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"When development projects create new forms of transversal leadership for policy making: methodological and theoretical insights from a qualitative/quantitative approach in Morocco"

Abstract : Based on a case study in Morocco, this communication intends to discuss the rise of new types of transversal leadership are using their “memory” of development projects to weigh on policy-making processes. This paper will revisit the methodology used to identify these local development experts and will analyse how they operate and their possible structuring into an elite. The objective is to discuss, from a “southern” perspective the literature on elite and examine the sociology of public action in light of the emergence and dominant position of these experts in the interplay among actors and power configurations at different levels.
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Matthieu Brun. "When development projects create new forms of transversal leadership for policy making: methodological and theoretical insights from a qualitative/quantitative approach in Morocco" . International Conference on Public Policies , IPPA, Jun 2017, Singapour, Singapore. ⟨hal-01627381⟩

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