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Tomas Lievens

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Director, Social Policy
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Tomas Lievens is an experienced health economist with expertise in quantitative research, health financing, health labour markets and health insurance. Much of his work is concerned with issues of access, financial protection and equity in health. He has carried out several health expenditure reviews, tracking surveys and costing studies, often to inform health financing strategies. He has done extensive work on fiscal space analysis for health and AIDS services and on health worker motivation and behaviour to improve health labour market outcomes. Currently he is Director of the Social Policy Programme at Oxford Policy Management. Previously, he was an International Labour Organisation regional advisor in Africa, senior advisor to the Belgian minister for international development, and consulted with Philippe Naert. He holds an engineering degree from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium and a master's degree in economics from the University of Nottingham.

Uganda
Jul 2015 - Feb 2017
Mozambique
March - July 2015
Benin
February - June 2015
Solomon Islands
Jan 2015 - Apr 2016
International
Jan 2015 - Oct 2015
Bangladesh
2014-2017
Ethiopia
Oct 2014-April 2015
Kazakhstan
2014 - 2015
Africa
March 2014 - August 2015
Timor-Leste
2014 - 2015
Morocco
November 2013-April 2015
Africa
Aug 2013 - March 2014
India
2013-2016
International
2012-2016
International
2011-2012
Vietnam
June - December 2011
International
June - December 2011
Tanzania
2011-2013
South Africa
2010-2013
Liberia
2010-2011
Nepal
2010-2013
Nepal
2010-2013
International
August - November 2010
International
2010-2011
Zambia
2010-2013
Nepal
April - October 2010
Timor-Leste
March - September 2010
Pakistan
March - August 2010
Cambodia
February - June 2010
Democratic Republic of the Congo
2009-2011
Liberia
November - December 2009
Cambodia
October - December 2012
Moldova
February - March 2009
South Africa
2008-2010
South Africa
June 2008
Sierra Leone
April - July 2008
Lesotho
April - August 2008
Cambodia
2007-2008
Yemen
2007-2008
Kenya
September - December 2007
Macedonia
2007-2008
International
2007-2008
Kenya
2007-2010
Ghana
January - June 2007
Belize
2007-2008
Indonesia
2006-2008
Burkina Faso
June 2006
Bangladesh
March - June 2003