|Publisher||Department for International Development|
|Number of pages||60|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
- education policy political economy analysis conflict peacebuilding
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A Political Economy Analysis of Education in Nepal. / Pherali, Tejendra; Smith, Alan; Vaux, Tony.Department for International Development, 2011. 60 p.
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TY - BOOK
T1 - A Political Economy Analysis of Education in Nepal.
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AU - Smith, Alan
AU - Vaux, Tony
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PY - 2011
Y1 - 2011
N2 - This report provides a political economy analysis of the education sector in Nepal. Political Economy Analysis (PEA) is ‘concerned with the interaction of political and economic processes in society: the distribution of power and wealth between different groups and individuals, and the processes that create, sustain and transform these relationships over time.’ The purpose of this particular study was to understand how political and economic factors affect the implementation of the School Sector Reform Plan (SSRP) 2009-15.
AB - This report provides a political economy analysis of the education sector in Nepal. Political Economy Analysis (PEA) is ‘concerned with the interaction of political and economic processes in society: the distribution of power and wealth between different groups and individuals, and the processes that create, sustain and transform these relationships over time.’ The purpose of this particular study was to understand how political and economic factors affect the implementation of the School Sector Reform Plan (SSRP) 2009-15.
KW - education policy political economy analysis conflict peacebuilding
M3 - Commissioned report
BT - A Political Economy Analysis of Education in Nepal.
PB - Department for International Development