Three things we have learned about political economy analysis – and some unanswered questions

In the second of this two-part series, we reflect on what we have learned, the challenges we faced and questions we are asking ourselves as we continue to integrate Political Economy Analysis into our project work.

Exploring political economy analysis at INASP

In the first of two blog posts, Emily Hayter discusses how INASP is using context analysis to help inform our programmes, and why this is important.

Exploring the cracks in our knowledge systems

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted and emphasised many of the inequities in our current knowledge systems, but it has also provided an opportunity to reflect on what could be improved, as Maha Bali, Chalani Ranwala, Joy Kiiru and Jon Harle discuss.

Pandemic publishing: highlighting research about the COVID-19 pandemic published on the Journals Online platforms

COVID-19 has sparked novel research questions, altered research systems, and presented many scholars with more desk time than ever before. In this post, Alaka Bhatt showcases a handful of the many research papers that been published in South Asia and Central America about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Doing research differently: reshaping research in the time of COVID-19

How is COVID-19 causing development research projects to be done differently? Reflections from two projects that are engaging with teenagers in South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria.

How do our partners feel about working with INASP?

Jon Harle reflects on findings from a recent survey of INASP's partners.

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