The World Bank Development Research Group has published a new paper examining the effectiveness of "shoestring" methods of impact evaluation.
The National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the UNDP have produced a new guide, which provides direction to promote a stronger women’s presence in political parties.
In a new paper, Fred Finan and Laura Schechter explore factors that contribute to vote-buying among individuals.
Writing in the American Journal of Political Science, Paul Herrson, Michael Hamner and Richard Niemi have published a new paper, “The Impact of Ballot Type on Voter Errors.”
IRI has released a public opinion survey that gauges Nigerians’ perceptions of the 2011 general elections and overall mood of the country with regard its democratic progress.
At a 3ie Delhi seminar in December, Dr. Rohini Pande, Harvard University, presented preliminary findings from a 3ie supported evaluation of the impact of voter education awareness campaigns on voting behavior.
The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has published a new manual, Leadership and Campaign Academy. The book highlights specific provisions of the new Kenya constitution and other relevant legislation that touch on the conduct of political campaignsand political parties
In an article in the Journal of Democracy, Larry Diamond argues that if there is going to be a great advance of democracy in this decade, it is most likely going to emanate from East Asia.
In a paper published by the University of Salford, Manchester, Lars Berger argues that shows that contributions from defense interests have a large influence on the willingness of Congressmen to defeat attempts to reduce military aid to Egypt during the Mubarak era.
The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has released a survey on Tunisian public opinion.
The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has released a new survey to help Iraq’s political parties and elected officials respond to the needs of citizens.
Reporters without Borders has released a short report exploring the impact of the Arab Spring on press freedom in the region.