Mihaylo Milovanovitch is senior policy specialist with the European Training Foundation, Italy and a senior integrity expert for the Center for Applied Policy and Integrity, Bulgaria. His research interests and publications focus on education policy, corruption prevention, and integrity in education in countries of Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the MENA region.

Previously, Mihaylo was a network fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at the Harvard School of Law, policy analyst with the Directorate for Education and Skills of the OECD, and co-ordinator for education and youth for the Stability Pact for South East Europe.

Related Publications

Immunity Provisions for Ministers and Members of Parliament

  • public officials
  • immunity
  • parliamentarians
  • impunity

Mobilising broad anti-corruption coalitions

  • eiti
  • extractive industries transparency initiative
  • anti-corruption coaltions
  • medicine transparency alliance meta
  • construction sector transparency initiative cost
  • construction sector
  • coaltion 2000 bulgaria
  • national anti-corruption forum in south africa

The financial returns from anti-corruption and anti-money laundering initiatives

  • anti-corruption agencies
  • anti-money laundering

وكالات مكافحة الفساد وأنظمة التصريح عن الدخل والمصالح والأصول نظرة عامة على أمثلة الممارسات الجيدة

  • anti-corruption agencies
  • political corruption
  • asset disclosure

Perceptions of corruption in seven small Pacific island countries

  • corruption surveys
  • pacfic islands
  • pacific island countries

Mihaylo Milovanovitch


Center for Applied Policy and Integrity

Professional Title

Education Policy and Integrity Specialist


  • Americas
  • Europe and Central Asia
  • Middle East and North Africa




Education policy analysis; Integrity of education systems; Anti-corruption policies in the education sector

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