Thor-Jurgen Greve LøbergPartner
Programme/project management and implementation (planning & budgeting); socio-economic analysis and research; practical application of quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods and tools, including cost-benefit analysis, forecast models, socio-economic appraisals, (DAC) impact and performance assessments, and country-level policy and institutional assessment; climate finance and adaption; macroeconomic analysis and public financial management, with specialisation in public debt sustainability and management (cross-country knowledge and the ability to link macro, institutional, and micro-level behaviour); strategic partnerships and aid effectiveness; project planning, management and implementation; Theory of Change (ToC), Results-based Management (RbM), LFA, and M&E frameworks; extensive development finance experience with international financial institutions, regional development banks, OECD and non-OECD bilateral aid agencies, multilateral development banks, and Nordic multilateral agencies; knowledge management and strategies for communications & outreach.
- MSc Management and Implementation of Development Projects (MIDP), University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester, UK (1997)
- BSc Political Science (Int'l Political Economy), Brandeis University, Mass., USA (1990)
- Post-graduate training in public debt management, debt sustainability analysis, and fiscal sustainability analysis, environmental impact assessment, log frame analysis, monitoring & evaluation, international negotiation skills.
|Thematic experience||Technical Experience|
|• Macro-fiscal and growth||• Evaluations/appraisal/review techniques|
|• Public debt management and sustainability||• Project design, planning and management methodologies|
|• International development finance and strategic partnerships||• Cross-country macro and PFM analytical tools|
|• Climate finance and adaptation||• Theory of change and result-based management approach|
Albania, Burkina Faso, Croatia, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Finland, The Gambia, Ghana, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Norway, Senegal, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Tanzania, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, UK, USA, Yemen, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.