Emmanuel Letouzé is a regular consultant for the UN and the OECD and a PhD candidate in Demography at U.C. Berkeley, currently serving as a non-resident Fellow at the International Peace Institute and an advisor on Big Data and official statistics for the OECD-Paris21. In 2011-2012 he worked as a development economist on the UN Global Pulse team, where he wrote Global Pulse’s white paper Big Data for Development: Challenges and Opportunities (May 2012), and was the lead author of the OECD 2013 Fragile States report. From 2006 to 2009 he worked for UNDP in New York and from 2000 to 2004 for the French Ministry of Finance in Vietnam. Emmanuel graduated from Sciences Po Paris (Diplôme, 1999, MA in Economic Demography, 2000) and Columbia University (MA in International Affairs, 2006) where he was a Fulbright fellow. He is also a political cartoonist for various media outlet.