Jaime Chua is a Senior Director, Public Sector Development, at The Asia Foundation. His role includes designing and evaluating economic development and governance reform programs in East Asia and South Asia. His recent research and field work relate to the microeconomic foundations of regulatory reform in Indonesia; the local political dynamics of community-based development in conflict areas in the Philippines; and local governance reform in Cambodia. He received his Doctorate (2010) from Case Western Reserve University in interdisciplinary studies of Management and Economics. Jaime is a visiting scholar at New Mexico State University’s Doctor of Economic Development program. He joined MAPS in 2012.
- microeconomic foundations of regulatory reform in Indonesia
- local political dynamics of community-based development in conflict areas in the Philippines
- local governance reform in Cambodia
- PhD, Management and Economics, Case Western Reserve University