We encourage Forum participants to read the following materials before attending the Forum:
Read the 2019 GPSA Forum Brief for additional information in this year's theme of the conference.
- Arkedis, J. et al. (2019), ‘Can Transparency and Accountability Programs Improve Health? Experimental Evidence from Indonesia and Tanzania’, CID Faculty Working Paper 352, Center for International Development at Harvard University.
- Carothers, T. and Brechenmacher, S. (2019), ‘Defending Civic Space: Four Unresolved Questions’, OECD Development Matters.
- Falleti, T., and Cunial, S. (2018). Participation in Social Policy: Public Health in Comparative Perspective (Elements in the Politics of Development). Cambridge: Cambridge University. doi:10.1017/9781108622530
- Guerzovich, F. and Poli, M. (forthcoming), ‘How does Social Accountability Contribute to 21st Century Quality Health Delivery?’, GPSA Dissemination Note, Global Partnership for Social Accountability, World Bank.
- Guerzovich, F. and Gattoni, S. (2019), Rethinking How We Use Open Government in Public Service Delivery.
- Guerzovich, F. and Schommer, P. (2016), ‘Four Ways in Which Social Accountability and Open Government Interventions Bridge the State and Society,’ ISTR Conference Working Paper Series. Vol X. Stockholm, Sweden, 28 June - 1 July 2016.
- Guerzovich, F. et al (2018), ‘How does social accountability help resolve the learning crisis?’, GPSA Discussion Note, Global Partnership for Social Accountability, World Bank.
- Guerzovich, F. et al (forthcoming), ‘Aligning Actors for Learning in the Dominican Republic: The Evolution of Social Accountability’, GPSA Dissemination Note, Global Partnership for Social Accountability, World Bank.
- Holland et al. (2016), ‘Macro Evaluation of DFID’s Policy Frame for Empowerment and Accountability,’ Empowerment and Accountability Annual Technical Report 2016: What Works for Social Accountability.
- Levy, B. (2014), Working with the Grain: Integrating Governance and Growth in Development Strategies, New York: Oxford University Press
- Mayka, L. (2019), ‘Building Participatory Institutions in Latin America: Reform Coalitions and Institutional Change’, Cambridge: Cambridge University
- Mohanan, M. et.al. (2018), Mobilizing Communities for a Healthier Future : Impact Evaluation of Social Accountability Interventions in Uttar Pradesh, India. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Group.
- Raffler, P., et al. (2019), The weakness of bottom-up accountability: Experimental evidence from the Ugandan health sector,’ J-PAL Working Paper.
- Sjoberg, F. et. al. (2019), ‘Voice and Punishment : A Global Survey Experiment on Tax Morale,’ Policy Research Working Paper No. 8855. World Bank, Washington, DC.
- Waddington, H. et al. (2019), ‘Does incorporating participation and accountability improve development outcomes? Meta-analysis and framework synthesis,’ 3ie Systematic review 43.
- Wampler, B. et al. (2018), ‘Participatory Budgeting: Spreading Across the Globe’, Transparency and Accountability Initiative blog
- Westhorp, G. and Ball, D. (2018), ‘Citizen Voice and Action for Government Accountability and Improved Services: Maternal, Newborn, Infant and Child Health Services: Final Evaluation Report,’ Community Matters Pty Ltd.
- World Bank (2018). World Development Report 2018: Learning to Realize Education's Promise. Washington, DC: World Bank. World Bank.