What Drives Policy Change? Evidence from Six Empirical Applications of the Kaleidoscope Model

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March 5, 2017 - Author: , Suresh Babu, Sheryl Hendriks, , Danielle Resnick

Steven Haggblade, Suresh Babu, Sheryl Hendriks, David Mather, Danielle Resnick. 2017. What Drives Policy Change? Evidence from Six Empirical Applications of the Kaleidoscope Model. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research Brief 31. East Lansing: Michigan State University

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

The Kaleidoscope Model (KM) assesses key factors that drive policy change.
This brief distills findings from 50 policy reform episodes, including 38 micro-nutrient policies and 12 agricultural input policy reforms.
These case studies identified four major opportunities for stakeholders interested in supporting policy reform:
- evidence,
- advocacy,
- financial support and
- institutional reform.

In picking promising arenas for engagement in policy reform, interested stakeholders should look for settings in which these four elements converge.

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Tags: c3, fsp policy brief, ifpri, kaleidoscope model, nutrition, policy change, policy reform, university of pretoria


Related Topic Areas

C3, FSP Nutrition Dataset


Authors

Steven Haggblade

Steven Haggblade
blade@msu.edu

David Mather

David Mather
517-449-9694
matherda@msu.edu


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Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy

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