March 28, 2011

Research for development?

Posted: 16:25 PM UTC

by ecdpm on March 28, 2011

A new ECDPM Discussion Paper analyses how research organisations can support broad-based ownership of policies in developing countries.  It examines in which way international support can effectively assist them and provides recommendations. The influence of a research organisation’s work depend to a large extent on the political context and governance system in which it operates say the authors who also argue that deepening discussions on policies in Southern countries is not only a key requirement for effective aid, but is also a legitimate development outcome in its own right. The paper was drafted for the OECD/DAC Working Party on Aid Effectiveness and aims to feed into the discussion for the High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in November.

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