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Shaping policy for development

An overview of Lagoro IDP camp in Kitgum District, northern Uganda, 20 May 2007. Manoocher Deghati/IRIN
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Andrew Rogerson
Andrew Rogerson

Andrew Rogerson

Senior Research Associate, Centre for Aid and Public Expenditure

Andrew Rogerson is an ODI Senior Research Associate who was formerly a Senior RF in CAPE (2003-06). He has also worked as a Special Counsellor (Aid Architecture/Financing) at OECD, Head of the Human Development Group at DFID, and a Regional Director at World Bank (as part of a 25+ year career at the Bank).

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Is a ‘third way’ for international development just a mirage?

Opinion - Articles and blogs - 9 April 2014

Are you old enough to remember Tony Blair’s (and Anthony Giddens’) ‘third way’, circa 1998?

Although it failed to take off as a catchphrase, its description of the big policy space between unbridled capitalism and rigid statism is now a fact of life in countries rich and poor. If not in North Korea, yet.

Why and how are donors supporting social enterprises?

Publication - Research reports and studies - 4 April 2014
Interest in supporting innovative business models intended to achieve social impact is growing among official development agencies. This report looks at public donors' support for social enterprises and similar endeavours, examining their rationale for doing so and how they measure the impact of their support.

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