A naturalized citizen of Mexico, John Mill Ackerman Rose is an expert in corruption control, elections, transparency, accountability, autonomous institutions and citizen participation. He received his master's degree and doctor of philosophy degree in political sociology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He is Senior Consultant to the World Bank, and was coordinator of the National Working Group on Transparency, Oversight and Accountability of the National Fiscal Convention in Mexico. He has also been a consultant with USAID, OECD, UNDP, Global Integrity, International Budget Project, Open Society Institute and in Mexico with the Secretary of the Public Function, the Supreme Court, the Chamber of Deputies and the Government of Mexico City. He edits the Mexican Law Review.
Comentario a la reforma constitucional en materia electoral de 2007, Boletín Mexicano de Derecho Comparado (2008)
The Limits of Transparency: the Case of Mexico's Electoral Ballots, Mexican Law Review (2007)
Estructura Institucional para la Rendición de Cuentas: Lecciones Internacionales y Reformas Futuras (2006)
What Mexico really needs from Obama, Los Angeles Times (2009)
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