Learning Across Localities: Looking at Transparency and Accountability’s Local Context More Systematically

Think Piece. Transparency & Accountability Initiative (2014)

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Florencia Guerzovich

Independent

Steven Rosenzweig

Yale University, Department of Political Science

Walter Flores

CEGSS

Date Written: April 1, 2014

Abstract

The field of transparency and accountability (T/A) is taking context more seriously than ever before. The case that context matters has been made for many years, and today many of our colleagues are paying attention to it.

In this piece, we want to invite you to help us set some initial parameters for a research-action agenda that will fill the local context gap. We have zeroed-in on the local level partly because there is a gap in the field.

Keywords: Context, Social Accountability, Local

Suggested Citation

Guerzovich, Maria F. and Rosenzweig, Steven and Flores, Walter, Learning Across Localities: Looking at Transparency and Accountability’s Local Context More Systematically (April 1, 2014). Think Piece. Transparency & Accountability Initiative (2014), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2992064

Steven Rosenzweig

Yale University, Department of Political Science ( email )

New Haven, CT 06520
United States

Walter Flores

CEGSS ( email )

Guatemala

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