Dr. Clay G. Wescott is a management consultant, and President of the International Public Management Network. His advisory work, research, and teaching covers political economy, regional cooperation, civil service reform, public finance, decentralization, citizen participation, capacity development and combating corruption. Prior to his current consultancies with the World Bank and Asian Development Bank, he held senior positions with the Asian Development Bank, UNDP, Development Alternatives, Inc., Price Water house and the Harvard Institute for International Development, and taught at Princeton University.
He has degrees in Government from Harvard College (A.B., 1968, Magna cum Laude), and Boston University (Ph.D., 1980).He is an Editorial Board Member of the International Public Management Journal, Comparative Technology Transfer and Society, and International Review of Administrative Sciences. He is Book Review Editor, Governance and Senior Editor of International Public Management Review.