The term “Development Entrepreneurship” is relatively new in development literature, but much has been written already about its key concepts, principles, and applications. Here is a set of books and other publications that provide a deep dive into this adaptive, locally-led, and politically smart approach.
Room For Maneuver: Social Sector Policy Reform in the Philippines
Citing recent efforts to effect social and economic policy change in the Philippines as models,...
Built on Dreams Grounded on Reality: Economic Policy Reform in the Philippines
Based on case studies of Philippine economic sectors, Built on Dreams, Grounded in Reality...
Thinking and Working Politically in Development
This book provides a careful, critical, and comparative analysis of the diverse streams within the...
Creative Development Aid Modalities: Alleviating School Congestion in the Philippines
This paper features a reform in basic education aimed at reducing congestion for public schools in...
Promoting Land Governance Reform in the Philippines, 2000-2017: Long-term Linkages, Legacies, and Lessons
This paper traces four major reforms in Philippine land governance, including their scope,...
Cleared for Takeoff: Coalitions for Change and the Development of Clark International Airport
This paper explores the conditions that gave rise to Clark International Airport development,...