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Daniel Harris

Research Associate

Politics and Governance

Portrait of Daniel Harris

Daniel Harris joined ODI in January 2010. After completing his MSc in Development Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2008, Dan spent two years working as a consultant and research assistant for ODI and the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) on research outputs for the OECD-DAC, the African Development Bank, the International Fund for Agricultural Development, IDRC, UNICEF, Panos, and BMZ. More recently, his research has focused on the political economy of service delivery sector reforms, governance of public goods, and the development of applied political economy analysis methods.

  1. Road safety remains low political priority despite growing number of people killed – new study

    Press Release

  2. Securing safe roads: the politics of change

    Research reports

  3. Doing development differently: two years on, what are we learning?

    Event

  4. Leather sector reform in Bangladesh

    Research reports

  5. From political economy analysis to doing development differently: a learning experience

    Research reports

  6. Doing development differently: Philippines workshop

    Event

  7. Analysing the politics of public services: a service characteristics approach

    Research reports

  8. The governance of urban service delivery in developing countries: literature review

    Research reports

  9. The technical is political: what does this mean for the health sector?

    Research reports

  10. Social norms and incentives: homo economicus is dead, long live bounded rationality, social interdependence and culture!

  11. The technical is political: understanding the political implications of sector characteristics for the delivery of sanitation services

    Research reports

  12. The technical is political: understanding the political implications of sector characteristics for the delivery of drinking water services

    Research reports

  13. The technical is political: understanding the political implications of sector characteristics for education service delivery

    Research reports

  14. Politics of a national employment guarantee scheme in Nepal: an initial assessment of feasibility

    Research reports

  15. Applied political economy analysis: a problem-driven framework

    Toolkit/guidelines

  16. Finding solutions: making sense of the politics of service delivery

    Research reports

  17. Human resources for health in Nepal - the politics of access in remote areas

    Research reports

  18. The technical is political - why understanding the political implications of technical characteristics can help improve service delivery

    Research reports

  19. Applied political economy analysis: Five practical issues

    Toolkit/guidelines

  20. The politics of progress on water and sanitation in Colombo, Sri Lanka

    Research reports

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