Country Economist, International Growth Centre, LSE
James Dzansi is a Country Economist at the International Growth Centre, LSE. He works with researchers and policymakers to promote evidence-based policy. Before joining the IGC, James worked for the UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change where he led several analyses to inform UK energy policy. Previously, he served as a Lecturer at the Jonkoping international Business School. His research interests are in development economics, tax policy, corporate governance, and energy policy. James holds a PhD, MSc and BA in Economics, and LLM in Petroleum Taxation and Finance.
Recent work by James Dzansi
Technology improves local tax collection efficiency and the progressivity of the property tax system but can also lead to unintended outcomes