Fernando Fernández-Monge is a governance specialist at the World Bank, where he focuses on legal and public sector reforms in developing countries. He has been involved in reforms across government branches and agencies in several countries (e.g. strengthening the public asset management framework in Colombia, closing the service delivery gap to marginalized communities in Jordan or rebuilding the judicial system as part of the state reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan). His prior professional experience was developed in Spain, the United States and Asia working with several public and private institutions (Uria Menendez, the Organization of American States, the US Chamber of Commerce and the Spanish Consulate in Shanghai). He holds a Masters in Public Policy from the Institute of Fiscal Studies, and a JD and a BA in Political Science from the Autonoma University of Madrid.
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