Toolkits and Methodologies

Political economy analysis (PEA) is a means of unpacking the historical, cultural, social, political and economic factors and relationships that shape education systems, policymaking and interventions. Below are some tools and methodologies for political economy analysis, as well as ethical and theoretical frameworks for researching education systems in contexts of conflict and crisis. Click here to explore more research tools for PEA on the PEER Learning Platform.

Background Study on Political Economy of Education Tools
Citation: Daoust, G. & Novelli, M. (2020). Background study on political economy of education tools. Political Economy of Education Research Network, PEER Working Paper 1.
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The 4 Rs Framework: Analyzing Education’s Contribution to Sustainable Peacebuilding with Social Justice in Conflict-Affected Contexts
Citation: Novelli, M., Lopes Cardozo, M. & and Smith, A. (2017). The 4 Rs Framework: Analyzing Education’s Contribution to Sustainable Peacebuilding with Social Justice in Conflict-Affected Contexts. Journal on Education in Emergencies, 3(1), pp. 14-43.
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The Political Economy of Society and Education in Central Asia. A Scoping Literature Review
Citation: Tabaeva, A., Ozawa, V., Durrani, N. & Thibault, H. (2021). The Political Economy of Society and Education in Central Asia. A Scoping Literature Review. PEER Working Paper 2.
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The Political Economy of Education Systems in Conflict-Affected Contexts in a Changed World Order 2021: A Narrative Literature Review.
Citation: Selenica, E. & Novelli, M. (2020). The Political Economy of Education Systems in Conflict-Affected Contexts in a Changed World Order 2021: A Narrative Literature Review. Political Economy of Education Research Network, PEER Working Paper 3.
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