Results for Development Institute

For A Project To Update The Book Managing Think Tanks

Overview
This grant to the Results for Development Institute would support the updating and dissemination of the book Managing Think Tanks. A revision of the second edition published in 2006, this version will include more extensive and more geographically diverse information on think tank management practices, including data and examples from developing countries. The updated edition will also provide case studies of good management practices and comprehensive advice on these practices for think tanks and their funders. It will draw case studies from and be disseminated to the Think Tank Initiative grantees, among other audiences.
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