The Center for Economic Research and Training (CIDE), is a publicly funded institution committed to interdisciplinary research and teaching in the fields of economics, political science, public administration, international relations, history, and law. Part of CIDE’s mission is to help improve the quality of public policymaking by shaping of public agendas and enhancement of citizens’ understanding of key public issues. With this grant, CIDE will work to implement, by exercising, recently passed guarantees for collective action in Mexico. This work will be conducted via strategic litigation by CIDE’s public interest law clinic, the only one of its kind in Mexico.
About the Grantee
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Grants to this Grantee
for support for research, training, and evaluation on accountability and governance in Mexico
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) is a Mexican public research university whose mission is to generate knowledge to improve policy and decision making. This grant will build on previous support to CIDE to research why good policies are poorly implemented in Mexico’s federal and subnational governments. CIDE will carry out a diagnosis of institutional capacities at the federal and state level, and develop a set of proposals for improving them.
for a collaborative project with the Stanford Program in International Legal Studies