Assistant Professor of International Development, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
Daniel Honig's first book, Navigation by Judgment: Why and When Top-down Management of Foreign Aid Doesn’t Work, examines the optimal level of autonomy in foreign aid intervention delivery and the role political authorizing environments and measurement regimes play in circumscribing that autonomy. Published by Oxford University Press (2018).
Winner of the Next Horizons Essay Contest, 2014. The contest, organized by the Global Development Network in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, invited original and innovative thinking to inform the ongoing discourse on development assistance.