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5974: The Brazilian Development Model for Africa: Evidence and Lessons  


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The Brazilian Development Model for Africa: Evidence and Lessons
DFID is seeking a service provider or group of organisations to carry out a programme of research on the Brazilian model of development. The aim is to better understand the factors underpinning its success and to identify lessons for Africa against four thematic areas (agriculture, institutions, social programmes, and economic spheres). The overall objective of the research programme is to address the gap in knowledge on transferability of Brazil’s economic development, in an innovative manner. It is envisaged that the work will take place in two phases over up to three years. The first year (phase 1) will require the delivery of 15 research papers and a detailed work plan for phase 2. Under both phases the research should have a strong practical focus on what has and has not worked and where, why and how, and on the transferability of those results for DFID’s African focus countries. The research is expected to be of international level quality (e.g. through publication in leading academic journals) and have impact (e.g. through influencing African policy debates on transferring relevant lessons from Brazil. This project is the first of three initiatives by DFID to research lessons for Low Income Countries (LICs) from successful emerging powers
Extension Terms
Response Required By
Mon 29 October 2012 at 14:00
Nature of Contract
Contract Start Date
Sun 01 September 2013
Contract End Date
Wed 31 August 2016
Contract Duration (months)

 For further information please contact:

Wasonga Misumi (UK )
44 1355 843224
Abercrombie HouseEaglesham Road, , , , G75 8EA
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