MCA-Liberia updates

A Constraints Analysis (CA) involves posing and answering a sequence of diagnostic questions that highlight the “root causes” that constrain investment. Diagram 1.1 below presents a hierarchical framework or “tree” to organize and motivate the questions driving the CA. Answering those questions involves: (1) selecting and formulating the diagnostic questions in a sensible way for the country at hand; (2) researching and marshaling key evidence and data that shed light on the questions; and (3) answering the questions based on the balance of such evidence. Read More