Moritz is a Senior Economist at the World Bank working at the nexus of public finance and health. He is interested in how public financial management reforms can be an enabling force for efficient, and equitable service delivery. His work is currently focused on reforms in the Africa region where he leads various analytical programs that include how to deploy disruptive technology solutions. During his time at the World Bank’s Independent Evaluation Group, Moritz led various evaluations of World Bank support to public financial management reforms and has written extensively on what makes financial management information systems effective.
Prior to joining the World Bank, Moritz worked as an advisor to the government of Zanzibar/Tanzania, where he supported authorities in budget management and the introduction of health finance reforms. Moritz holds an MSc in Economics for Development from Oxford University and an MA in Economics from the University of Aberdeen.