Audrey Sacks is an extended term consultant in the World Bank Institute's Governance Practice currently focusing on political economy, procurement reform, and anti-corruption. She is currently working on projects in Bangladesh and Indonesia and has worked in Zambia. She has written several articles on issues including tax administration, social welfare, government legitimacy and social network analysis. Audrey’s current academic research is examining the impact of donor and non-state actor service provision on government legitimacy and willingness to pay taxes.
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