Publications by type: Policy Briefs

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Agricultural 'pockets of effectiveness': Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda since 2000

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DRA Policy Brief 6
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Developmental Regimes in Africa Islands of Effectiveness
Description
This policy brief explores recent agricultural performance in Africa, and asks how much progress is occurring in particular sub-sectors of crop and livestock production because of or despite of prevailing policy attitudes.
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Kenya Nigeria Tanzania Uganda
Project
Developmental Regimes in Africa
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Developmental regimes and the international system

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DRA Policy Brief 5
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Developmental Regimes in Africa International Environment
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DRA policy brief 5, Jan 2014, Developmental regimes and the international system
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Kenya Rwanda
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Developmental Regimes in Africa
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Sources of developmental ambition in Southeast Asia and sub-Saharan Africa

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DRA Policy Brief 4
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Developmental Ambition Developmental Regimes in Africa
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DRA policy brief 4, Jan 2014, Sources of developmental ambition in Southeast Asia and sub-Saharan Africa
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Indonesia Kenya Malaysia Niger
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Developmental Regimes in Africa
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The succession trap: High growth Africa and the pitfalls of leadership change

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DRA Policy Brief 3
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Developmental Regimes in Africa Sustainability of Regimes
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Developmental Regimes in Africa
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What's the evidence? An APPP perspective on quality issues in governance policy research

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APPP Policy Brief 10
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Programme Synthesis
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APPP policy brief 10, Jan 2014, What's the evidence? An APPP perspective on quality issues in governance policy research
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Africa Power and Politics
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APPP Policy Brief 09- Development as a collective action problem

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APPP Policy Brief 9
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Programme Synthesis
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Africa Power and Politics
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Reforming Africa's cotton economies: 'A second best approach'

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APPP Policy Brief 8
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Cotton Sector Reform
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Benin Burkina Faso Cameroon Mali
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Africa Power and Politics
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Religion et réforme de l’éducation en Afrique: Exploiter les valeurs religieuses au profit du développement

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APPP Policy Brief 7
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Religious Education
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Mali Niger Senegal
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Africa Power and Politics
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Religion and education reform in Africa: Harnessing religious values to developmental ends

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APPP Policy Brief 7
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Religious Education
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Mali Niger Senegal
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Africa Power and Politics
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Policy for development in Africa: Learning from Southeast Asia

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DRA Policy Brief 1
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Developmental Regimes in Africa
Description
Much of the debate on how to reduce poverty in Africa centres on notions of what it was about Western countries that helped them become rich. This includes most of the thinking on the importance of ‘good governance’ and the rule of law.
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Cambodia Indonesia Kenya Malaysia Nigeria Tanzania Uganda Vietnam
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Developmental Regimes in Africa
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