Local Conflict and Development Projects in Indonesia: Part of the Problem or Part of a Solution?. Patrick Barron, World Bank Rachael Diprose, University of Oxford Michael Woolcock, World Bank Mixed Methods Course, Washington 4-5 February 2008.
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Local Conflict and Development Projects in Indonesia:Part of the Problem or Part of a Solution?
Patrick Barron, World Bank
Rachael Diprose, University of Oxford
Michael Woolcock, World Bank
Mixed Methods Course, Washington
4-5 February 2008
For more information: www.conflictanddevelopment.org
(Barron, Smith, and Woolcock, 2004)
(Barron, Diprose and Woolcock, 2006)
Definitions of key concepts
2 Provinces: diverse provinces
4 Districts: high/low capacity
16 Sub-districts: matched KDP/non-KDP
and extra for variation
Extra KDP: Jenangan
Extra KDP: Slahung
Alternative Approaches to Understanding ‘Causality’
This study tries to integrate various types and ‘quality’ of evidence (qualitative and quantitative) to test particular hypotheses about the efficacy of KDP
Female beneficiary, Sana Daya village, Pasean, Pamekasan
* While we noted higher rates of KDP-triggered conflict in high capacity areas, such conflict is much less likely to escalate and/or turn violent. Hence negative impacts are greater in low capacity areas, where program functionality is poor.