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									                                  Mr. Emmanuel CUVILLIER
RESIDENCES IN FRANCE 55 rue Richard Coeur de Lion 47000 AGEN (Tel: 33- 29 Bis
rue Pierre Demours 75017 PARIS (Tel: 33-; Mobile : (33)
E-mail addresses: cuvillier@hotmail.com and cuvillier@undp.org.vn
Mobile in Abu Dhabi: (971-50) 650.51.59

Languages                English and French;
Expertise                Senior Economist;
Grade                    Grade D.1 in the UN System (currently under ALD A5/2 Contract);
Networks                 Member of the World Bank “Public Expenditure Technical Group”:
                         Consultant of the CFAA working group (Country Financial Accountability
                         Assessment) - World Bank - ;
                         Member of the World Bank “Decentralization Technical Group”:
                         Member of the IMF Panel of Fiscal Experts (Fiscal Affairs Department):
                         Member of the “International Public Management Network” (IPMN):
Citizenship              French
Date of Birth            10th July 1955 (Versailles -FRANCE-)
Marital Status           Married to a Chinese national;
Decoration               Knight of the National Order (MADAGASCAR);
Other                    Federal Aeronautics Certificate (FRANCE)

Referees                 Mr. Nadir HADJ-HAMMOU, United Nations Resident coordinator,
                         United Arab Emirates
                         Mr. Jordan RYAN, United Nations Resident Coordinator, Vietnam
                         Mr. Martin RAMA, World Bank Lead Economist, Vietnam
                         Mr. Kazi M. MATIN, World Bank Regional Lead Economist, Thailand
                         Mr. Andrew STEER, World Bank Director, Indonesia

                                            KEY SKILLS

     Public Sector Policy             Emmanuel CUVILLIER has 22 years development experience
     Public Expenditure               in the design and management of implementation programs in
      Management                       developing economies with a specific focus on reform of
     Team Leadership                  financial and economic management systems. He has
     Public Administration Reform     designed and led teams which have successfully implemented
      Design                           reforms to the institutions and processes of budgeting,
     Economies in Transition          resource allocations, and financial management. These are
      Reform                           now being extensively adopted by international agencies in
     Sector Policy and Financing      assistance to financial and economic reforms. Emmanuel
     Intergovernmental Financial      CUVILLIER has worked extensively in expenditure reforms
      Relations                        and public administration, providing strategic advice and
                                       technical assistance at Prime Ministerial and Ministerial level
                                       in Asia, Middle-East, Africa and the Caribbean.

CV-EN-CUVILLIER- UNDP FEB. 2003                                                                          1

                New-York -U.S.A.-

Position: Senior Economist (Consultant: Budget Specialist and Team Leader)
Ministry of Finance & Industry, Abu Dhabi - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-
The Federal Government of the UAE is introducing a comprehensive package of public expenditure
management reforms aimed at greatly improving the efficiency and effectiveness of federal spending. The
reform package includes the introduction of strategic budgeting, decentralization of expenditure control
procedures, modernization of the information systems used in government financial management and more
efficient cash management. Most of these reforms will be introduced concurrently in all federal ministries
and autonomous agencies in the next three years. The team leader provides leadership, direction, and quality
assurance for the activities of the advisory team.

                New-York -U.S.A.-

Position: Senior Economist and UN International Resident Advisor
Ministry of Finance, Hanoi -VIETNAM- (UNDP VIE/96/028: PER, Phase II)
www.undp.org.vn/projects/vie96028/index.htm and www.mof.gov.vn
My tasks are divided between the preparation and implementation of the Budget Reform, aiming at
improving the Public Expenditure Management (PEM) system - including the revision of the Organic
Budget Law, the unification of the three accounting systems (State Budget Department, State Treasury
Department and General Taxation Department), the regular process of Public Expenditure Review (PER)
with a focus on poverty alleviation, at both national and provincial levels, the development and
implementation of sectoral Medium Term Expenditure Frameworks (MTEF) in the Education and Health
sectors, the follow up on public debt management (external and domestic) and State enterprises
equitization, etc. - and Capacity Building activities on PEM / MTEF / PER issues, which are based on a
“learning by doing” approach. These activities include the permanent training of high-level decision-
makers (Government and National Assembly) at central and provincial levels with the main objective
being to illustrate for Vietnamese officials the full range of issues associated with public expenditure -
fiscal policy, management, analysis, and institutions. Participants are introduced to the concepts in each
of these areas and provided with practical tools for use in their current assignments.

Supplementary activities:
- Lectures given on a regular basis at the Hanoi National Economic University, the Ho Chi Minh City
  University of Economics, and the National Academy of Finance on PEM and PER topics;
- Preparation of PER, MTEF Guidelines and other methodological papers at the request of the Government
  of Vietnam (refer below to a non-exhaustive list of publications);
- Participation in the activities of the Vietnam Poverty Task Force, including the formulation of the
  Comprehensive Poverty Reduction and Growth Strategy (CPRGS) ;
- Formulation and implementation of the components of the Public Administration Reform (PAR) with a
  particular focus on the Financial Reform to be implemented as of January 2003;
- Formulation of the five-year parliamentary development program on Budget Oversight that will be
  implemented with the technical and financial support of the donors’ community as of January 2003;
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- Organization of PEM study tours abroad for high-ranking Vietnamese officials in collaboration with
  the World Bank (www.worldbank.org/publicsector/pe/vietnamclinic.htm).

1995-1999       THE WORLD BANK
                Washington D.C. -USA-

Position: Long Term Consultant
My duties and responsibilities entailed analytical and methodological support to the countries covered by
the Central Africa and Indian Ocean Department of the Africa Region, in particular Madagascar but also
Cameroon, Chad, Congo-Kinshasa, Gabon and Comoros. This support ranged from everyday
management tasks, including monitoring and data base management, to more complex tasks such as
Country Assistance Strategy (CAS) preparations and monitoring, structural adjustment credit (SAC)
preparations and negotiations, policy framework papers (PFP) including relevant development policies,
country economic memorandum (CEM), economic reports, poverty alleviation reports, public
expenditure reviews (6 PER missions conducted between 1996 and 1999 in four countries), improvement
of budget procedures requested by country clients, development and implementation of medium-term
expenditure framework (MTEF), assistance provided in the revision of the World Bank “Public
Expenditure Management Handbook” (French and English versions) and the preparation of the World
Bank Public Expenditure Management (PEM) Toolkit.

Supplementary activities:
- Task Team Leader for the formulation and the supervision of the MADAGASCAR Public Sector Capacity
  Building Project (PAIGEP) implemented with 7 components: 1/ Support to the PM’s Office for the
  Structural Adjustment Program, including the management of the Structural Adjustment Steering
  Committee; 2/ Support to the National Institute of Statistics; 3/ Support to the Finance and Budget
  Departments; 4/ Support to the Planning and Economy Departments; 5/ Civil Service reform; 6/
  Decentralization; and 7/ Reform of the Legal and Judicial Framework. This Project was rated as
  HIGHLY SATISFACTORY (Rated « 1 ») by the Quality Assurance Group (QAG) of the World Bank in
  October 1999.
- Peer Reviewer of the PREM (Poverty Reduction and Economic Management) Network: (i) Public
  Expenditure Management (ii) Public Expenditure Reviews (PERs) (iii) World Bank Projects.
- PREM Network permanent participation in four Thematic Groups: (1) Public Expenditure (Main
  focus); (2) Tax Administration; (3) Civil Service Reform; and (4) Decentralization.


1994-1995: Senior Economist and Lead Advisor of the Technical Secretariat for Adjustment (STA),
Prime Minister's Office - Republic of MADAGASCAR -
Technical assistance provided in the creation and operational implementation of the STA, in charge of
monitoring structural and sectoral reforms of the Structural Adjustment Program (SAP)
(World Bank financing: Economic Management and Social Action Project -EMSAP-)
1993-1994: Senior Economist and Technical Advisor: Ministry of Finance and Budget (Budgetary
Reform Committee) and Ministry of Economy and Planning -Republic of MADAGASCAR-
(World Bank financing: Economic Management and Social Action Project -EMSAP-)
1991-1992: Senior Economist and Chief Technical Advisor - Ministry of Finance, Budget, Economy and
Planning - Moroni - Federal Islamic Republic of COMOROS
World Bank management with a UNDP financing (Strengthening of the Structural Adjustment Program’s
Negotiation Capacity with the Bretton-Woods Institutions -COI/90/005-); and a World Bank financing
(Macro Economic Reform and Capacity Building Program -MERCAP-)
CV-EN-CUVILLIER- UNDP FEB. 2003                                                                        3
1990-1991: Development Economist and Advisor - Ministry of Budget / Ministry of Planning
Kinshasa -Democratic Republic of CONGO-
(World Bank financing: Institutional Support Program for Economic and Financial Management -

                SOCIETE FRANÇAISE DE CONSEIL (S.F.C. SEDES / CEGOS Consulting services)
                Paris -FRANCE-
1987-1990: Development Economist in charge of Public Expenditure Management (PEM) and fiscal
decentralization issues - Support to Economic and Physical Planning Project - ZAI/86/001
Ministry of Budget and Ministry of Planning, Kinshasa -Democratic Republic of CONGO-
(UN-ESAD financing).
1987: Program officer in charge of :
- A quantitative study on development aid policies and practices of multilateral organizations;
- A study on the World Bank’s Structural Adjustment Programs (SAP) in Sub Saharan Africa;
- A market study on World Bank financed consulting services;
- The preparation of economic information papers (ECODEV Records) on developing economies.
1985-1987: Economist / Lead Technical Advisor of the Presidency’s Ministry in charge of Planning,
Presidency of the Republic, N’Djamena - Republic of CHAD-
(European Union financing)

                New York -USA-

Position: Development Economist - Economic Development Planning Project (DMI/81/002)
Economic Development Unit - Prime Minister’s Office -
Roseau - Commonwealth of DOMINICA - (West-Indies)

                Paris -FRANCE-

Position: Economic Attaché - Bureau for Economic Expansion (PEE) -
French Embassy in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of CONGO.


       1981: University of Paris-9 Dauphine: Diplôme d’Etudes Appliquées (D.E.A.) in Economics
              [DOCTORAL LEVEL]
       1978: University of Paris-9 Dauphine: Diplôme d’Etudes Supérieures Spécialisées (DE.S.S.) in
              International Economic Development [DOCTORAL LEVEL]
       1978: Amiens Business School (France): Ecole Supérieure de Commerce et d’Administration
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              des Entreprises; D.E.S.C.AF. Diploma (Specializing in Financial Management)
              [MBA Equivalent]
       1977: University of Paris-10 Nanterre: Master in Economics (Specializing in Financial


       Proposal for developing and implementing an Expenditure Management Reform Program in the
        United Arab Emirates (February 2003);
       Participation in the formulation of a five-year multi-donor program on “Strengthening the Budget
        Process and Oversight Capacity of the National Assembly and the People’s Councils in Vietnam”
        (July 2002): www.undp.org.vn;
       Making Budget Allocations More Rational through MTEF Development and Operational
        Implementation (May 2002): www.undp.org.vn/projects/vie96028/index.htm;
       Public Administration Reform (PAR): What are the Key Orientations to Envisage? (April 2002):
       Public Expenditure Management Glossary (March 2002):
       2001 Public Expenditure Reviews in the Vietnamese provinces of Ho Chi Minh City (July 2001),
        Quang Binh (September 2001), and Bac Ninh (March 2002):
       Vietnam: Developing a Modeling Tool for Policy Analysis in Education (October 2001)
       Synthetic Guidelines for Conducting a Provincial Public Expenditure Review of the Transport
        Sector (September 2001): www.undp.org.vn/projects/vie96028/index.htm;
       Synthetic Guidelines for Conducting a Provincial Public Expenditure Review (PPER) of the
        Education Sector (July 2001): www.undp.org.vn/projects/vie96028/index.htm;
       Synthetic Guidelines for Conducting a Provincial Public Expenditure Review (PPER) of the
        Health Sector (June 2001): www.undp.org.vn/projects/vie96028/index.htm;
       “Vietnam: Improving State Budget Revenue and Expenditure Management through the State
        Treasury System” (September 2001):
       Vietnam Public Administration Reform (PAR) Strategy: Section related to the Financial
        Management Reform -Program Nr 6- (May 2001);
       “Improving the Budgetary Process in Vietnam” (March 2001):
       Vietnam: Managing Public Resources Better, Public Expenditure Review 2000 (Volume 1: Main
        Report; Volume 2: Annexes): Assistance provided in analyzing the efficiency of the Budgetary
        Process: www-wds.worldbank.org/ (Type VIETNAM in the search window on the top of the
        page and click on “in reports”);
       Improving the Budget-Norm System of Allocations for Recurrent Expenditures in Vietnam
        (September 2000) www.undp.org.vn/projects/vie96028/index.htm;
       Guidelines for Conducting a Public Expenditure Review (PER) in Vietnam (September 2000)
       Possible Options for Implementing a Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) in Vietnam
        (July 2000): www.undp.org.vn/projects/vie96028/index.htm;
       Guidelines for Developing and Implementing a Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF)
        in Vietnam (January 2000): www.undp.org.vn/projects/vie96028/index.htm;
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       What is a Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF)? (December 1999):
       Participation in the revision of the World Bank “Public Expenditure Management Handbook”
        (Revised English version + revision of the French translation), Poverty Reduction and Economic
        Management Network (December 1999):
       Participation in the preparation of the World Bank “Public Expenditure Management Toolkit”
        (PEM Diagnostic) built around three critical levels of good governance in the allocation and use
        of public resources: Fiscal discipline; Strategic allocations of resources; and Efficiency in service
        delivery (January-August 1999):
       Regulations for Programming and Monitoring the Three-Year Minimum Program (PTM) in the
        Congo-Kinshasa (July 1999);
       Congo Kinshasa: 1999-2000 Recurrent and Capital Budget + Public Investment Program (PIP)
        1999-2002 (July 1999);
       Madagascar 1999 Public Expenditure Review: Primary Education and Health, Helping the Poor -
        WB Task Manager - (May 1999);
       Madagascar: Accounting Plan for All Public Operations (PCOP), including the State Accounting
        Plan, the Accounting Plan for Local Governments, and the Accounting Plan for Public Agencies,
        with Mr. Dominique Bouley, IMF Fiscal Affairs Department (April 1999);
       Evaluation of Primary Education and Basic Health in Madagascar with their Financing: Service
        Delivery Survey in 9 rural and urban Municipalities (December 1998);
       Republic of Madagascar: 1998 Public Expenditure Review - WB Task Manager - (November
       Madagascar: An Agenda for Growth and Poverty Reduction -World Bank Country Economic
        Memorandum- with Mr. Juan Zalduendo (October 1998).
       Republic of Madagascar: 1997 Public Expenditure Review - WB Task Manager - (October
       Republic of Madagascar: Economic and Financial Glossary, Office of the Prime Minister
        www.simicro.mg/sta (September 1997);
       Synthesis Note on the Decentralization Process in Madagascar, with Mr. Philippe Melchior from
        the French Ministry of the Interior (July 1997);
       General Policy and Civil Service Reform Strategy in Madagascar (June 1997);
       Guidelines for Preparing and Implementing the General Budget and its Annexed Budgets in
        Madagascar (April 1997);
       Country Assistance Strategy for Madagascar, with Mr. Ali Mansoor (January 1997);
       Organizing Public Expenditure Programs in Madagascar (September 1996);
       Global Treasury Operations (OGT) in Madagascar (July 1996);
       Republic of Gabon: Preparatory Report of the 1996 Public Expenditure Review (November
       Republic of Madagascar: 1996 Public Expenditure Review - WB Task Manager - (October
       Republic of Chad: 1996 Public Expenditure Review - WB Task Manager - (July 1996);
       Organizing Public Expenditure Programs in Chad (May 1996);
       Regulations for Programming and Monitoring the Public Investment Program (PIP) in Chad
        (April 1996);
       United Republic of Cameroon: 1996 Public Expenditure Review - WB Task Manager - (April
       Organizing Public Expenditure Programs in Cameroon (February 1996);
       Feasibility Studies of PIP Projects in Madagascar (November 1995);

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       Public Investment Program (PIP): Preparation and Implementation of Missions for Controlling
        Investment Projects in the Field (September 1995);
       Public Investment Program (PIP): Guidelines for Presenting Projects’ Files (August 1995);
       Organizing and Financing a Fund for PIP Project Studies (July 1995).
       IMF and Macroeconomic Framework (April 1995);
       Macroeconomic Forecasts and Budget Preparation (August 1994);
       Guidelines for Evaluating and Selecting New PIP Projects (June 1994);
       Guidelines for Evaluating the Recurrent Costs of Investment Projects (May 1994);
       Project Management and Evaluation according to the Methodology of the Logical Framework
        (February 1994);
       Economic Analysis of Projects (January 1994);
       Financial Analysis of Projects (November 1993);
       Budgetary Reform in Madagascar (May 1993);
       Guidelines for the Evaluation of Social Projects Using Efficiency-Effectiveness Methodology
        (February 1992) ;
       Detailed Economic Evaluation of Projects using Effects’ Methodology (May 1991);
       Economic Analysis of Projects and Evaluation Using the Methodology of Reference Costs (May
       Congo-Kinshasa : 2nd Five-Year Plan of Economic and Social Development 1991-1995:
        Macroeconomic and Financial Sections (December 1990);
       The New Budget Classification in the Congo-Kinshasa (with Mr. Jacques Dumonceau), Ministry
        of Budget (May 1990).
       Definition and Implementation of an Operational Financial and Physical Monitoring System for
        Public Investments in the Congo-Kinshasa (September 1989);
       Elaboration and Implementation of a Regional Planning System in the Congo-Kinshasa (January
       Micro-Realizations Program of the European Community Commission in Chad (October 1987).
       Improving the Economic Planning System in Chad (November 1986) ;
       Quantitative Study on Development Aid Policies and Practices of Multilateral Organizations -
        SEDES- (April 1986);
       Study on the World Bank’s Structural Adjustment Programs (SAP) in Sub Saharan Africa -
        SEDES- (October 1985);
       Market Study on World Bank Financed Consulting Services –SEDES/CEGOS- Caisse des
        Dépôts et Consignation (June 1985);
       Comparative Analysis of Seven Economic Planning Systems in the Caribbean Area: Dominica,
        Antigua & Barbuda, Saint-Lucia, Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, Haiti and Jamaica (March
       Proposals for the Modernization of the Economic and Physical Planning System in the
        Commonwealth of Dominica (September 1983);
       Commonwealth of Dominica: Ten-Year Structural Development Plan 1981-1990 (February
       Analysis of the Portfolio of Public Investment Projects in the Commonwealth of Dominica
        (December 1980);
       Analyzing the Economic Performance of the Mining Sector in the Congo-Kinshasa (October


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