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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Launch of service delivery and legitimacy research project: Lebanon and Jordan

Thursday 30th July 2015

Can municipal service delivery improve municipal and state legitimacy and foster social cohesion, especially among communities hosting large refugee populations? A new DLP research project working with DFID-assisted programmes in Lebanon and Jordan will explore this question.

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Migrant identity and chaos theory: new book chapter

Tuesday 28th July 2015

Suda Perera's new book chapter explains how chaos theory can help us understand identity-formation in protracted refugee situations.

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