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The limits of institutional reform in development : changing rules for realistic solutions / Matt Andrews, Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

By: Andrews, Matt, 1972-.
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013Description: xii, 254 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781107016330.Subject(s): Institution building -- Developing countries | Economic development -- Developing countries | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Development / Economic Development | Developing countries -- Economic conditionsDDC classification: 338.90091724 Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents only | Contributor biographical information
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Preface; 1. Change rules, change governments, and develop?; 2. Deconstructing the puzzling evidence of reform; 3. Overlooking the change context; 4. Reforms as overspecified and oversimplified solutions; 5. Limited engagement, limited change; 6. What you see is not what you get (expecting limits); 7. Problem-driven learning sparks institutional change; 8. Finding and fitting solutions that work; 9. Broad engagement, broader (and deeper) change; 10. Reforming rules of the development game itself.
Summary: "This book explains why many institutional reforms in developing countries have limited success and suggests ways to overcome these limits"--
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-250) and index.

Machine generated contents note: Preface; 1. Change rules, change governments, and develop?; 2. Deconstructing the puzzling evidence of reform; 3. Overlooking the change context; 4. Reforms as overspecified and oversimplified solutions; 5. Limited engagement, limited change; 6. What you see is not what you get (expecting limits); 7. Problem-driven learning sparks institutional change; 8. Finding and fitting solutions that work; 9. Broad engagement, broader (and deeper) change; 10. Reforming rules of the development game itself.

"This book explains why many institutional reforms in developing countries have limited success and suggests ways to overcome these limits"--

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