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The future of development assistance : common pools and international public goods

Author: S M Ravi Kanbur; Todd Sandler; Kevin M Morrison; Overseas Development Council.
Publisher: Washington, DC : Overseas Development Council, 1999.
Series: Policy essay, no. 25.
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"Development assistance is beset by two challenges; its past ineffectivenness in achieving the objectives of development and poverty reduction, and the emergence of a range of transnational problems affecting both developed and developing countries. How can aid be delivered more effectively? And how can it assist in international public goods which solve transnational problems? In this essay, the authors propose a  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kanbur, S. M. Ravi.
Future of development assistance.
Washington, DC : Overseas Development Council, 1999
(OCoLC)646944774
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S M Ravi Kanbur; Todd Sandler; Kevin M Morrison; Overseas Development Council.
ISBN: 1565170261 9781565170261
OCLC Number: 41649686
Description: x,106 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction and executive summary --
The context of development assistance --
Improving country-focused assistance: toward a common pool approach --
International public goods and development assistance --
Further thoughts and questions.
Series Title: Policy essay, no. 25.
Responsibility: by Ravi Kanbur and Todd Sandler with Kevin M. Morrison.
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"Development assistance is beset by two challenges; its past ineffectivenness in achieving the objectives of development and poverty reduction, and the emergence of a range of transnational problems affecting both developed and developing countries. How can aid be delivered more effectively? And how can it assist in international public goods which solve transnational problems? In this essay, the authors propose a twofold framework to guide development assistance: an approach to country-focused aid that would minimize coordination difficulties and enhance recipient country ownership, and a nuanced scheme for the provision of international public goods."--BOOK JACKET.

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