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The diagnostic studies undertaken in 2010 and 2015 for the Knowledge Sector Initiative identified public procurement regulations as a key obstacle to the growth of Indonesia’s knowledge sector. This working paper describe how a team of development entrepreneurs used a problem-based approach to addressing this issue.
Working Papers13-06-2017

Commissioning Knowledge for Policy: Reforms in the Procurement of Research in Indonesia

The diagnostic studies undertaken in 2010 and 2015 for the Knowledge Sector Initiative identified public procurement regulations as a key obstacle to the growth of Indonesia’s knowledge sector. This working paper describe how a team of development entrepreneurs used a problem-based approach to addressing this issue. The Knowledge Sector Initiative team engaged with local leaders and together with them developed and used political knowledge and skills to develop relationship and networks and move the reform of the procurement regulations forward. 

Topic : knowledge to policy procurement

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