Aid Relationships In Asia: Exploring Ownership In Japanese And Nordic Aid by A. Jerve

Aid Relationships In Asia: Exploring Ownership In Japanese And Nordic Aid

EditorA. Jerve, Y. Shimomura, A. Hansen

Hardcover | December 14, 2007

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This book brings fresh perspectives into the debate on aid effectiveness and aid relationships. Asia provides a 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.

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Alf Morten Jerve is Director at the Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen, Norway. Yasatami Shimomura is Professor at Hosei University, Tokyo, Japan. Annette Skovsted Hansen is Associate Professor at Aarhus University, Denmark.

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Title:Aid Relationships In Asia: Exploring Ownership In Japanese And Nordic AidFormat:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:December 14, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230004954

ISBN - 13:9780230004955

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PART 1: PARTNERSHIP AND OWNERSHIP IN AID: EXPLORING THE LINK * From Partnership to Ownership or the Other Way Round? Lessons from Japanese and Nordic Aid in Asia--A.M.Jerve, J.Koponen & A.S.Hansen * The Donor-Recipient Relationship in the Aid Effectiveness Debate--M.Nissanke * Ownership of What? Beyond National Poverty Strategies and Aid * Harmonization in the Case of Vietnam--I.Ohno & K.Ohno * PART 2: AID PARTNERSHIPS WHEN AID DOMINATES * Laos: Aid as an Intermediary in the Contestation of State Power--S.Roberts & H.Marcussen * Sri Lanka: Determinants of 'National Ownership'--A.M.Jerve, W.D.Lakshman & P.Ratnayake * Mongolia: Diffusion of Ownership and the Role of Foreign Consultants--L.Luvsanjamt & M.Söderberg * Nepal: Accommodating Political Instability--T.Fujikura, A.S.Hansen, J.Koponen & S.Sharma * PART 3: AID PARTNERSHIPS WHEN AID IS MARGINAL * China: Seed Money and a Window for Contacts--H.Liping & M.Söderberg * Thailand: In Pursuit of 'Graduation'--Y.Shimomura * Vietnam: Managing Donor Involvement in National Planning--L.T.Forsberg * Thailand: Ownership at the Local Level--E.Tasarika & S.Wajjwalku * Vietnam: Managing Donors at the Local Level--I.Norlund, V.M.Loi, T.D.Luan & D.B.Thuy * Vietnam: Negotiating Diverging Expectations--M.Hakkarainen & H.Katsui