Dr Ali Hasanain, GLF 2014-16


Dr Ali Hasanain is an Associate Professor and the Head of the Economics Department at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). His research focuses primarily on how public service delivery can be improved through reform initiatives, particularly through technological progress and improvements in the media. He also studies how information and communication technologies (ICT) can improve market functioning. Hasanain’s research has been featured in The Guardian, Economist, Huffington Post, various World Bank blogs, VoxEU, VoxDev, Herald, Friday Times, Dawn, and other media outlets. He previously served as the Director at LUMS for the World Bank Pakistan At One Hundred Initiative. From 2014 to 2016, he was a Global Leaders Fellow at Oxford and Princeton universities.

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GEG WP 2016/123 Crowdsourcing government accountability: Experimental evidence from Pakistan
Dr Ali Hasanain, GLF 2014-16
Working papers
Governing through the phone: How policymakers can leverage ICT to improve governance outcomes
Dr Ali Hasanain, GLF 2014-16
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