Why development and institutional reform must be step-by-step. Andrews, M. 2013.
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A key argument in my book is that reforms that actually improve functionality and yield institutions that work in complex contexts typically happen step-by-step. In Mozambique I say poco-a-poco. The book explains the rationale for this by referring to the \textquoterightmuddling through\textquoteright work of Charles Lindblom. I argue that we need to create processes of \textquoterightpurposive muddling\textquoterightto overcome the limits of institutional reform in development.
@webarticle {297971,
	title = {Why development and institutional reform must be step-by-step},
	journal = {The Limits of Institutional Reform},
	year = {2013},
	abstract = { A key argument in my book is that reforms that actually improve functionality and yield institutions that work in complex contexts typically happen step-by-step. In Mozambique I say poco-a-poco.
The book explains the rationale for this by referring to the {\textquoteright}muddling through{\textquoteright} work of Charles Lindblom. I argue that we need to create processes of\ {\textquoteright}purposive muddling{\textquoteright}to\ overcome the limits of institutional reform in development.},
	url = {http://matthewandrews.typepad.com/the_limits_of_institution/2013/02/why-development-and-institutional-reform-must-be-step-by-step.html},
	author = {Matt Andrews}
}

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