I am a social science / public policy researcher who enjoys asking questions and inviting others to join me in pursuing them. Have lived and worked in four continents and have served clients that range from local, state and national governments, bilateral and multilateral development agencies, and for-profit and non-profit institutions for higher education.

I am interested in bridging the gap between research and practice in the field of public policy by 1) conducting quality impact evaluations with policy relevance and 2) drawing lessons from an international repertoire of good learning cases in public policy.

The title of the blog comes from Daniel Kahneman’s book “Thinking Fast and Slow“.


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