To carry out a research stay at the Centre on Governance, Brahim Belacel is the recipient of a residential scholarship abroad (PNE) from the algerian ministry of higher education and scientific research. His research interests include public finance reform, good governance, budget transparency, public accounting and public policy development. He has been teaching since 2016 at the higher school of management and digital economy (HSMDE) in Algeria, where he is a lecturer in corporate taxation and general economics. Brahim spent six (06) years working in the Algerian ministry of finance, first as a divisional inspector of the treasury, accounting and insurance, then as project and studies officer in the services of the treasury department of the State of the General Directorate of the Treasury. He was also an assistant Professor class "B" for two (02) years at the Faculty of law and political science of the University M'Hamed Bougara de Boumerdès in Algeria, while defending the multidisciplinary and the confrontation of the human and social sciences (political sciences, public administration, economics, finance, law ...). Brahim holds a bachelor's degree in economics and political science from the University of Algiers 3, a doctorate in law and public finance management from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and a master's degree in economics and political science of the University of Algiers 3. He is preparing a second thesis in political science at the University of Algiers 3 on the reform of the budgetary system in Algeria under the co-supervision of Professor Geneviève Tellier of the School of Political Studies of the University of Ottawa. He was previously selected for a research and development internship at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Arab Monetary Fund (AMF) and at the Center for European Studies at Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University.