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Development partner organizations must strike a fine balance between their ambitions and political reality to effectively promote meaningful reform.
Do leaders pay more attention to external assessments that benchmark their performance against other countries, or to assessments that are specifically focused on their own country? The answer to this question is nuanced.
Wealthy countries and international organizations have created a wide range of policy instruments—incentive-based aid programs, moral suasion tools, and financial sanctions—to spur and sustain reform efforts in developing countries.
Samantha Custer, Zachary Rice, Takaaki Masaki, Rebecca Latourell, Bradley Parks
Bradley Parks, Zachary Rice, Samantha Custer