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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. Unlocking business dynamism to promote green (sustainable and inclusive) growth: learning from innovation in emerging economies

    Working papers

  2. Political economy analysis for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) service delivery

    Briefing/policy papers

  3. Common constraints and incentive problems in service delivery

    Working papers

  4. The free rider: collective action failures in cycling and beyond

  5. Case studies on development co-operation and accountability: Uganda, Peru, Mozambique and Mali

    Research reports

  6. The political economy of the urban water pricing regime in Freetown, Sierra Leone

    Working papers

  7. Political economy analysis for operations in water and sanitation: a guidance note

    Briefing/policy papers

  8. How to lead billions: observations on leadership and transition in China

  9. Political economy of regionalism in West Africa

    Research reports

  10. Political economy realities in the Chinese health sector


  11. Scaling up rural sanitation in Vietnam: political economy constraints and opportunities

    Working papers

  12. Understanding the politics of service delivery


  13. More than just ‘demand’: Malawi’s public-service community scorecard

    Briefing/policy papers

  14. The political economy of community scorecards

    Research reports

  15. The political economy of policy-making in Indonesia: opportunities for improving the demand for and use of knowledge

    Working papers

  16. Research report: the political economy of policy-making in Indonesia

    Research reports

  17. Piped networks, pit latrines, and the politics of access to water supply and sanitation services: what role for political analysis in the current sector toolkits for the drive to 2015?

  18. Analysing the governance and political economy of water and sanitation delivery

    Working papers

  19. Emerging donors: differentiation, ownership and harmonisation

  20. Lessons on accountability in forest governance: the Mama Misitu Campaign against illegal logging in Tanzania

    Briefing/policy papers

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