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5. Recognising that development agencies are political actors. **** This paper provides a detailed overview of five key tools and frameworks for political and social analysis, discussed above: Power Analysis, Drivers of Change, Strategic Corruption and Governance Analysis, Poverty and Social Impact Analysis, and Problem-Driven Political Economy. 'third way' neoliberalism and its cap-acity to rationalise the contradictory failures social forces in Chilean society reveals neoliberalism to be a state-authored project. Moreover, ongoing neoliberal- political economy and development will find Taylor's book insightful and valuable. Chile is traditionally considered as a model in Latin America in terms of political and financial transparency. It has also been one of the fastest growing economies in Latin America over the last decade, enabling the country to significantly reduce poverty (World Bank). According to the IMF, GDP increased by % in , against % in Chile: Political and Economic Conditions and U.S. Relations Congressional Research Service 1 Political and Economic Background Located in the Southern Cone of South America, Chile is a politically stable, upper-middle-income, developing nation of million people.1 The country declared independence from Spain in but did not.