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Working Politically: A story of Change about the contribution of research evidence to the new Village Law in Indonesia (p. 22)Pellini, A., Angelina, M., & Purnawati, E. - 2014 - Austrialian Community Development and Civil Society Strenghtening Scheme (ACCESS)
On 18 December 2013, the Indonesian House of Representatives passed the new Village Law, a vote that was the culmination of a journey that had started in 2007. This Story of Change takes the passing of the Village Law as its starting point and describes the relative influence that research-based evidence, produced by the Institute for Research and Empowerment (IRE), has had at critical junctions of the legislative process. This Story of Change concludes that good quality, research-based...
Doing Development Differently at ScalePellini, A., Karetji, P. C., & Soekadis, A. - 2018 - In A. Pellini, B. Prasetiamartati, K. P. Nugroho, … F. Carden (Eds.), Knowledge, Politics and Policymaking in Indonesia (pp. 131–146) - Springer Singapore
In recent decades there has been an increasing recognition that politics and political institutions matter for development. There is also a much greater interest in contextually grounded approaches. This has stemmed from an acknowledgement that purely technocratic approaches to development often result in failure because they do not take into account the nature of political institutions. Nor do they take account of the context in a particular developing country and the interests and...
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