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30 Years of economics for development

Scott Hubli—on Parliamentary Strengthening and Aid

30 August 2012
The intricate dynamic between foreign aid to Africa, democratic transitions and consolidation is the topic of a series of research papers being published under the ReCom Governance & Fragility theme this spring.

In this interview we speak to K. Scott Hubli, director of governance programmes at the National Democratic Institute (NDI), whose presentation at the ReCom results meeting in Stockholm 10 May was titled ‘Lessons Learned and Knowledge Gaps on Parliamentary Strengthening’. In this interview Hubli contemplates what works, what could work, what is transferable and what is scalable in parliamentary strengthening.



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