Challenging the Aid Paradigm: Western Currents and Asian Alternatives by J. SörensenChallenging the Aid Paradigm: Western Currents and Asian Alternatives by J. Sörensen

Challenging the Aid Paradigm: Western Currents and Asian Alternatives

byJ. Sörensen

Hardcover | April 29, 2010

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Challenging the Aid Paradigm critically examines central aspects of Western international aid policy, while at the same time exploring non-western, especially Chinese, aid and assesses to what extent these may be competitive or complementary.
MARK DUFFIELD Professor of Development Politics, University of Bristol, UK VANESSA PUPAVAC Lecturer in International Relations, University of Nottingham, UK MARIE SÖDERBERG Professor of Economics and Director of the European Institute for Japanese Studies, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden HE WENPING Professor in the Chinese Academ...
Title:Challenging the Aid Paradigm: Western Currents and Asian AlternativesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:257 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.63 inPublished:April 29, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230577660

ISBN - 13:9780230577664

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Reinventing Development for the 21st Century?; J.S.Sörensen PART I: WESTERN CURRENTS The Development-Security Nexus in Historical Perspective: Governing the World of Peoples; M.Duffield From Materialism to Non-Materialism in International Development: Revisiting Rostow's Stages of Growth and Schumacher's Small is Beautiful; V.Pupavac Aid Policy, Civil Society and Ethnic Polarization; J.S.Sörensen PART II: ASIAN ALTERNATIVES Challenges or Complements for the West: Is There an Asian Model of Aid Emerging?; M.Söderberg China's Aid to Africa: Policy Evolution, Characteristics and its Role; H.Wenping Chinese and African Views on Chinese Aid and Trade in Africa; J.Lagerkvist Chinese Foreign Aid: The tale of a silent enterprise; Y.Mohamed-Mahmood China in Africa: Any Impact on Development and Aid?; H.Melber Conclusion: The 'Bios' and 'Geo' of Contemporary Development-Security Policy; J.S.Sörensen