Dr. Håkan Tropp works as director for governance capacity development, research and innovation at the Stockholm International Water Institute, SIWI. Tropp has more than 20 years of experience working on water governance and institutional change, natural resources and water policy reform, water economics, rural/urban water and water integrity. He has worked in several regions such as South Asia, Europe and Africa to provide policy advice, programmatic development, research and capacity development to governments and other stakeholders. Some previous work places include OECD, UNDP and UNDESA . Tropp spearheaded and is a founding member of the Water Integrity Network and was its first chair 2006-2010.
Dr. Tropp has a background in political science and economics and was awarded a PhD in Water and Environmental Studies, Linköping University: Tropp, H (1999) Patronage, Politics and Pollution: Precarious NGO-state relationships - urban environmental issues in south India. Tropp has published widely on topics of governance and integrity related to natural resources and environment and led and authored several methodologies and tools on assessing and building capacity on governance and anti-corruption.
ELECTORAL CAMPAIGN REPORTING RULES AND THE ROLE OF SUPERVISORY BODIES
- electoral campaigns
- political financing
- political party financing
Myanmar: Overview of corruption and anti-corruption
- anti-corruption legislation
Lois sur l’accès à l’information : impact et mise en oeuvre
- access to information
- right to information
Evaluating the effectiveness of state anti-corruption policy implementation in Ukraine
- TI Ukraine
Corruption Risks in Vietnam's Energy Sector
- energy sector
- budget support
Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)
- Asia Pacific
- Access to Information
- Sustainable Development Goals
- Climate governance
- Land management
Anti-corruption prevention, Integrity, Natural resources, Water resources and related services, Irrigation, Land, Climate change and Environment, Water policy and governance innovations, Capacity development, Applied policy research, and Digitalization.