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Daniel Rogger

Daniel Rogger

International Research Fellow


PhD Economics, University College London, 2007 - 2014

MPhil Economics, University of Cambridge, 2005 

BSc in Economics, University College London, 1:1, 2004 


Dan is an International Research Fellow of the Institute and works in the World Bank Development Economics Research Group. His fields of interest revolve around the determinants of public service delivery efficiency and effectiveness in the developing world.

Academic outputs

Journal article
We study how the management practices bureaucrats operate under correlate with the quantity of public services delivered, using data from the Nigerian Civil Service.
Journal article
The authors document the correlation between the workplace diversity in bureaucratic organizations and public service delivery in the context of Nigeria.

Reports and comment

Briefing note
In this project, we have partnered with Lambeth Council to design a randomised controlled trial that tests the efficacy of different incentives for citizens to involve themselves in the co-production of public services.
We set out the empirical results and policy implications of new research, which was undertaken in partnership with Lambeth Council and supported with funding from the ESRC.