Motoky Hayakawa is a public management specialist at the World Bank office in Manila, where he advises on governance and political economy issues. Prior to his assignment in the Philippines, he worked on decentralization, public financial management, human resource management, and anti-corruption issues in fragile and conflict-affected countries in the Africa region, including South Sudan and Sierra Leone. His primary area of interest concerns the political economy dynamics of organizational change in the public sector. Before joining the World Bank in 2006, he worked with the World Health Organization, the East African Community, and the Academy for Educational Development.
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