Bridging Research and Policy in Development: Evidence and the change process

Bridging Research and Policy in Development: Evidence and the change process

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Author: Julius Court

Brand: ITDG Publishing


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Number Of Pages: 228

Publisher: ITDG Publishing

Release Date: 20-05-1999

Details: This is a crucial book for international development researchers who want the lessons of their research converted into changes in government and aid agency policy. International policy making, with actors from different countries involved, is extremely complex and - when some of the actors are developing country governments - little studied. This book reviews what we do already know and provides a conceptual framework for future research. Through four case studies, ranging from local to international and from theory to practice, it explores the crucial importance of cultures and structures, people, places and timing. International development work attracts some of the most intelligent entrants to the world of public service, young people who want their commitment to the shaping of a better world to be reflected in the policies of the ministries and agencies they have joined. This book will help to explain to those young people, and their leaders in the international development community, how to bring about the changes in policy that will promote a true pro-poor development, based on the evidence of what works.

EAN: 9781853396038

Package Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.1 x 0.7 inches

Item Condition: UsedVeryGood