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Cross-national transfer of policy models to developing countries: Epilogue

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What lessons can we learn from the historical and contemporary narratives and analyses from the previous articles? Can any tendencies or trends be distinguished as to the dos and don’ts of policy transfer to developing countries? To answer that question, we will first go back to the issues raised in the prologue and then relate them to the particular events in the different cases.

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Kroesen, O., de Jong, M. & Waaub, JP. Cross-national transfer of policy models to developing countries: Epilogue. Know Techn Pol 19, 137–142 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02914895

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Keywords

  • Donor Organization
  • Policy Model
  • Policy Transfer
  • Project Initiator
  • Country Score