Research Economist, Development Research Group, World Bank
Daniel Rogger is a Research Economist in the Impact Evaluation Unit of the Development Research Group. He manages the civil service portfolio of the ieGovern initiative that runs rigorous impact evaluations inside government organisations. He is also co-lead of the World Bank’s ‘Bureaucracy Lab’ flagship research project, with a focus on the running of large-scale quantitative surveys in civil service organisations. His research focuses on the organisation of the delivery of public goods. Dan did his PhD in Economics at University College London and was a PhD scholar at the Institute for Fiscal Studies where he is now an International Research Fellow.
Recent work by Daniel Rogger
Incentivising civil servants to gather evidence before making decisions significantly reduced errors in the beliefs of Ethiopian government officials
Bureaucratic output is negatively associated with monitoring and incentive schemes but positively associated with the autonomy of mid-level...
Insights into the lives and experiences of civil servants in developing countries