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Sector Wide Approaches (SWAps): exploring SWAps and the health and justice sectors.

   

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Information Database

Conflict:

Democratic Control and the Security Sector. The Scope of Transformation and its Limits

Managing the Defense Budgeting Process

Democratic Strategies for Security in Transition and Conflict

Beyond Rule of Law Orthodoxy. The Legal Empowerment Alternative

Community Development and Democratisation through Information Technology

Security Sector Reform. Moving the Agenda Forward

Are PRSPs Making A Difference? The African Experience

Buying Peace or Fuelling War: The Role of Corruption in Armed Conflicts

Governance and Conflict Management: Implications for Donor Intervention

Does Inequality Cause Conflict?

   

Political Systems:

Growth is Good for the Poor

Recent Trends in Lending for Civil Service Reform

States, Reforms and Institutional Change: On the Dynamics of Failure

Democratic Control and the Security Sector. The Scope of Transformation and its Limits

Bridging Research and Policy: Context, Evidence and Links

Bridging Research and Policy: Insights from 50 Case Studies

Managing the Defense Budgeting Process

Policy Implications for Aid Allocations of Recent Research on Aid Effectiveness and Selectivity

Democratic Strategies for Security in Transition and Conflict

The Law and Economics of Judicial Systems

   

Public Financial Management and Accountability:

Assessing Frontline Service Delivery

Growth is Good for the Poor

Computerizing Tax and Customs Administrations

Recent Trends in Lending for Civil Service Reform

Improving Taxpayer Service and Facilitating Compliance in Singapore

Democratic Control and the Security Sector. The Scope of Transformation and its Limits

Managing the Defense Budgeting Process

Assessing Aid. What Works, What Doesn’t and Why

Policy Implications for Aid Allocations of Recent Research on Aid Effectiveness and Selectivity

Thailand's Hurdle Approach to Budget Reform

   

Service Delivery:

Assessing Frontline Service Delivery

The Impact Of The HIV/AIDS Epidemic on the Education Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa

Assessing Aid. What Works, What Doesn’t and Why

Holding the State to Account: Citizen Monitoring in Action

Sectoral Decentralisation and Intergovernmental Arrangements in Africa

Making Services Work for Poor People: World Development Report 2004

Decentralisation and Poverty Alleviation. International Experience and the Case of the Philippines

Outsourcing and Government Information Technology Strategy: Relevance of External Consultant Models in Barbados

Attaining the International Development Targets: will Growth be Enough?

Toward more Operationally Relevant Indicators of Governance

   

Safety, Security and Accessible Justice:

Governing the Justice System: Spain’s Judicial Council

States, Reforms and Institutional Change: On the Dynamics of Failure

Democratic Control and the Security Sector. The Scope of Transformation and its Limits

Land Reform, Poverty Reduction And HIV/AIDS

Beyond Rule of Law Orthodoxy. The Legal Empowerment Alternative

Reducing Court Delays: Five Lessons from the United States

Community Development and Democratisation through Information Technology

Security Sector Reform. Moving the Agenda Forward

The Elusive Quest for Growth: Economists' Adventures and Misadventures in the Tropics

Are PRSPs Making A Difference? The African Experience

   

Training and Events

   

Conflict:

Environment, Development and Sustainable Peace: Finding Paths to Environmental Peacemaking (16 September 2004- 19 September 2004)

Working With Conflict (19 April 2004- 24 June 2004)

CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation (21 March 2004- 25 March 2004)

Intervention: Why? When? How Can it Succeed? (15 January 2004- 18 January 2004)

British International Studies Association Annual Conference (15 December 2003- 17 December 2003)

Peace Building, Reconstruction and Good Governance (5 July 2004- 23 July 2004)

Gender Mainstreaming (10 February 2004- 11 February 2004)

Reconciliation and Reconstruction in Africa: Beyond the Peace Agreements (26 July 2004- 29 July 2004)

Afghanistan: Beyond the Bonn Agreement (30 March 2004- 1 April 2004)

Post-Iraq: What Implications for Middle East Security (5 December 2003- 7 December 2003)

   

Political Systems:

The Political Economy of Kenya – Past and Present (27 May 2004- 28 May 2004)

AIDS Agenda. Realising Rights for Women and Men (19 November 2003- 19 November 2003)

Integrating Government with new Technologies: e-Government, Performance Management and Information Management (1 December 2003- 3 December 2003)

CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation (21 March 2004- 25 March 2004)

Modern Economics for Senior Executives (26 April 2004- 27 April 2004)

Deliberative Politics and the Development Process (12 December 2003- 12 December 2003)

Political Ceaners: Assessing the Claim that Women in Politics in Developing Countries may be less Corrupt than Men (5 December 2003- 5 December 2003)

Technology Policy and Development (28 November 2003- 28 November 2003)

Civil Society Strengthening (24 November 2003- 28 November 2003)

Intervention: Why? When? How Can it Succeed? (15 January 2004- 18 January 2004)

   

Public Financial Management and Accountability:

Scaling Up Health Investments in Developing Countries: Lessons About What Works (16 June 2004- 18 June 2004)

Poverty Reduction Strategies: What Progress Has Been Made? (11 June 2004- 14 June 2004)

Fiscal Decentralisation and Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations (10 May 2004- 10 July 2004)

Fiscal Decentralisation and Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations (1 March 2004- 1 May 2004)

Fiscal Decentralisation and Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations (15 December 2003- 15 February 2004)

Managing Public Goods in Favour of the People (3 December 2003- 6 December 2003)

British International Studies Association Annual Conference (15 December 2003- 17 December 2003)

Public Budgeting and Fiscal Management (2 August 2004- 13 August 2004)

Fiscal Decentralisation and Local Governance (12 July 2004- 30 July 2004)

Tax Policy, Fiscal Analysis and Revenue Forecasting (21 June 2004- 9 July 2004)

   

Service Delivery:

Scaling Up Health Investments in Developing Countries: Lessons About What Works (16 June 2004- 18 June 2004)

AIDS Agenda. Realising Rights for Women and Men (19 November 2003- 19 November 2003)

Reaching the Poor with Effective Health, Nutrition and Population Services. What Works, What Doesn't and Why ? (18 February 2004- 20 February 2004)

Sustaining Public Health in a Changing World (19 April 2004- 22 April 2004)

Managing Public Goods in Favour of the People (3 December 2003- 6 December 2003)

British International Studies Association Annual Conference (15 December 2003- 17 December 2003)

Fiscal Decentralisation and Local Governance (12 July 2004- 30 July 2004)

Pan-African Implementation and Partnership Conference on Water (10 December 2003- 15 December 2003)

Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Activities (19 July 2004- 13 August 2004)

Livelihoods Analysis for Poverty Reduction (28 June 2004- 16 July 2004)

   

SSAJ:

Environment, Development and Sustainable Peace: Finding Paths to Environmental Peacemaking (16 September 2004- 19 September 2004)

CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation (21 March 2004- 25 March 2004)

Intervention: Why? When? How Can it Succeed? (15 January 2004- 18 January 2004)

British International Studies Association Annual Conference (15 December 2003- 17 December 2003)

Peace Building, Reconstruction and Good Governance (5 July 2004- 23 July 2004)

Gender Mainstreaming (10 February 2004- 11 February 2004)

Reconciliation and Reconstruction in Africa: Beyond the Peace Agreements (26 July 2004- 29 July 2004)

Afghanistan: Beyond the Bonn Agreement (30 March 2004- 1 April 2004)

Post-Iraq: What Implications for Middle East Security (5 December 2003- 7 December 2003)

New Directions in Impact Assessment for Development: Methods and Practice (24 November 2003- 25 November 2003)

   
   

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