Speaker - Mohammed Amin Adam

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Before joining ACEP, Mohammed was the Coordinator of Ibis’s extractives industries programme in Africa. He has also worked as the Oil Coordinator of Publish What You Pay Ghana. His experience in the public sector covered his work as an Energy Policy Analyst at the Ministry of Energy in Ghana, Commissioner of Ghana’s Public Utilities and Regulatory Commission; and as a former Deputy Minister and Mayor of Ghana’s third city of Tamale. He has consulted for national, African and international organizations including the world Bank, GIZ, African Parliamentarians against Corruption, Ghana’s Public Interest and Accountability Committee, Ghana’s Ministry of Energy, Oxfam America, and served as a member of the consortium that worked on Ghana’s first EITI Report on Oil and Gas. He also participated in design meetings for two global governance initiatives – the Open Governance Partnership and Open Contracting. Mohammed is a PhD Candidate at the University of Dundee specializing on fiscal policy options in resource rich economies. He holds an Mphil (Economics) and B.A.(Hons) Economics from the University of Cape Coast.

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The Power of Data: Extractives Data Event

10.09.14 | 01:53:59 min | 0 comments