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Graham Glenday, Professor of the Practice, Public Policy Studies

Graham Glenday
Contact Info:
Office Location:  278 Rubenstein Hall
Office Phone:  +1 919 613 7324
Email Address: send me a message

Education:

Ph.D. Harvard University1983
M.P.P. Harvard University1976
M.A.University of Oxford (United Kingdom)1974
B.S.CH.E.University of Cape Town (South Africa)1971
Specialties:

Public Policy
International Public Finance
International Taxation
Economic Growth and Development
Fiscal Decentralization
Investment Appraisal
Research Interests: International Development Policy

Research: Public finance in developing countries, including tax and trade policy and administration, public expenditure appraisal and budgeting; theory and practice of tax analysis and revenue estimation

Keywords:

World • Developing Countries • Public Policy • Tax policy • Trade policy

Curriculum Vitae
Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. Glenday, G; Mih Le, T; Mahdi, S; Pijuan, A, Assessing Public Investment Management Functions and Institutional Arrangements for State-Owned Enterprises: A Diagnostic Framework, Equitable Growth, Finance & Institutions Insight (2021), World Bank
  2. Glenday, G, Climate-Informed Public Investment Management Diagnostic Framework; Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation, in Climate-Informed Public Investment Management Diagnostic Framework; Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation (July, 2020)
  3. Glenday, G, Diagnostic Assessment of Public Investment Management for State Owned Enterprises and Non-Profit Government Entities, in Diagnostic Assessment of Public Investment Management for State Owned Enterprises and Non-Profit Government Entities (January, 2020)
  4. Glenday, G; Bharali, I; Wang, Z, Enhancing Domestic Revenues: Constraints and Opportunities: A cross-country comparative study of tax capacity, effort and gaps, in Enhancing Domestic Revenues: Constraints and Opportunities: A cross-country comparative study of tax capacity, effort and gaps (April, 2019), Center for Policy Impact in Global Health, Duke University and Duke Center for International Development
  5. Glenday, G, Towards a framework for managing tax incentives in the context of Ethiopia, in Towards a framework for managing tax incentives in the context of Ethiopia (June, 2016)