2012 - 2013
Fernando Rojas earned his Master's degree in Public Administration (M.P.A.) at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; his LL.M. at Harvard Law School; International Tax Program Certificate at Harvard Law School; and completed Law Studies at the Law School, Rosario University in Bogota, Colombia. Prior to joining CLALS, Rojas worked for 12 years with the World Bank as a Lead Public Sector Management Specialist for the Latin America and the Caribbean (LCR) Region, working on a wide range of topics such as state reform, fiscal decentralization, public management and institutional development, both at national and subnational levels in countries like Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.
Fernando Rojas’ publications include Elementos de Finanzas Publicas en Colombia (Temis, Bogota, 1985, with O. Alviar); "Economia Publica Contemporánea: Restructuración Gradual e Imperceptible de una Disciplina” (ESAP, Bogota, 1996); “The Demand for Governance and Quality of Government”, “At the Crossroads of Decentralization: Recentralization, Federalization”, “Reform of Public Administration and of the State in Colombia”, in Colombia: The Economic Foundations of Peace (The World Bank 2003); and “Partnering for Services in Santa Cruz, Bolivia” and “Partnering for Services for Planning and Management in Cali, Colombia”, in Leadership and Innovation in Subnational Government: Case Studies from Latin America (WBI Development Studies, The World Bank 2003).
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