The politics of development: the almost revolution?
ODI are delighted to host Thomas Carothers and Diane de Gramont who will present insights from their new book that asses...
ODI are delighted to host Thomas Carothers and Diane de Gramont who will present insights from their new book that assesses the progress and pitfalls of the attempted politics revolution in development aid. The event contributes to ongoing dialogue and analysis hosted by ODI on the politics of public goods and service provision, and provides an opportunity to reflect on a range of experience, from a number of sectors, in developing more politically smart aid approaches.
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