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TPP (PEA) Flyer

17 May 2023

In a recent survey of alumni participants, a majority of over 90% of respondents said that the course had changed the way they thought about their work in development, humanitarian support or foreign policy and a majority of respondents reported that they had changed the design or implementation of policies, programmes or projects as a result of applying ideas learned on the course. [...] The staff and tutors' and well delivered.” commitment to the topic and to our - How it can be used to learning really shone through improve foreign and development policies and engagements What is the course and who is it for? - What tools and Political economy analysis (PEA) is about understanding the frameworks are contexts – global, national, sectoral and local – in which available for PEA and. [...] This session explores the first two parts of the Framework: what is the problem and why does it happen? It describes some principles for how to frame a political economy problem well and introduces a tool for analysing problems and identifying the proximate causes - and also lays out the analytical steps needed to understand why a given problem occurs. [...] The session ends with guidance on planning, undertaking and communicating applied PEA research This session introduces a set of concepts from institutional economics and collective action theory that can serve the practical purpose of illuminating typical issues at a variety of levels of international engagement, from the ‘grass roots’ to the global. [...] The session invites participants to use the PEA Framework and to apply PEA methodology to understand what is involved in identifying a plausible pathway of change, and to identify policy implications and potential areas of interventions, as a result of the analysis.
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United Kingdom