Mapping policy agenda in international development: Reflections on OECD Development Centre Working Papers from 1990 to 2017
This study examines the pattern of central policy agendas discussed in international development over the last three decades. It highlights the predominant countries and issues by examining the theme-based periodicals of a leading international development agency. It analyses the visibility of countries and identifies main topics by examining the OECD Development Centre Working Papers. Findings indicate that certain topics (e.g., market, economy, finance, trade) have been consistently covered, while some policy issues have been highlighted in specific periods. This study also finds that the OECD's people- and planet-centred approach has been reflected in its key reports and documents.
Journal of International Development
Jeong, Bok Gyo; An, Seongho; and Shin, Geiguen, "Mapping policy agenda in international development: Reflections on OECD Development Centre Working Papers from 1990 to 2017" (2023). Kean Publications. 323.