Can Politics and Evidence Work Together in International Development?
July 9, 2014
On July 1 at the London School of Economics, Asia Foundation experts joined policymakers, practitioners, and academics at a Justice and Security Research Program (JSRP) conference: “Can Politics and Evidence Work Together in International Development?” Experts and thought-leaders such as Oxfam’s Duncan Green, debated working politically, evidence-based policy, and the trade-offs involved in conflict-affected areas. Read more.
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