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Philipp Krause

Team Leader, Public Finance

Portrait of Philipp Krause

Philipp Krause leads the public finance team at CAPE, as well as the BSI research programme. His research interests cover public administration, budgeting, and fiscal governance, as well as monitoring and evaluation. Philipp has previously worked on public sector issues for the German Technical Cooperation and the World Bank, and has advised governments in Latin America, Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. He has held visiting scholar positions at NYU, the German Development Institute and the University of Maryland; and is an executive education faculty member of the Harvard Kennedy School. Philipp holds an MA from the University of Potsdam and a PhD from the LSE.​

  1. The service delivery agenda: beware, there be doughnuts!

  2. The science of delivery and the art and politics of institutional change


  3. The 2013 CAPE conference: budgeting in the real world


  4. Book launch: The International Handbook of Public Financial Management


  5. Meet your new friend, the finance minister

  6. Budgeting in the real world: the 2013 CAPE Conference framing paper


  7. Taxation for development: What can we learn from Latin America?


  8. Reforming Public Finances in Nepal

  9. Operational risk assessment of public financial management in Nepal: a review of challenges and opportunities

    Research reports

  10. European launch: Public financial management and its emerging architecture


  11. The role, responsibilities, structure and evolution of central finance agencies

    Book/book chapter

  12. The origins of modern finance ministries: an evolutionary account based on the history of Britain and Germany

    Working papers

  13. Linking public financial management dimensions to development priorities

    Working papers

  14. Of institutions and butterflies: is isomorphism in developing countries necessarily a bad thing?

    Working papers

  15. What does debt mean for governance?

  16. Of institutions and butterflies

  17. Public financial management reforms in fragile states: the case of West Bank and Gaza

    Research reports

  18. Public finance reform in fragile states: grounds for cautious optimism?


  19. Public financial management reform in fragile states: grounds for cautious optimism?

    Briefing/policy papers

  20. The sequencing debate is over… or is it?