Aid Relationships in Asia : Exploring ownership in Japanese and Nordic Aid (Tidsskrift)

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The aim of this book is to bring fresh perspectives into the debate on aid relationships and aid effectiveness. The contributions of Nordic, Japanese and other Asian scholars add views from aid recipient countries and donors that hitherto have not figured prominently in this debate. A main objective is to study aid relationships as seen from the recipient side. A number of case studies, which focus on aid ownership and partnership at the implementation level, introduce the reader to Japanese and Nordic aid to Asia. The study is situated in Asia to contrast the dismal picture of aid effectiveness, which is often painted in studies from Africa. Asia provides a more varied picture with its combination of rapidly developing countries where aid plays a less central role such as China, Vietnam, and Thailand as well as more aid dependent countries such as Nepal, Sri Lanka and Mongolia.
16 jun. 200530 jun. 2006

Tidsskrift

TidsskriftAid Relationships in Asia : Exploring ownership in Japanese and Nordic Aid

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