Kai Kaiser has been Senior Economist with the World Bank in Hanoi, Vietnam since early 2016, where his engagement has focused primarily on issues of public finance and public sector governance reform. He has also been based in the Philippines and Indonesia. Previously he was Senior Economist at the (global) Public Sector and Governance Group, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management (PREM), in Washington, DC, with a focus on issues of public finance, inter-governmental relations, natural resource led development, and applied political economy/institutional reform issues. He takes a keen interest in how emerging digital technologies can make a tangible difference in addressing governance challenges for improved service delivery and public infrastructure investments.
- Trí tuệ nhân tạo và đô thị thông minh: quy vùng thành phố Hồ Chí Minh
- Artificial intelligence for smart cities: insights from Ho Chi Minh City’s spatial development
- Drones for better roads: Pointers from the Philippines
- No movie, no map, no money: Local road financing innovations in the Philippines
- Get a bird’s eye view: drones and satellites for improved sectoral governance
- La technologie suffit-elle à garantir la transparence budgétaire et l'ouverture? Les leçons tirées en Asie de l'Est et en Afrique du Nord
- Is Technology Sufficient for Fiscal Transparency & Openness? Lessons from East Asia and North Africa