Managing Policy Reform: Concepts and Tools for Decision-Makers in Developing and Transitioning Countries

Synopsis

• A toolbox for designing, managing, and influencing policy reform in government and civil society
• Based on experience in over 40 countries

This comprehensive book provides concepts and tools to navigate the "how" of policy change in order to enhance democratic governance. It teaches decision-makers how to implement policy more effectively and increase performance feasibility of these reforms.

The research--part of the USAID Implementing Policy Change Project--stems from work with government officials, private sector entrepreneurs, and civil society groups, from regional to national and local levels in over 40 countries. The book includes dynamic tools for designing, managing, and influencing policy reforms in government, donor agencies, NGOs, civil society groups, and the private sector.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Bloomfield, CT
Publication year:
  • 2002