Lecture 12Decentralisation and NGOsReadingsTables and figures in this lecture are taken from:Besley, T. and Maitreesh Ghatak, Public Goods and Economic Devel-opment. mimeo, Department of Economics, LSE.Class based onBesley, T., Pande, R. and Rao, V. (2005), Political Se-lection and the Quality of Government: Evidence from South India.mimeo, Department of Economics, LSEIntroductionChanging policy may not be a sufficient response to the challenge of povertyand vulnerability. Organisational reform involving a change in the struc-
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