Christiane Arndt leads the OECD Programme on Measuring Regulatory Performance, aimed at assisting countries assess the impact of their regulations and regulatory policy. This work includes developing a framework for regulatory policy evaluation, providing guidance on the use of perception surveys, and developing indicators of regulatory policy. Ms. Arndt also works on OECD country reviews, and has participated in the public governance reviews of Poland and Hungary, while also leading implementation support activities for one-stop-shops in Hungary. Prior to joining the OECD Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate in 2008, she worked at the OECD Development Centre, the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and the World Bank on governance indicators and the impact of governance on economic outcomes. Ms. Arndt is a member of the advisory committee of Transparency International‟s Corruption Perceptions Index. She holds a Ph.D. in Political Economy and a Master's Degree in International Business Studies, both from the University of Maastricht, as well as a Master's Degree in International Politics from Sciences Po in Paris.