Director, Public Sector & Institutions, Governance Global Practice
Jim Brumby began his post as Director on March 1, 2015. He previously served as the Practice Manager for the EAP región based in Jakarta, Indonesia and as the Sector Manager and Lead Economist for the Indonesia country program. Throughout his professional life he has been engaged in public management reform at the state, national, and international levels, joining the Bank in 2007 where he had a leading role in public financial management reform in the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management group. In 2009 he was appointed Sector Manager, Public Sector & Governance, with line responsibility for the Vice Presidency’s staff working on a number of critical areas in governance including anticorruption, legal and judicial reform, public financial management, and civil service reform. His experience also spans a number of managerial positions in IMF, OECD, and Victoria State Government in Australia.
- Addressing challenges in public financial management and public sector reform in East Asia
- Taxing the shadow economy
- Game-changers and whistle-blowers: taxing wealth
- Taxation des richesses : vers de nouvelles règles du jeu
- How much bang for how many bucks?
- Peer Pressure: Tax competition and developing economies
- Tax treaties: Boost or bane for development?
- How can we build tax capacity in developing countries?
- How can we better help governments to help citizens? Seeking feedback on best practices in building tax capacity
- All’s fair in love and (the global tax) wars?
- Open decision-making: better governance through deliberative transparency
- A tool at the right time for tax reform
- The seven salvos of sin (taxes)