PEA Update 3: PEA Case studies (grouped by level of analysis – global, regional, country, sector – and problem driven PEA within a sector)

This blog forms part of a series of internal PEA updates compiled by Priya Chattier and Tara Davda, and with general wisdom by Graham Teskey and Lavinia Tyrrel. Thanks to Leisa Gibson for GESI support. We will aim to publish these every fortnight or so. Watch this space. Political economy analysis (PEA) is important for …

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Take-up and Doubt: where have we got to on Thinking and Working Politically?

By Duncan Green of Oxfam and the brains behind From Poverty to Power Spent yesterday at a Washington workshop on ‘From Thinking Politically to Working Politically’, organized by Abt Associates, whose Graham Teskey is one of the TWP gurus. What struck me most was the combination of the spreading acceptance of TWP approaches within the aid …

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