We provide evidence-based policy analysis. Our economic models can be used to evaluate the impact of policy.
Our work ranges from providing policy solutions to a private sector that is concerned with long-run profitability, to dealing with public policy concerns about economic performance and tax revenue estimates.
In the past, we have used peer-reviewed academic research to advise governments on tax policy, poverty alleviation programmes, public-private partnerships for infrastructure development, and even law enforcement strategies.
Orphe Pierre Divounguy-Nding, PhD
Orphe is an economist whose experience includes work in the Financing for Development Office at the United Nations, where he gained a sound understanding of international politics and the economic challenges of the development process. Orphe has worked on issues related to labor markets such as evaluating migration policies, and the taxation of human capital. Orphe obtained his Ph.D. at the University of Southampton in England.