The Coady International Institute’s Innovation series, launched in 2015, showcases the work of Coady faculty, associates, and partners. Acting as a bridge between academic and practitioner worlds, the Coady Institute contributes new ideas, new ways of putting ideas into practice and innovative ways of creating transformative experiences in our educational programs. The publications in this series are colour coded to identify these three aspects of innovation using the “Coady colours” : blue for “innovative thinking”, green for “innovative practice” and orange for “innovative teaching”.
- Producer-Led Value Chain Analysis, by Yogesh Ghore, 2015, a tool for effective engagement by small producers. Innovation Series No. 3: Innovative Practice (1.5 Mb pdf)
- Producer-Led Value Chain Analysis: A facilitator’s guide, 2015, Innovation Series No. 3b: Innovative Practice (2.5 Mb pdf).
- From Study Clubs to Co-operative Inquiries: Social learning at the Coady International Institute, Olga Gladkikh, 2015. Innovation Series No. 4: Innovative Teaching (3.2 Mb pdf).
Coady Occasional Papers Series documents research and issues written by Coady staff and associates, including research in progress to encourage feedback and discussion. Starting in 2015 this series is replaced by the Innovations Series listed above.
- Capturing Unpredictable and Intangible Change: Evaluating an Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) Approach in Ethiopia, Brianne Peters, Mengistu Gonsamo and Samuel Molla, 2011. Occasional Paper #10. (9 Mb pdf)
- Community Economic Literacy and the ‘Leaky Bucket’, Gord Cunningham, 2011. Occasional Paper #9. (2 Mb pdf)
- ITC Choupal Fresh: A Case in Pro Poor Value Chains, Rewa Misra, 2009. Occasional Paper #8. (734K pdf)
- By Their Own Hands: 200 Years of Building Community in St. Andrews, Nova Scotia, Gord Cunningham & Kate Fiander, 2009. Occasional Paper #7. (504K pdf)
- Village Development Committees for Representative and Responsive Rural Governance, Jordan MacDonald, 2006. Occasional Paper #6. (727K pdf)
- Who is driving development? Reflections on the Transformative Potential of Asset-Based Community Development, Alison Mathie & Gord Cunningham, 2003. Occasional Paper #5. (503K pdf)
(also appears in Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 26 (1), 175-187).
- From Clients to Citizens: Asset-Based Community Development as a Strategy For Community-Driven Development
Alison Mathie & Gord Cunningham, 2002. Occasional Paper #4. (576K pdf). Published in Development in Practice 13(5), 2003.
- Future Directions For Development Non-Governmental Organizations
Robert Fugere, 2001. Occasional Paper #3. (485K pdf)
- Including the Excluded: Lessons Learned from the Poverty Targeting Strategies Used by Micro-Finance Providers, Alison Mathie, 2001. Occasional Paper #2. (89K pdf)
- Past, Present and Future: Educating for Social and Economic Change at the Coady International Institute, John Kearney & Alison Mathie, 2001. Occasional Paper #1. (502K pdf)