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Daniel Tommasi

Daniel Tommasi Daniel Tommasi is an independent international consultant based in Paris. He is the author of various publications on public finance management (PFM) issues including the widely acclaimed "Managing Government Expenditure" published by the Asian Development Bank in 1999. “Managing Public Expenditure: A reference book for transition countries” published by the OECD in 2001 has been written by Mr. Tommasi as well.

Mr. Tommasi brings to the idilmat Capacity Development Network over 30 years of hands-on experience in more than 40 countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and Eastern Europe, and the Pacific Islands in the areas of fiscal policy, public expenditure management and macroeconomic management. He has extensive experience in advising and supporting governments in implementing budgetary reforms, public expenditure programming, debt management and preparing economic strategy and fiscal policy. Of particular added value to the idilmat Capacity Development Network is his broad experience in providing various training and capacity building to government officials as well as staff of development partners in the field of public finance management. He is currently providing training to the European Commission officials in public financial management.

Mr. Tommasi has worked extensively for various development partners, including the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the European Commission, the Asian Development Bank and others. He has participated in the preparation, negotiation and supervision of several programs supported by the IMF and the World Bank, either as a consultant for the World Bank staff or a direct advisor of governments. He has led multiple public expenditure reviews and public expenditure management assessments all over the world.


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