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Les cash transfers à l’épreuve de l’intermédiation administrative en Ouganda : Rapports de domination et policy feedbacks dans la mise en œuvre d’un programme de pensions

Abstract : How are travelling models adapted locally? What role does administrative intermediation play? How are these models perceived by their target audiences? The article offers answers to these questions through the study of a pension program for the elderly in Uganda, adopting a policy feedback perspective. Political and administrative district authorities occupy an important place in the implementation of the program, and maintain relationships based on paternalistic dominance with its beneficiaries. This paternalistic dominance influences the way in which the latter perceive their pension, as a favor and not a right. As the beneficiaries feel morally indebted, their use of the pension can be oriented by the authorities without resorting to constraints.
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Ronan Jacquin. Les cash transfers à l’épreuve de l’intermédiation administrative en Ouganda : Rapports de domination et policy feedbacks dans la mise en œuvre d’un programme de pensions. Revue internationale des études du développement, 2022, Les modèles voyageurs : une ingénierie sociale du développement, 248, pp.87-113. ⟨10.4000/ried.313⟩. ⟨hal-03659281⟩

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