What Drives Policy Change? Evidence from Six Empirical Applications of the Kaleidoscope Model

Interest in policy reform has grown recently in developing countries. Since policy environments shape the incentives, decisions and actions of key consumer and industry groups, policies become central determinants of economic performance as well as progress towards key agricultural, nutrition and food security goals. As a result, achievement of sustainable development goals will depend heavily on good understanding of developing country policy processes and outcomes. Yet, most past efforts to study policy processes have focused on developed country settings.


Issue Date:
Mar 03 2017
Publication Type:
Report
Language:
English
Total Pages:
6
Series Statement:
FSP Policy Research Brief 31




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