From Recipients to Donors: Emerging powers and the changing development landscape

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From Recipients to Donors examines the emergence, or re-emergence, of a large number of nations as partners and donors in international development, from global powers such as Brazil, China and India, to Gulf states such as Saudi Arabia, to former socialist states such as Poland and Russia. The impact of these countries in international development has grown sharply, and as a result they have become a subject of intense interest and analysis.

This unique book explores the range of opportunities and challenges this phenomenon presents for poorer countries and for development policy, ideology and governance. Drawing on the author's rich original research, whilst expertly condensing published and unpublished material, From Recipients to Donors is an essential critical analysis and review for anyone interested in development, aid and international relations.

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ISBN-13: 9781848139466
ISBN-10: 1848139462
Pagini: 280
Dimensiuni: 138 x 216 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.36 kg
Editura: ZED BOOKS
Colecția Zed Books


1. Contexts: the rising powers and mainstream foreign aid
2. Histories and lineages of non-DAC aid and development cooperation
3. The (re-)emerging development partners today: institutions, recipients and flows
4. Modalities and practices: the substance of (re-)emerging development partnerships
5. Discourse, imagery and performance: constructing non-DAC development assistance
6. Institutional overtures, challenges and changes: changing development governance
7. From aid to development effectiveness and New Global Partnerships