- Daniel Sabet is currently a Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. He has over 19 years of experience researching, evaluating, and supporting democracy, human rights, and governance interventions in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. As a Technical Director at Social Impact, Daniel has evaluated interventions by USAID, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, US State Department, and non-government organizations. He has also taught as a visiting professor at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and founded a research center at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. Daniel has particular expertise on issues of public sector reform in diverse policy arenas, including policing, the energy sector, public financial management, public procurement, and the civil service. His work also focuses on issues of corruption and the role of citizens and civil society in creating government accountability. He is the author of Police Reform in Mexico (2012, Stanford University Press), Nonprofits and their Networks (2008, Arizona University Press), and co-author of Understanding Political Science Research Methods (2013, Routledge). Daniel has a PhD in Political Science from Indiana University.
SIS-750 Res/Prof Meth in Int'l Affairs: Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval