Daniel Kaufmann, a Chilean economist, is a renowned expert on governance and anti-corruption issues worldwide. He previously served as a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and as a director of the World Bank Institute. He has pioneered approaches to measure and address governance and corruption challenges based on analysis of the evidence and practical experience in dozens of countries. His research and policy analysis and advise also extends to development, natural resource management, urban and labor economics.
Era of Big Oil secrecy is overBy Daniel Kaufmann, Revenue Watch Institute
Big oil companies should stop attacking transparency or risk damaging their reputations
Poverty in the midst of abundance: Governance mattersBy Daniel Kaufmann
80 percent of citizens in extractive-intensive African countries live on under $5 a day, and over 50 percent live on under $2 a day