Ildirim Valley

Ildrim Valley is a fellow of ODI based in Myanmar. He holds a Masters degree from the Toulouse School of Economics.

Content by Ildirim Valley
  • Blog post

    Government decentralisation and reform in Myanmar’s roads sector

    Myanmar is in the midst of an historic shift towards a more democratic and responsive government. In a radical departure from a highly centralised structure, the 2008 Constitution established 14 sub-national governments, with partially elected parliaments. In addition to their devolved political authority, a range of finance and administrative functions were ceded to this...

    19 Jul 2018 | Ildirim Valley

  • Publication - Project Report

    Where the rubber hits the road: A review of decentralisation in Myanmar and the roads sector

    20 Jun 2018 | Ildirim Valley, Hein Aung Kyaw, Nan Sandi, Lachlan McDonald

  • Project

    Functional and expenditure assignments in Myanmar

    Decentralisation of fiscal power and responsibilities to sub-national governments is essential to achieve the emergence of a united federal democratic union as well as to achieve the government’s key policy objective of creating favourable economic conditions for balanced economic development across the States and Regions. Recent decentralisation reforms have empowered...

    14 Jul 2017 | Ildirim Valley, Hein Aung Kyaw, Lachlan McDonald