The political economy of reform

The political economy of reform

DPA is investigating how factors such as political agency, power, coalitions and institutions interact to shape reform prospects in the Pacific, and what this means for development partners seeking to support enhanced political participation. This research stream seeks to understand how civil society actors are engaging with complex policy processes, and how they might be supported.

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