This grant would support an increase in the quantity and quality of research, training, evaluation, and public education campaigns aimed at improving the conditions for greater accountability in Mexico’s public sector. The training and research portions of the project would provide students with scholarships and greater analytical tools to apply the principles of accountability in governance. The evaluation and public education campaigns would produce more evidence about how accountability might improve 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