Jason Rosario Braganza is a Kenyan Economist with over ten years experience working on international development in Africa. Jason has focused his work over the past decade on trade and regional integration; finance for development and tax; illicit financial flows and domestic resource mobilisation; and poverty and inequality. Jason served as the Co-Head and Programme Director of Tax at the International Lawyers Project (ILP). Prior to joining ILP, Jason served as the Deputy Executive Director and Head of Research at Tax Justice Network Africa where he led their work research and advocacy on illicit financial flows and tax justice at the continental and global level. Jason has previously worked as a Senior Analyst at the Development Initiatives - Africa Hub; and Economist the Ministry of East African Community in Kenya. Jason holds a Masters Degree in Development Economics from the University of Sussex (UK), and an Undergraduate Degree in Economics from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.