Dominic Vena

Dominic Vena

Research & Content Development Fellow

Dominic recently received his Master’s degree in Accounting, Organizations, and Institutions from the London School of Economics. At the LSE, Dominic focused his research on financial policy in developing countries, corporate governance, and accounting for intangible assets. Specifically, Dominic highlighted the issues in adopting Western accounting policies as a strategy for developing countries to increase transparency in their markets. Prior to his graduate degree, Dominic was a Community and Youth Development volunteer in Peace Corps Armenia where he coauthored numerous grants and carried out projects related to gender equality and youth development. Dominic holds an undergraduate degree from George Mason University in Anthropology and Art History and currently works at the U.S. Department of the Treasury under the Office of the Chief Information Officer. As a Research and Content Developer Fellow at EFI, Dominic focuses his research on finance, trade, and poverty.