Verena Fritz is a Senior Public Sector Specialist with the Global Governance Practice at the World Bank. Verena is task managing public sector operations and analytic work with a focus on Africa, and works on governance and political economy diagnostic tools as well as on rethinking approaches to public sector reforms.
She holds a PhD from the European University Institute and has authored a range of reports and articles on issues related to her areas of work.
- Political economy drivers of PFM reforms: a systematic look at what we all know somehow
- Driving change in challenging contexts: four issues to address
- Public financial management reforms: determined by conditions or resulting from the right approach?
- The WBG’s experience with ‘problem-driven’ political economy analysis (PEA)
- To end poverty, we need to get better at improving institutions
- What a political economy perspective can contribute to development effectiveness
- “Missions Suspended”: Does The Bank Need to Worry about ‘Political Risks’ - and What Does That Mean?
- Governance for a Crowded Planet: The Need to Leap and to Innovate – Part II
- Governance for a Crowded Planet: The Need to Leap and to Innovate – Part I