.
  • Tobias Ide, Carl Bruch, Alexander Carius, Ken Conca, Geoffrey D. Dabelko, Richard Matthew, and Erika Weinthal. 2021. “The Past and Future(s) of Environmental Peacebuilding.” International Affairs 97 (1): 1-16.
  • Todd, Jason D., Edmund Malesky, Anh Tran, and Quoc Anh Le (2021). “Testing Legislator Responsiveness to Citizens and Firms in Single-Party Regimes: A Field Experiment in the Vietnamese National Assembly,” Journal of Politics: Vol. 83, No.4. https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/pdf/10.1086/715169 (download)
  • Turaeva, M., (2021) “Daughters-in-Law and Domestic Violence: Patrilocal Marriage in Tajikistan,” Feminist Economics, 2021
  • Vengosh, A., Weinthal, E., (2022). Water Quality Impacts of the Energy-Water Nexus. Cambridge University Press.
  • Wibbels, Erik, Andrzejewski, K., Springman, J., and Schewel K. (2022) “Retrospective of USAID Response to Pandemic-Enabled Democratic Backsliding: Findings Report.” United States Agency for International Development, Democracy, Human Rights and Governance Center. https://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/PA00Z6HN.pdf

Hilal Teczan (MIDP ’17) published an article in the Journal of Business and Economy Policy analyzing the the 2008 economic recession that began in the U.S. and spread throughout the world through interconnected financial relationships.

Alex Pfaff reviews the impacts of the Green Municipality Program in the Brazilian Amazon for World Development.

Wei Zhuang (MIDP ’20) published article in Tax Notes International on BEPS (base erosion and profit shifting) in China and the impact on tax administration and compliance. 

Gavin Yamey and coauthors commented on the challenge of ensuring global access to COVID-19 vaccines in The Lancet.

In a paper published by the Wilson Center, LDF program alumna Sanaa Belabbes explains the challenges facing healthcare infrastructure in Morocco.

DCID Associate in Research Estuardo Pineda (MIDP ’17) and his Innovation team at UNICEF Guatemala launched a youth-focused COVID-19 chatbot.

In a report for Refugees International, Rachel Schmidtke (MIDP ’17) unpacks the failure of protection under the U.S.-Guatemala Asylum Cooperative Agreement.

In Health Policy and Planning, Manoj Mohanan explores the dual problem of underuse and overuse of malaria medications, which deplete scarce public resources used for subsidies and lead to drug resistance.

DCID Associate in Research Estuardo Pineda (MIDP ’17)  officially launched his project, Conectate Guate, at a consortium with the government of Guatemala. The project, an initiative co-sponsored by DCID, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) Foundation, Fundegua, and Wuqu´ Kawoq, maps malnutrition interventions across the country. 

Sarah Bermeo weighs in on the crisis in the Northern Triangle. In May of 2019, recently participated in a workshop hosted by Duke in Washington D.C. where experts explored the underlying causes of recent migration from the region. In this video, discover how institutions like Duke can play a role in solving the issues.

Alex Pfaff was one of 145 expert authors of the 2019 IPBES Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, the most comprehensive ever completed. The report assesses changes over the past five decades, providing a comprehensive picture of the relationship between economic development pathways and their impacts on nature. The report finds that around 1 million animal and plant species are now threatened with extinction, many within decades, more than ever before in human history. Pfaff wrote about the policy challenges to reversing environmental loss for The Hill, and was interviewed about the topic for a SparkDialog podcast

Erika Weinthal co-authored a report in International Affairs in March. The study examines Israel’s targeting of civilian agricultural, water and energy infrastructures in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Targeting of infrastructure in conflict zones is often overlooked, but Weinthal says this tactic causes profound long-term damage, not only to the daily lives of those targeted, but also for the prospect of peace and security in the region. She spoke on a panel event in May at the Wilson Center (pictured) on the weaponization of water, and was interviewed for the Chatham House podcast on attacks on infrastructure in Gaza. 

Roy Kelly taught in and facilitated a 1-week USAID training course on domestic revenue mobilization held at the USAID Washington DC Learning Center alongside colleagues from USAID, US Treasury, and the IMF. His participation was funded through DCID’s subcontract with Nathan Associates under the USAID Leadership in Public Financial Management II (LPFM-II) project.

Subhrendu Pattanayak and Marc Jeuland coauthored research on “Experimental Evidence on Promotion of Electric and Improved Biomass Cookstoves,” which was published in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America in May 2019. The authors explored how to increase demand for electric cookstoves, which are better for human and environmental health than traditional stoves.

Subhrendu Pattanayak co-edited the fourth volume of the Handbook of Environmental Economics.

Drilona Emrullahu (MIDP ’18) contributed to “Human Development Indices and Indicators-Statistical Update 2018” published by the Human Development Report Office (HDRO) at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

Waewnet Sukkasem (MIDP ’14) co-authored a paper on Public Expenditure Review (PER) of Lesotho for the World Bank. Sukkasem contributed to chapters on taxation and public investment management.

In November, DCID Associate in Research Tom Nicholson visited Vladmir, Russia to help design and support a coalition against Hepatitis C.

Natalia Mirovitskaya and Bob Healy wrote a new working paper, “New Subnational Actors in the Global Arctic,” and presented the results of their research at the Policy Sciences annual meeting at the World Bank Headquarters in October 2018.

Tom Nicholson and his NGO Advance Access and Delivery joined an interdisciplinary team of researchers and global health practitioners from North Carolina and Iraq to launch a project  to improve health services delivery to displaced Yazidi families in Iraq.

Roy Kelly, with assistance from Dean and Elena Storelli, edited a book entitled Enhancing Municipal Finance in Nepal, published by the Town Development Fund.

At the end of April, Roy Kelly visited Bangladesh to give lectures and meet with government officials to discuss governance and public finance. His visit was organized and sponsored by the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) under the Capacity for Cities (C4C) project.

Gavin Yamey and Indermit Gill co-authored an article in The Lancet that offers suggestions for providing needed financing for efforts to prevent global pandemics: “Financing of international collective action for epidemic and pandemic preparedness.” The Lancet Global Health, Volume 5, Number 8. 

MIDP alumni Siddharth Dixit, Kenan Karakulah and Garri Kasparov contributed to the 2017 Enabling the Business of Agriculture (EBA) report, released by the World Bank in September. 

G.P. Shukla co-authored a World Bank report titled, “Strengthening Domestic Resource Mobilization: Moving from Theory to Practice in Low- and Middle-Income Countries.” The report outlines how the Bank can play a lead role in helping countries reform their tax policy and administration to obtain the resources necessary for sustainable development. 

Francis Lethem and Hyunsoo Kim wrote about the potential unintended consequences of philanthropy. Kim’s research focuses on the negative impacts of solar panel supply in Haiti, TOMS shoes, and drug donations to developing countries, while Lethem draws parallels between Kim’s findings and DCID’s experience in international development. “The Ethical Issue of Contemporary Philanthropy: Unintended Negative Consequences of Philanthropy.” Management Review, Volume 12, Number 1.

Silvia Fontana (MIDP ’14) was published in Springer’s Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Her contribution aims to explain the complexity of theories and practices on sustainable human development, with a focus on the SDG16 (“peace, justice, and strong institutions”).

Subhrendu Pattanayak and Andy Haines (LSHTM) argue that when it comes to planetary health, even innovative proposals may be set up to fail because insufficient attention has been given to implementation on the ground in “Implementation of policies to protect planetary health.” The Lancet Planetary Health, Volume 1, Number 7. 

Roy Kelly co-authored a chapter in The Sri Lankan Economy: Charting a New Course (2017). Kelly’s chapter, entitled “Financing Sustainable Urbanization in Sri Lanka” was co-authored by Asoka S. Gunawardena, Chairman of the Sri Lankan think tank the Marga Institute. 

Sarah Bermeo explores the shifting motivations of donor countries and determinants of aid allocation in “Aid Allocation and Targeted Development in an Increasingly Connected World.” International Organization, Fall 2017.

Natalia Mirovitskaya and Robert Healy (Professor Emeritus at the Nicholas School of Environment and one of the co-founders of what is now DCID) launched a new research project called “Development for the New Arctic: Visions, Strategies, Challenges at the Subnational and Local Level.”

Sarah Bermeo published a book, Targeted Development, exploring the shifts in development strategies of wealthy countries through the lens of foreign aid, trade agreements, and climate finance.

Gavin Yamey, who leads the DCID/DGHI collaborative Center for Policy Impact in Global Health, co-authored a chapter in the 3rd edition of Disease Control Priorities. His chapter appears in the culminating Volume Nine of the series and focuses on intersectoral policy priorities for health. 

Anil Kumar (MIDP ’15) published an article inspired by his studies under Dr. Natalia Mirovitskaya: “Achieving Gender Equality in Haryana: Sensitising Men to Enable Women.” International Journal of Gender Studies in Developing Societies Volume 2, Number 3. 

Muyatwa Sitali (MIDP ’14) co-authored a World Bank working paper on water supply in the transition from emergency to development. The paper explores this question: “donors supporting countries affected by fragility conflict and violence face a difficult trade-off. Should they deliver urgently needed water supply infrastructure through non-state actors or build the country institutions that deliver water supply?”

Ravtosh Bal published an article in Minerva. “The Rise of Computing Research in East Africa: The Relationship Between Funding, Capacity and Research Community in a Nascent Field” looks at research communities of computer scientists in Kenya and Uganda in the context of neoliberal privatization, commercialization, and transnational capital flows from donors and corporations.

Peter Barnes  co-authored a chapter in the United Nations handbook Selected Issues in Protecting the Tax Base of Developing Countries. His chapter, “Limiting Interest Deductions,” summarizes the issues that developing countries face when addressing the deductibility of interest payments determining whether a taxpayer has excessive debt.

Robyn Meeks, along with colleagues from Amherst College and University of Michigan, published a paper in Environmental and Resource Economics. “Waste Not: Can Household Biogas Deliver Sustainable Development?” examines whether biogas, a fuel produced by converting human and animal waste into combustible gas, promoted sustainable development by reducing biomass fuel collection, shifting household time budgets or reducing loss of forest cover. 

Gavin Yamey and Amie Batson (PATH), Peter Kilmarx (Fogarty), and Marcel Yotebieng (Ohio State) published an editorial in BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal): “Funding Innovation in Neglected Diseases” captures some of the most promising innovative ideas on mobilizing funds for global health research and development. 

Dr. Roy Kelly

“Stocktaking of Fiscal Decentralization Policy in Nepal,” Journal of Fiscal Federalism

Dr. Francis Lethem

“Development and Peacebuilding: Dam Construction and Violence in the Amazon,” book chapter in Practical Approaches to Peacebuilding: Putting Theory to Work (co-author with Anderson Freitas MIDP’14)

Dr. G.P. Shukla

“Corporate Income Tax and Personal Income Tax as applied to Businesses in Kazakhstan,” analysis prepared for the Government of Kazakhstan and the World Bank

“A Critique of the Proposed Armenia Tax Code 2015: Transparency, Equity, and Potential for Revenue Generation,” analysis prepared for the Government of Armenia and the World Bank

Dr. Graham Glenday

“Strengthening Project Selection for Capital Budgeting,” Korean Development Institute

“Strengthening Public Investment Management: Strengthening the Roles of the Public Sector Investment Program, Development Committee and Project Implementation,” Ministry of Finance, Trade and Industry, Government of Seychelles (co-author)

Anthony Elson

“What Have We Learned from the Global Financial Crisis of 2008-09 and its Aftermath?” World Economics

Dr. Natalia Mirovitskaya and Dr. William Ascher

Development Strategies and Inter-Group Violence: Insights on Conflict-Sensitive Development

Dr. Fernando Fernholz

Mexico: Estimation of the Economic Opportunity Cost of Capital for Public Investment Projects (co-author)

Dr. Graham Glenday

“Approaches to Better Project Appraisal”, Chapter 4 in The Power of Public Investment Management: Transforming Resources into Assets for Growth

Mexico: Estimation of the Economic Opportunity Cost of Capital for Public Investment Projects (co-author)

Public Investment Management (PIM) Reform Indicators, report prepared for World Bank (co-author)

Capital versus Current Final Expenditures in Ethiopia: What is the economically efficient and financially sustainable mix?”

Dr. Graham Glenday and Dr. G.P. Shukla

“Public Investment Management (PIM): Processes, Issues and Indicators,” World Bank

“Proposals to strengthen the PIM component of the PEFA framework and indicators: Preliminary discussion draft,” World Bank

Dr. Roy Kelly

“Implementing Sustainable Property Tax Reform in Developing Countries”, Chapter 10 in Taxation and Development: The Weakest Link?

“Intergovernmental Fiscal Architecture (IFA): Recommendations to Facilitate Implementation of the Revised National Decentralization Policy,” Ministry of Local Government and Housing and Ministry of Finance, Zambia

Final Report: Local Government Finance and Governance Reform, submitted to Government of Indonesia

Dr. Roy Kelly and Rubino Sugana

“Final Report: Local Government Finance and Governance Reform,” Government of Indonesia Ministry of Finance and Asian Development Bank (co-authors)

Dr. Natalia Mirovitskaya and Dr. William Ascher

Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in AsiaThe World Financial Review

Dr. Phyllis Pomerantz

“Book review of Betrayed: Politics, Power and Prosperty by Seth Kaplan,” Governance.

“Global Programs, Aid Effectiveness, and Poverty Reduction,” Problems, Promises, and Paradoxes of Aid: Africa’s Experience

Dr. G.P. Shukla

Scaling-Up Renewable Geothermal Energy in Indonesia: An Integrated Approach to Evaluating a Green Finance Investment (co-author)

Anthony Elson

Globalization and Development: Why East Asia Surged Ahead and Latin America Fell Behind

“Dragon Among the Iguanas, China’s Economic and Financial Relationship with Latin America,” Finance and Development

Dr. Graham Glenday

The International Handbook of Public Financial Management (contributor)

“The Roles of Project Appraisal”, Chapter 4 in Approaches to Improved Public Investment

Dr. Richard Hemming

Beyond the Annual Budget: Global Experience with Medium-Term Expenditure Frameworks

“The Cyclical Characteristics of Universal Social Insurance”

The International Handbook of Public Financial Management (co-editor)

“The Role of Fiscal Councils in Promoting Fiscal Responsibility and Sound Government Finances” in Public Financial Management and its Emerging Architecture (co-author)

Sustainability and Efficiency in Managing Public Expenditures

Dr. Roy Kelly 

The International Handbook of Public Financial Management (contributor)

Dr. Natalia Mirovitskaya and Dr. William Ascher

The Economic Roots of Conflict and Cooperation in Africa (editors)

Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia (editors)

“Development Strategies and the Evolution of Violence in Africa”, Chapter 1 in The Economic Roots of Conflict and Cooperation in Africa 

“The Conflict-Development Nexus in Africa: Insights from the Case Studies”, Chapter 10 in The Economic Roots of Conflict and Cooperation in Africa 

“War, Peace and Many Shades in Between: Asia in the New Millennium”, Chapter 1 in Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia

“The Nexus of Economic Strategies and Intergroup Violence”, Chapter 2 in Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia

“The Conflict-Development Nexus in Asia: Policy Approaches”, Chapter 10 in Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia

Dr. Sandeep Bhattacharya

“Study on counter-cyclical policies: Role of public investment to stimulate demand” and “Guidelines for use of public investment in counter-cyclical fiscal policy” prepared for Public Sector Group, Latin-America and the Caribbean Region, World Bank (co-author)

Dr. Fernando Fernholz

“Study on counter-cyclical policies: Role of public investment to stimulate demand” and “Guidelines for use of public investment in counter-cyclical fiscal policy” prepared for Public Sector Group, Latin-America and the Caribbean Region, World Bank (co-author)

Dr. Graham Glenday

“Study on counter-cyclical policies: Role of public investment to stimulate demand” and “Guidelines for use of public investment in counter-cyclical fiscal policy” prepared for Public Sector Group, Latin-America and the Caribbean Region, World Bank (co-author)

“Tax Transparency in Kyrgyz Republic: A Study of Tax Transparency in Kyrgyzstan: Tax Policy, Tax Administration and Tax Compliance Issues”, report prepared for Investment Climate Advisory Service, The World Bank Group (co-author)

“Tax Transparency in Kazakhstan: A Study of Tax Transparency in Kazakhstan: Tax Policy, Tax Administration and Tax Compliance Issues”, report prepared for Investment Climate Advisory Service, The World Bank Group (co-author)

“Tax Transparency in Tajikistan: A Study of Tax Transparency in Tajikistan: Tax Policy, Tax Administration and Tax Compliance Issues”, report prepared for Investment Climate Advisory Service, The World Bank Group (co-author)

Dr. Richard Hemming

“Public Debt Sustainability and Hidden Liabilities in the Peoples’ Republic of China”, in Public Debt Sustainability in Developing Asia

“Some Fiscal Priorities for Development” in Sustaining Development and Growth in East Asia (co-author)

“Study on counter-cyclical policies: Role of public investment to stimulate demand” and “Guidelines for use of public investment in counter-cyclical fiscal policy” prepared for Public Sector Group, Latin-America and the Caribbean Region, World Bank (co-author)

Dr. Natalia Mirovitskaya and Dr. William Ascher

Economic Development Strategies and the Evolution of Violence in Latin America (editors)

“Economic Development Patterns and the Evolution of Violence in Latin America”, Chapter 1 in Economic Development Strategies and the Evolution of Violence in Latin America

Dr. G.P. Shukla

“Tax Transparency in Kyrgyz Republic: A Study of Tax Transparency in Kyrgyzstan: Tax Policy, Tax Administration and Tax Compliance Issues”, report prepared for Investment Climate Advisory Service, The World Bank Group (co-author)

“Tax Transparency in Kazakhstan: A Study of Tax Transparency in Kazakhstan: Tax Policy, Tax Administration and Tax Compliance Issues”, report prepared for Investment Climate Advisory Service, The World Bank Group (co-author)

“Tax Transparency in Tajikistan: A Study of Tax Transparency in Tajikistan: Tax Policy, Tax Administration and Tax Compliance Issues”, report prepared for Investment Climate Advisory Service, The World Bank Group (co-author)

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