5. Additional online resources on political economy analysis
From Poverty to Power is a platform created by Oxfam which explores the latest work in development, specifically highlighting issues of power and politics. It regularly features short and provocative blogs on political economy analysis and TWP/adaptive management.
This platform provides the latest and most relevant on thinking and working politically, as well as newsletters, workshops, learning resources, and case studies and research reports.
This page contains the political economy analysis publications by the DLP. The DLP specifically explores how power and leadership effect development outcomes and how they can form locally-legitimate institutions.
The Overseas Development Institute (ODI) is an independent, global think tank that prides its research on being able to produce evidence, ideas, and solutions for complex issues and problems.
IDS is a global leader on research on poverty reduction, power, inclusion, participation, accountability and social change. It consistently adopts a people-centered perspective. It maintains a very useful Adaptive Management in International Development Library
The Asia Foundation is a non-profit development organisation that is committed to improving lives in Asia by addressing issues such as: governance, economics, environment issues, and gender issues through political economy analysis.
The OECD is an international organisation that aims to create effective policies to improve livelihoods. One of their main priorities is building accountable and effective institutions to ensure that citizens receive effective service delivery.
This page from ESID outlines their research plans as well as their work on political settlements. It includes publications on political economy analysis and political settlements, including books, journal articles, and blogs.
This page from SAVI shares their knowledge and work on empowerment and accountability in Nigeria. This page shares the practical approaches and tools that have been adopted to contribute to debates on how money can best empower citizens.
ECDPM is an independent think tank that aims to create policies for inclusive and sustainable development in Europe and Africa. This page contains their publications regarding political economy analysis that focus on governance.
Capacity4dev is the European Commission’s knowledge sharing platform for International Cooperation and Development. This page contains use information and publications regarding political economy analysis in practice which can be easily viewed and downloaded