Public Service Provision: state-private interaction

Public Service Provision: state-private interaction

Elizabeth David-Barrett's new paper explores when different types of state-private interface in service provision produce developmental outcomes.

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Engaging with non-state actors in areas of limited statehood

Engaging with non-state actors in areas of limited statehood

What are the merits and challenges of such engagement? A new paper surveys the literature.

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Women's Leadership in the Pacific

Women's Leadership in the Pacific

This new paper examines Pacific women's leadership in three spheres: politics, public administration, and civil society.

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Within and without the state: presentation at the European Conference on African Studies

Monday 13th July 2015

Suda Perera's ECAS conference paper, 'Within and without the state', shared findings on relations between the state and armed groups in the DRC's Kivu regions.

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Thinking Beyond Sectors: new book

Wednesday 8th July 2015

DLP Deputy Director David Hudson is one of the contributors to the new open access book 'Thinking Beyond Sectors for Sustainable Development'.

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