Making policies work

Blog x Political Economy Analysis x

You can sort content on date or relevance using the buttons on the right or narrow down your search using the filters on the left.

1 - 9 (of 9 ) results for ''

Sort by date / relevance

The ACP and WTO: Ambitions in trade and development

Blog | Published on 16-07-2015

Alfonso Medinilla

By now the discussions on the future of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group beyond 2020 a [...]

Infrastructure in Africa: on Technical Fixes and Politics

Blog | Published on 17-12-2014

By Bert Jacobs, University of Antwerp (part of the ECDPM-theIDLGroup project on the Political Econom [...]

“Wicked hard problems” and isomorphic what?

Blog | Published on 08-03-2012

Bruce Byiers

Lant Pritchett, a Harvard University Professor, was the keynote speaker at the OECD Development Cent [...]

The Four As of Thinking and Acting Politically (and Avoiding ‘Purposeless Muddling’)…

Blog | Published on 21-12-2013

Bruce Byiers

This week the OECD Development Co-operation Directorate (DAC) Network on Governance hosted a worksho [...]

ODA Reform: Change for the Sake of Change?

Blog | Published on 24-03-2014

+++ Guest post by William Hynes+++Official Development Assistance (ODA) has for 45 years been the gl [...]

Regional Programming for the 11th European Development Fund

Blog | Published on 24-03-2014

The mood at the 2013 African Economic Conference was clear - progress on regional integration in Afr [...]

Is There a Future for Political Economy Analysis in the European Commission?

Blog | Published on 26-07-2013

Jean Bossuyt

At the end of June, the European Commission s (EC) Capacity4Dev website posted a message saying that [...]

Political Economy: Will Africa’s Leaders Finally Walk the Talk?

Blog | Published on 07-10-2013

The citizens of the African continent have been introduced to one grand vision of development after [...]

Towards a more coherent EU external action: Where does the ACP fit?

Blog | Published on 02-03-2015

Discussing ACP-EU relations in a silo is a risky choice, Jean Bossuyt and Andrew Sherriff explain wh [...]