Roel Dom


I am a development economist and doctoral researcher at the University of Nottingham exploring the political economy of economic policy reform in developing countries. I am also affiliated with the Overseas Development Institute. Before returning to academia, I worked as an economic adviser to the national governments of Burundi and South Sudan.

My research is focussed on the evaluation of recent tax reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa. Given my interdisciplinary background, I maintain primary research interests in the political and societal factors that impact the economic effectiveness of these reforms. My current work looks at the revenue impact of so-called semi-autonomous revenue authorities.