Joseph SteadSenior Policy Analyst at OECD
Joseph Stead is a Senior Policy Analyst on Tax and Development in the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration. He leads the OECD work on tax morale, focussing on what drives voluntary compliance in developing countries. He also works on the role of development cooperation in improving tax policy and administration in developing countries, including co-ordinating the OECD’s tax capacity building programme. Prior to joining the OECD he worked at the NGO Christian Aid, leading aspects of their economic justice policy, including tax, trade and debt policy. He was also the co-chair of the board of the Jubilee Debt Campaign.
Previously Joseph worked in the UK Civil Service, working on asylum and immigration law in the Home Office, and trade and development policy in the Foreign Office. He holds a Master’s degree in African Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and a politics degree from the University of Nottingham.