Wei Neng is the Executive Director of the Chandler Institute of Governance. In this capacity, he develops the Institute’s strategic priorities and direction, and oversees research, projects and partnerships with governments and partners worldwide. Wei Neng has worked extensively in the areas of governance and public policy for nearly two decades. He currently holds adjunct appointments with the Centre for Liveable Cities at the Singapore Ministry of National Development, and the Singapore Civil Service College under the Prime Minister’s Office. Prior to this, he managed portfolios in defence policy, energy cooperation, economic policy, climate change, international negotiations, and training and development at the Singapore Ministry of Defence, the Ministry of Trade and Industry, and the Civil Service College. He has taught courses for over 3,500 government leaders and policymakers from over 60 countries. Wei Neng has written or co-authored several books, including Land Acquisition and Resettlement: Securing Resources for Development (2014), Adaptive Governance for a Changing World (2016), and Working with Markets: Harnessing Market Forces and the Private Sector for Development (2017). He graduated with a BA from Oxford University and an MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science.