WALY WANE is an Economist in the Development Research Group (Public Services Team). He joined the bank in August 1999 after completing his Ph.D. at the University of Toulouse in April of the same year. His research interests include the analysis of the impact of the complex incentive structure at the frontline provider level incentives provided by both government and local communities on the determination of both the quality and quantity of supplied public services. He is also currently involved in the design of diagnostic tools for tracking public expenditures in Chad and Senegal.
- Is Tanzania attracting enough tourists?
- We want jobs, jobs, jobs
- Only 14% of Tanzanians have electricity. What can be done?
- Invest in nutrition to invest in the future?
- Can Tanzania afford 100 million citizens in 2035?
- Tanzania: Water is life, but access remains a problem
- Is this a woman's world? Gender equality in Tanzania
- Got a road? The importance of a good road network
- Tanzania: Let's think together
- Yes, Africa can end poverty…but will we know when it happens?
- Les dépenses publiques perdues au Tchad