Murphy Richard Edro is the Research Associate for the Parental Nudges Project at Innovations for Poverty Action. Prior to taking up this role, Murphy worked on the Technology and Citizens Engagement in Local Tax Collection project. He also worked on and supported other projects, including QP4G, RECOVR, The Invisible Fishers, STARS, and Famerline. Murphy holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from the University of Professional Studies, Accra. He has gained extensive experience in research and data collection with IPA and other organizations including, ISSER. He first joined IPA in 2013 and has served in many capacities; both short and long term.