Citizen voice and state accountability : towards theories of change that embrace contextual dynamics

Abstract: The question of ‘what works under what circumstances’ informs this study of citizen voice and accountability in different governance contexts in Africa. One key factor is finding the right incentives to mobilize citizens’ voice while also generating incentives for government institutions.

Author(s): Tembo, Fletcher

Source(s): , Working paper / Overseas development institute; 343 vi, 49 p., ill., graphs, tabs Working paper / Overseas development institute 343

Published: 2012 Overseas development institute (ODI), London (English

ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-907288-63-0/1759-2917

Link: http://www.odi.org.uk/resources/docs/7557.pdf

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