Crowdsourcing as a research tool

Crowdsourcing as a research tool

How useful is crowdsourcing for research in conflict-affected areas? Suda Perera discusses this question in her new paper.

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The donor's dilemma

The donor's dilemma

Niheer Dasandi and Lior Erez suggest how donors can think politically about the difficult choices involved in aid for non-democractic yet 'developmental' governments.

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Collective Action

Collective Action

This new concept brief suggests issues for external actors to take into account in considering how - and whether - to support collective action.

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Latest from DLP

Developmental leadership: putting inclusiveness first

Inclusiveness should be the first step towards building more robust states.

Opinion by Seth D. Kaplan24th September 2015

International donors - aiding or abetting?

The 'donor's dilemma' is discussed in a new DLP paper.

Opinion by Niheer Dasandi, Lior Erez10th September 2015

Research methods and marshalling messy data: Dear Diary

The benefits of an old-fashioned research diary

Opinion by Suda Perera2nd September 2015

Masculinity and sexual violence in India

Will the shocking Nirbaya case shift attitudes?

Opinion by Martin Rew16th September 2015

About DLP

The Developmental Leadership Program (DLP) is an international research initiative that explores how leadership, power and political processes drive or block successful development.

DLP focuses on the crucial role of home-grown leaderships and coalitions in forging legitimate political settlements and institutions that promote developmental outcomes, such as sustainable growth, political stability and inclusive social development.

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The Governance Practitioner's Notebook: new OECD resource

Thursday 8th October 2015

This new resource from the OECD-DAC Network on Governance, launched today, provides a collection of briefings for governance practitioners in development agencies. DLP's directors, Heather Marquette and David Hudson, are among the contributors.

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Attitudes towards aid and corruption

Wednesday 7th October 2015

DLP Director Heather Marquette and Deputy Director David Hudson present research on attitudes towards aid and corruption to the OECD's Anti-Corruption Task Team in Paris this week.

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