Prof. Christopher Dick-Sagoe teaches masters programmes in public management and public policy at the University of Bostwana, Christopher’s research as a public management expert focuses on the efficient delivery of decentralized public services such as healthcare and education. He accomplishes this by focusing on how the available financial resources shape the spending behaviour of the management of decentralized service providers, as well as the invisible incentives such revenues create for improving the efficiency of decentralized public service delivery. He is, once again, a climate activist who writes about environmental issues. Christopher studied Ph. D in public administration in India. Overall, his research interests are in local government policy, climate change, livelihoods, healthcare, and youth entrepreneurship.