I went for a walk in a kampung near Kemang Timur, in Jakarta, last Sunday. After few minutes it started to rain quite hard. I sat under the roof of a school and waited for the rain to stop. It rained for about 15-20 minutes.
There are many ways for knowledge and research evidence to reach policy makers and inform policy decisions. One important channel is the analysis by policy analysts in government organizations. In January 2014, the Indonesian Parliament passed a landmark law to modernize the civil service on… Read More
There are different angles and dimensions to the Doing Development Differently debate. With Nicola Nixon, we are interested in the ‘doing’ of Doing Development Differently. We have written a post about one of those angles and dimensions: Partnerships Agreements between funders and programme implementation teams. ‘Partnership’ is a buzzword in international aid… Read More
3, 2,1, go… Brilliant blog by Duncan Green about the importance of blogging for academics and researchers as well as about how to get into the habit of blogging regularly: An antidote to futility: Why academics (and students) should take blogging / social media seriously It was… Read More
For me, the best time of the day for new ideas for a new paper, a blog, or an interview with someone with a great deal of experience in evidence-based policy making, is in the morning when I cycle to work. I found few good jalan… Read More