Politics in the trenches of development: Mainstreaming political economy analysis in aid agencies
7 May 2014. By Pablo Yanguas. "Politics matters for development". From project officers all the way up to the heads
Can aid bureaucracies think politically? The administrative challenges of political economy analysis in DFID and the World Bank
Working paper 33 Download pdf Pablo Yanguas and David Hulme Abstract Although politics has become central to international development assistance,
Development plans are political statements
9 April 2014. No system of development administration can be effective that ignores or discounts the political dimensions of decision-making.
UK to meet 0.7% aid, but what about effectiveness?
20 March 2014 Yesterday George Osborne's budget speech restated Britain's commitment to meet the target of 0.7% of national income
Staff Spotlight: David Hulme
18 March 2014. David Hulme is ESID's Chief Executive Officer. A Professor of Development Studies at the Institute for Development
Deciphering the confusing new politics of international aid
12 March 2014. Earlier this year Thomas Carothers was a guest lecturer at ESID's "Adrian Leftwich Memorial Lecture". During his
Dr Pablo Yanguas
Role Pablo Yanguas is Research Fellow at the Effective States and Inclusive Development (ESID) research centre, where he leads research
Professor David Hulme
Role David Hulme is CEO at ESID. He is also Professor of Development Studies and Executive Director of the Global
Political Economy Analysis (PEA) and the production of commitment to development
Objective This research project systematically examines how International Development Agencies (IDAs) are using Political Economy Analysis (PEA) both as formal
Donors, development agencies and the use of political economic analysis: Getting to grips with the politics of development?
Working paper 19 Download pdf Laura Routley and David Hulme Abstract This paper examines the take up of Political Economic