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Context Matters: A Causal Chain Approach to Unpacking Social Accountability Interventions


Author: Anuradha Joshi
Published by: the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and the Institute of Development Studies
Date: 2013

This research paper explores the macro and micro contextual factors that surround social accountability interventions. It describes why, on the macro side, accountability processes need to take into account larger histories of citizen state engagement and related political processes. At the micro level, the paper showz that local factors can clearly drive the way certain social accountability interventions unfold and the extent to which they are successful, even within otherwise broadly similar contexts.

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