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Our Team - Public Management and Budgeting Division (PMB)

 

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Jón R. BLONDAL

  • Head of Division and Editor-in-Chief of the OECD Journal on Budgeting
  • From Reykjavík. Icelandic national
  • Previously with the Icelandic Ministry of Finance and Office of the Prime Minister
  • Recipient of the Award for Lifetime Professional Achievement from the American Society for Public Administration and the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management
  • Graduate of The George Washington University, Washington DC
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Andrew BLAZEY

  • Deputy Head of Division and Lead, Green Budgeting
  • From Wellington. New Zealand national
  • Previously Budget Director of New Zealand
  • Led the development of New Zealand’s Well-Being Budget
  • MBA from Chinese University of Hong Kong

Seok AHN

  • Senior Policy Analyst (On secondment)
  • From Sejong. Korean national
  • Previously with Korean Ministry of Personnel Management
  • BA from Jeonbuk National University (Korea); MA from University of Birmingham (UK)
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Alana BAKER

  • Policy Analyst - Public Employment and Management
  • From Calgary, Alberta. Canadian national
  • Before joining the OECD with various policy and economics research centres. Previously, journalist at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  • MPP from University of Cambridge; MRes from University College London (UCL); MBA from Porto Business School
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Indre BAMBALAITE

  • Junior Policy Analyst – Spending Review, Machinery of Government
  • From Klaipeda. Lithuanian national
  • Previously with the OECD's Economics Department
  • MA from Sciences Po Paris; BSc from ISM University of Management and Economics in Vilnius, Lithuania

Ivor BEAZLEY

  • Lead, Financial Management and Reporting
  • From London. British national
  • Previously with the World Bank
  • Graduate of Cambridge University

Aleksandra BOGUSZ

  • Administrative Co-Ordinator
  • From Warsaw. Polish national
  • Last two years on secondment at the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (FRONTEX). Previously held various positions at the OECD
  • Double MA from Universities of Paris 8, Institute of European Studies and Paris 11, Jean Monnet Institute (France). BA from University of Warsaw , Centre for Europe (Poland)
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Scott CAMERON

  • Policy Analyst - Independent Fiscal Institutions and Parliamentary Budget Offices
  • From Walkerton, Ontario. Canadian national
  • Previously with Canada’s Parliamentary Budget Office
  • MA from University of Edinburgh
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Titouan CHASSAGNE

  • Researcher
  • From Aix-en-Provence. French national
  • Previously with the United Nations and UNDP
  • MSc (Research) from the London School of Economics (LSE); MA from Sciences Po Paris; BA from McGill University. 
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Sean DOUGHERTY

  • Lead, Fiscal Relations Across Levels of Government
  • From Houston. American national
  • Previously with OECD’s Economics Department
  • PhD from the Paris School of Economics, MA from the University of Pennsylvania, BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Brian FINN

  • Lead, Expenditure Frameworks
  • From Dublin. Irish national
  • Previously with the SIGMA Programme. Prior to joining the OECD with the Irish Department of Finance.
  • Graduate of Institute of Public Administration, Dublin
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Daniel GERSON

  • Lead, Public Employment and Management
  • From Vancouver, British Columbia. Canadian national
  • Prior to joining the OECD with the Canadian Federal Public Service
  • MA from University of British Columbia (Canada); MA from University of Potsdam (Germany)

Stéphane JACOBZONE

  • Senior Advisor
  • From Lyon. French national
  • Previously held a number of positions in the Public Governance Directorate and the Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs. Prior to joining the OECD with the French Ministry of Finance and the National Institute for Economics and Statistics (INSEE)
  • Graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and ENSAE (National Academy for Economics and Statistics)

Mija KANG

  • Senior Policy Analyst (On secondment)
  • From Seoul. Korean national
  • Previously with Korean Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • BA from Dongguk University (Korea); MA from Seoul National University
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Anne KELLER

  • Junior Policy Analyst – Financial Management and Reporting
  • From Walldorf in Baden-Württemberg. German national
  • Previously with the Development Co-operation Directorate. Prior to joining the OECD with UNESCO
  • MA from University of Konstanz (Germany)

Margaux LELONG

  • Policy Analyst – Green Budgeting
  • From Nice. French national
  • Prior to joining the OECD with the French Ministry of Economy and Finance. Previously with the Cour des comptes and Chambre régionale des comptes (Supreme Audit Institution)
  • Also teaches Public Finances at Sorbonne University and French National School of Administration (ENA)
  • MA from Sciences Po Aix; MA from Université Panthéon-Sorbonne and École Normale Supérieure (ENS)
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Alexandre LEROY

  • Researcher – Expenditure Frameworks
  • From Paris. French national
  • Previously with OECD’s Centre for Tax Policy and Administration and the European Commission (DG-ECFIN)
  • Graduate of McGill University and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Axel MATHOT

  • Lead, Performance and Results
  • From Ghent. Belgian national
  • Previously Director of the Budget of the Flanders region (Belgium)
  • MA from University of Leuven; MA from University of Ghent
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Deborah MERRAN

  • Administrative Co-Ordinator; Secretary to the Committee of Senior Budget Officials
  • From Paris. French national
  • Previously held a number of positions with investment banks in the US and the UK
  • MA from University of Paris - Dauphine

Delphine MORETTI

  • Currently on Leave of Absence
  • From Marseilles. French national
  • Prior to joining the OECD with the International Monetary Fund. Previously with French Ministry of Finance and Cour des comptes (Supreme Audit Institution)
  • MA from Sciences Po Paris and the University of Aix-Marseille (France)
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Dónal MULLIGAN

  • Policy Analyst - Public Employment and Management
  • From Dublin. Irish national
  • Previously with the OECD’s Talent Management and Analytics Group. Prior to that with the Permanent Delegation of Ireland to the OECD and the Irish government trade development agency (Enterprise Ireland)
  • MA from College of Europe, Bruges (Belgium)
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Felicitas NEUHAUS

  • Policy Analyst - Public Employment and Management
  • From Rosenheim. German national
  • Previously with the OECD´s Public Sector Integrity Division
  • MA from University of Sussex (UK)

Scherie NICOL

  • Lead, Gender Budgeting
  • From Black Isle, Scotland. British national
  • MA from Strathclyde University, Glasgow
  • Helped set up the Financial Scrutiny Unit at the Scottish Parliament
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Natalia NOLAN FLECHA

  • Policy Analyst - Public Employment and Management
  • From Melbourne, Florida. US national
  • Prior to joining the OECD with the World Bank and various consulting firms
  • MA from the London School of Economics (LSE)

Andrew PARK

  • Policy Analyst – Spending Review
  • From Los Angeles. American national
  • Previously with the US Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • MA from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
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Silvia PICALARGA

  • Researcher
  • From Rome. Italian national
  • Previously with the Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministries
  • Double MA from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE) and Bocconi University (Italy)
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Lyora RAAB

  • Budget and Office co-ordinator
  • From Munich. German national
  • Previously with the International Herald Tribune
  • BA from the American University of Paris
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Claire SALAMA

  • Lead, Performance monitoring and evaluation
  • French / American national
  • Previously with a strategy and management consulting firm
  • MA from Sciences Po Paris; BA from Johns Hopkins University (United States)

Lucy STERNE

  • Policy Analyst – Spending Better
  • From Brighton. British national
  • Previously with HM Treasury in the United Kingdom, New Zealand Treasury, and most recently Head of Scottish Government Office based in the British Embassy in Paris
  • BA and MA from Cambridge University

Alfrun TRYGGVADOTTIR

  • Lead, Spending Review and Machinery of Government
  • From Reykjavík. Icelandic national
  • Previously Deputy Budget Director of Iceland
  • MA from Copenhagen Business School
  • Led the implementation of the organic budget law in Iceland, including the rollout of performance budgeting and spending reviews

Camila VAMMALLE

  • Lead, Budgeting for Health
  • From Buenos Aires. French / Argentinean / Israeli national
  • Previously with OECD’s Regional Development Division
  • BA from the Universidad de San Andrés (Argentina); PhD from Sciences Po Paris
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François VILLENEUVE

  • Junior Policy Analyst - Public Employment and Management
  • From Avignon. French national
  • BA from ESSEC Business School (France); MA from Sciences Po Paris

Lisa VON TRAPP

  • Lead, Independent Fiscal Institutions and Parliamentary Budget Offices
  • From Vermont. American and Austrian national
  • Previously with the World Bank
  • Dual MA from Columbia University (Phillip E. Mosely fellow) and Sciences Po Paris

Peter WELCH

  • Senior Advisor
  • From Gloucester, England. UK and Luxembourg national
  • Previously with the European Court of Auditors (Director, Sustainable use of Natural Resources)
  • Member CIPFA and CIMA
  • Graduate of Exeter University

 

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