Dan Honig





Dan Honig has held a variety of position in international development, including as special assistant, then advisor, to successive Ministers of Finance (Liberia), running a local nonprofit focused on helping post-conflict youth realize the power of their own ideas to better their lives and communities through agricultural entrepreneurship (East Timor), and working for local and international NGOs (Ashoka in Thailand; Center for Jewish-Arab Economic Development in Israel). A proud Detroiter, he holds a BA from University of Michigan and is currently a PhD candidate at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, where he investigates ways in which organizational structure and staff incentives affect the performance of bureaucracies in the public sector. He is currently based in the UK as a visiting academic at Oxford University.

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