Brian Levy is adviser, Public Sector Governance in the World Bank. He is
the author of Governance Reform: Bridging Monitoring and Action (World
Bank, 2007), which builds on his 2006 work on governance monitoring featured in
the 2006 Global Monitoring Report, Mutual Accountability: Aid,
Trade and Governance.
From 1991 to 2003 he worked in the World Bank's Africa Vice Presidency on the challenges of strengthening the institutional underpinnings of African development, and from 1999-2003 was sector manager of the Africa Public Sector Reform and Capacity Building Unit.
Levy was a member of the core team which produced the World Bank’s
1997 World Development Report, The State in a Changing World. He has
published numerous books and articles on the interactions between public
institutions, the private sector and development in Africa, East Asia, and
elsewhere, most recently editing (jointly with Sahr Kpundeh) the volume,
Building State Capacity in Africa (World Bank Institute, 2004).
Prior to joining the Bank Levy was assistant professor in development economics at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts.
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