this post was originally published at innovations for poverty action. it represents an effort to follow-through on some themes i have raised before and hope to continue to raise. most development interventions are carried out and delivered by local research staff and residents. such implementation is rarely a straightforward ‘technical’ operation but, rather, there isContinue reading “learning by asking: a modest proposal to engage those who did the doing”
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implementation / a ban on new ideas in India
not a lot of time to write on my own blog but here’s one that i wrote for 3ie based on the recent #3ievalconf in Delhi, Measuring Results.
p4p, habits, context, process
Mark Nichter and Prascilla Magrath (hereafter, M&N) have a nice new paper on pay-for-performance (P4P), stating that “understanding the processes by which P4P targets are reached demands a reorientation… towards an understanding of motivation as a component within a complex adaptive social system.” (Complex systems are so hot right now!) the paper is worth reading inContinue reading “p4p, habits, context, process”