Chapter 28: Foundations for effective development policy
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This chapter examines the factors that contribute to making development policies effective. While there is no one best way to policy success, there are factors which, if taken into account, can contribute to a greater likelihood of policy success. Among these factors are environmental awareness, the importance of policy analysis, understanding politics, acknowledging capacity constraints, being adaptable and promoting participation. Different aspects of these interrelated factors are explored to demonstrate how they can be managed to increase the chances of policy success in developing countries.

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