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Mia Katan

Mia Katan

Research Associate

mia.katan@opengovpartnership.org

Mia Katan joined the Open Government Partnership in April 2020. She holds a master’s degree in Governance, Development & Public Policy from the Institute of Development Studies, where she also worked as a research assistant for the Governance Cluster. As an undergraduate at Brandeis University, Mia studied International & Global Studies and Politics and spent semesters abroad in The Hague and Northern Uganda to conduct research on international criminal law. She has also served as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Vietnam and worked as a paralegal at the Department of Justice.

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Don’t Let Cash Slip Away: Strengthening Government Oversight of Stimulus Spending Through Disclosure and Public Participation

Explore why public participation and disclosure are crucial elements for a robust government oversight mechanism. This is the third blog in a limited series on strengthening government oversight of stimulus spending.

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Don’t Let Cash Slip Away: Strengthening Government Oversight of Stimulus Spending Through Robust Institutions with Broad Mandates

Explore how oversight bodies with strong legal and actual institutional strength and a broad mandate can contribute to effective stimulus oversight during the pandemic. This is the second blog in a limited series on strengthening government oversight of stimulus spending.

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