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I am a governance and anti-corruption specialist with 10+ years' experience in qualitative research, policy analysis and training in both civil society and academic settings (including Transparency International, the Institute of Development Studies and the University of Birmingham UK). As an independent research consultant, I focus on supporting governments, international organisations and civil society actors to produce sound evidence for policy reform initiatives.

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The Palestinian Public Budget: Estimated vs. Actual

  • budget transparency
  • public financial management
  • budgets
  • public sector
  • budget monitoring
  • AMAN (TI Palestine)

Corruption training for judges applied to emission reduction mechanisms

  • judges
  • carbon emission reduction
  • redd
  • climate change mitigation

Anti-corruption training in sectors: approaches, experience, and evidence about effectiveness

  • training
  • anti-corruption training

Local government accountability mechanisms

  • complaint mechanisms
  • local government
  • participatory budget
  • accountability
  • journalism
  • legal empowerment

The connections between corruption, autocracy and human rights in Latin America

Andrew McDevitt

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Independent researcher

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Key areas of expertise include: corruption measurement; local governance; transparency and open government; political finance; and natural resource/environmental governance.

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