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Japan's development assistance : foreign aid and the post-2015 agenda

Author: 加藤, 宏(1954- ) 下村, 恭民. ; ; Hiroshi Katō, (Researcher); John Page, (Economist); Yasutami Shimomura
Publisher: Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. ©2016
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Once the world's largest ODA provider, contemporary Japan seems much less visible in international development. However, this book demonstrates that Japan, with its own aid philosophy, experiences, and models of aid, has ample lessons to offer to the international community as the latter seeks new paradigms of development cooperation.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: 加藤, 宏(1954- ) 下村, 恭民. ; ; Hiroshi Katō, (Researcher); John Page, (Economist); Yasutami Shimomura
ISBN: 9781137505378 1137505370
OCLC Number: 935307837
Notes: Contents note continued: 21.6. Conclusions / Hiroshi Kato / John Page / Yasutami Shimomura.
Description: xxix, 369 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 25 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. Japan's ODA 1954-2014: Changes and Continuities in a Central Instrument in Japan's Foreign Policy --
1.1. Introduction / Hiroshi Kato --
1.2. Chronological review / Hiroshi Kato --
1.2.1. The 1950s: Era of war reparations and economic recovery / Hiroshi Kato --
1.2.2. The 1960s: ODA expanded as a means of economic growth / Hiroshi Kato --
1.2.3. The 1970s: ODA policy changes in the wake of various shocks / Hiroshi Kato --
1.2.4. The 1980s: Road to the top-Further expansion of ODA / Hiroshi Kato --
1.2.5. The 1990s: Fulfilling responsibility as the top ODA donor / Hiroshi Kato --
1.2.6. The 2000s: The period of soul-searching / Hiroshi Kato --
1.2.7. The 2010s: Toward the reinvention of ODA / Hiroshi Kato --
1.3. Characteristics of Japan's ODA / Hiroshi Kato --
1.3.1. Decentralized systems and responsibilities for ODA policymaking and implementation / Hiroshi Kato --
1.3.2. Extensive use of loans / Hiroshi Kato. Note continued: 1.3.3. Request-based principle / Hiroshi Kato --
1.3.4. Asia-centered / Hiroshi Kato --
1.3.5. Emphasis on economic infrastructure / Hiroshi Kato --
1.3.6. Poverty reduction versus economic take-off / Hiroshi Kato --
1.3.7. Emphasis on human resource development and field orientation / Hiroshi Kato --
1.3.8. Broad-based support for implementation / Hiroshi Kato --
1.4. Examples of landmark projects / Hiroshi Kato --
1.5. Conclusion / Hiroshi Kato --
2. Japan's Engagement with Multilateral Development Banks: Do Their Professional Paths Really Cross? / Hiroshi Kato --
2.1. Japan's historical contribution to MDBs / Kiyoshi Kodera --
2.2. Japan and MDBs: Chronicle / Kiyoshi Kodera --
2.2.1.1950s, 1960s, and 1970s: From large borrower to important donor to the MDBs / Kiyoshi Kodera --
2.2.2.1980s: Further strengthening of Japan's financial role / Kiyoshi Kodera --
2.2.3.1990s: Addressing new challenges / Kiyoshi Kodera. Note continued: 2.2.4.2000s: A period of retrenchment / Kiyoshi Kodera --
2.3. Reflection on Japan's engagement with MDBs / Kiyoshi Kodera --
2.3.1. Has Japan made good use of MDBs for its ODA policy? / Kiyoshi Kodera --
2.3.2. Did Japan consciously integrate the MDB dimension into its overall ODA framework and strategy? / Kiyoshi Kodera --
2.3.3. How will Japan deal with the changing dynamics of the international aid architecture and future MDBs governance as a major and responsible shareholder? / Kiyoshi Kodera --
2.3.4. Final words: Beyond financial contributions / Kiyoshi Kodera --
3. Origins of Japanese Aid Policy-Post-war Reconstruction, Reparations, and World Bank Projects / Kiyoshi Kodera --
3.1. Introduction / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
3.2. Experience during the post-war era / Mikiyasu Nakayama / Ryo Fujikura --
3.3. Priority production system: An attempt at self-help / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama. Note continued: 3.4. War reparations / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
3.4.1. The norm at dawn of Japanese foreign aid / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
3.4.2. Prioritizing infrastructure / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
3.4.3. Prioritizing the Asian region / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
3.5. World Bank loans / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
3.5.1. Introduction of foreign capital / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
3.5.2. Modern financial affairs learned by the World Bank / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
3.5.3. Modern concept of the consulting firm introduced by the World Bank / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
3.5.4. Effects on Japanese domestic policies / Mikiyasu Nakayama / Ryo Fujikura --
3.6. Discussion / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
4. Japan's Foreign Aid: Institutional Change and Shifting Policy Directions / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama --
4.1. Aid administration and institutional changes / Purnendra Iain. Note continued: 4.2. Policy changes / Purnendra Iain --
4.2.1. ODA Charters / Purnendra Iain --
4.2.2. Geographic shift / Purnendra Iain --
4.2.3. Northeast Asia: China / Purnendra Iain --
4.2.4. India and Southeast Asia / Purnendra Iain --
4.3. Future directions / Purnendra Iain --
4.4. Assessment and conclusion / Purnendra Iain --
5. The Political Economy of Japan's Aid Policy Trajectory: With Particular Reference to the Changes and Continuity under the ODA Charter / Purnendra Iain --
5.1. Introduction / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.1.1. Objective / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.1.2. Analytical framework / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.2. The political economy of the evolution of the ODA Charter / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.2.1. Convergence with the mainstream / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.2.2. Advocating Japan's own thinking / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.3. The political economy of the revision in 2003 / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.3.1. Aid policy in an adverse wind / Yasutami Shimomura. Note continued: 5.3.2. Three major domestic stakeholders / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.3.3. The revised charter: An attempt of soft landing / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.4. Changes and continuity under the ODA Charter / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.4.1. The rise and fall of "negative linkage" / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.4.2. Stable geographical and sectoral distribution / Yasutami Shimomura --
5.5. Opportunities and challenges / Yasutami Shimomura --
6. The Benefits of Unification Failure: Re-examining the Evolution of Economic Cooperation in Japan / Yasutami Shimomura --
6.1. Degree of centralization / Jin Sato --
6.2. Literature review / Jin Sato --
6.3. Unrealized demands of administrative unity / Jin Sato --
6.3.1. Pressures from the business community / Jin Sato --
6.3.2. Initiatives within the government / Jin Sato --
6.4. Discussion: The benefits of a multi-centric system / Jin Sato --
6.5. Conclusion and implications / Jin Sato. Note continued: 7. The East Asian Miracle and Development Policy: A Twenty-Year Retrospective / Jin Sato --
7.1. Introduction / John Page --
7.2. States, markets, and the Miracle / John Page --
7.2.1. The Miracle and the Washington Consensus / John Page --
7.2.2. Economic growth in the 1990s and the Growth Commission / John Page --
7.3. The debate over Asia's growth / John Page --
7.4. How durable were the policy lessons? / John Page --
7.4.1. Getting the fundamentals right / John Page --
7.4.2. The role of manufactured exports / John Page --
7.4.3. Industrial policy / John Page --
7.5. The Miracle and the donors: Did anyone listen? / John Page --
7.5.1. Misplaced goals: Education and infrastructure / John Page --
7.5.2. National ownership of development strategy / John Page --
7.5.3. Flexibility and experimentation / John Page --
7.6. Conclusions / John Page --
8. Japan, Korea, and China: Styles of ODA in East Asia / John Page. Note continued: 8.1. Literature on East Asian foreign aid / Eun Mee Kim / Barbara Stallings --
8.2. Asian versus Western donors: A look at the data / Barbara Stallings / Eun Mee Kim --
8.3. Asian donors to non-Asian countries / Barbara Stallings / Eun Mee Kim --
8.4. Explaining similarities / Eun Mee Kim / Barbara Stallings --
8.5. Conclusions: Rivals or partners? / Barbara Stallings / Eun Mee Kim --
9. Policies and Practices of China's Foreign Aid: A Comparison with Japan / Barbara Stallings / Eun Mee Kim --
9.1. The differences between China's and Japan's foreign aid policies / Meibo Huang --
9.1.1. Aid motivation and principles / Meibo Huang --
9.1.2. Scale and channels of foreign aid / Meibo Huang --
9.1.3. Regional and country allocations / Meibo Huang --
9.2. Similarities between Chinese and Japanese foreign aid practices / Meibo Huang --
9.2.1. Aid philosophies: Emphasis on building recipients' self-help capacity / Meibo Huang. Note continued: 9.2.2. Assistance schemes: Dominance of loans / Meibo Huang --
9.2.3. Sector distribution: Emphasis on economic infrastructure and production sectors, and project-based aid / Meibo Huang --
9.3. Conclusions: Chinese international responsibility and its integration into the international development system / Meibo Huang --
9.3.1. International responsibility / Meibo Huang --
9.3.2. Foreign aid policy and practices / Meibo Huang --
10. Japan's Official Development Assistance to Sub-Saharan Africa: Patterns, Dynamics, and Lessons / Meibo Huang --
10.1. Introduction / Scarlett Comelissen --
10.2. The early phases of Japan's ODA to sub-Saharan Africa: 1970s and 1980s / Scarlett Comelissen --
10.3. Japan's Africa ODA over the past 20 years / Scarlett Comelissen --
10.3.1. The TICAD process-The first two conferences / Scarlett Comelissen --
10.3.2. Evolving dynamics-The latter phases of TICAD / Scarlett Comelissen. Note continued: 10.4. Looking back, looking ahead / Scarlett Comelissen --
10.5. Conclusion / Scarlett Comelissen --
11. Catalyzing Transformation for Inclusive Growth / Scarlett Comelissen --
11.1. Introduction / Akio Hosono --
11.2. Analytical perspective / Akio Hosono --
11.2.1. Overview and key issues / Akio Hosono --
11.2.2. Aid and economic transformation / Akio Hosono --
11.2.3. Transformation for jobs and inclusive growth / Akio Hosono --
11.2.4. Aid and transformation for jobs and inclusive growth: Japan's view / Akio Hosono --
11.3. Outstanding cases of economic transformation for jobs and inclusive growth / Akio Hosono --
11.3.1. Case 1: Prodigious development of Thailand's automobile industry: Becoming the largest hub of automobile export in ASEAN with a competitive supporting industry / Akio Hosono --
11.3.2. Case 2: The Bangladeshi garment industry: Becoming one of the world's biggest exporters of ready-made garments / Akio Hosono. Note continued: 11.3.3. Case 3: Tanzania's rice production: Achieving self-sufficiency of rice, the second most important staple crop, with high demand-supply gap in sub-Saharan Africa / Akio Hosono --
11.3.4. Case 4: Diversification through agroforestry in arid and semi-arid Kenya / Akio Hosono --
11.3.5. Case 5: Cerrado agriculture with inclusive and sustainable growth: Transforming a vast barren area into one of the most productive agricultural regions in the world / Akio Hosono --
11.3.6. Case 6: Chile's aquaculture of salmon and shellfish: Becoming a global exporter from scratch / Akio Hosono --
11.4. Concluding remarks / Akio Hosono --
12. Revisiting Policy-Based Financing: Experiences of Japan, Asia, and Other Countries, and Their Relevance to the Post-2015 Development Agenda / Akio Hosono --
12.1. Introduction / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.2. PBF in Japan / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.2.1. Post-war history of Japan's PBF / Kazuto Tsuji. Note continued: 12.2.2. Success factors of JDB's PBF / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.2.3. Present challenges of DBJ's PBF / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.3. PBF in Asia and other countries / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.3.1. PBF supported by Japan's ODA / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.3.2. Other PBF / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.4. The success and failure of the past PBF / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.4.1. Criteria for success / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.4.2. Lessons learned from the experiences of PBF in Asia and other countries / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.5. Transformation of ODA's role in development / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.6. The renewed role of PBF and the renewed role of ODA to assist it / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.6.1. The renewed role of PBF: Concrete measures and risks / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.6.2. The renewed role of ODA to assist PBF: Risk mitigation / Kazuto Tsuji --
12.7. Conclusion / Kazuto Tsuji --
13. Embracing Human Security: New Directions of Japan's ODA for the 21st Century / Kazuto Tsuji. Note continued: 13.1. Introduction / Oscar A. Gomez / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Yoichi Mine --
13.2. Japan's embracement of the idea of human security / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine --
13.2.1. The idea of human security / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine --
13.2.2. Human security and Japan's ODA / Oscar A. Gomez / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Yoichi Mine --
13.3. ODA and JICA's human security practice: A brief history / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine --
13.3.1. Natural disasters / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine --
13.3.2. Climate change / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine --
13.3.3. Infectious diseases / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine --
13.3.4. Violent conflict / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine --
13.4. Stepping forward to realize human security / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Yoichi Mine / Oscar A. Gomez. Note continued: 13.4.1. Emphasizing prevention / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine --
13.4.2. Realizing seamless assistance / Oscar A. Gomez / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Yoichi Mine --
13.4.3. Caring for the most vulnerable / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine --
13.5. Conclusion / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine --
14. Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers: Its Genesis and Development / Oscar A. Gomez / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Yoichi Mine --
14.1. Introduction / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.2. Why JOCV matters / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.2.1. Questions about JOCV / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.2.2. Literature and analytical framework / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.3. International factors / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.3.1. The Cold War and Japan-US relations / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.3.2. Pressure from the United States in the Puerto Rico conference / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.4. Domestic social factors / Yasunobu Okabe. Note continued: 14.5. Agential factors and the political process / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.5.1. Youth association leaders and young members of the LDP / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.5.2. Policymaking: LDP and MOFA / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.6. Long-term institutional development / Yasunobu Okabe --
14.7. Conclusion / Yasunobu Okabe --
15. Japan and the United Nations: Its Past, Present, and Future / Yasunobu Okabe --
15.1. Failing of charity diplomacy or unfailing strategic use of aid resources / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.1.1. Conundrum of Japan's assessed contributions to the United Nations / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.1.2. Implications of strategic distribution of "noncore" voluntary contributions / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.1.3. The United Nations as an instrument of Japanese foreign policy / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.2. Neorealist shift in Japan's aid policy and adoption of peacekeeping cooperation / Sukehiro Hasegawa. Note continued: 15.2.1. Juxtaposition of the United Nations and Japanese principles of self-restraint / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.2.2. Embryogenesis of Japanese staff / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.2.3. UN Security Council reform and contributing criteria for permanent membership / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.3. In quest of a constructivist approach / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.3.1. Human security and quest of ownership / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.3.2. Peacebuilding and leadership role in launching UN mechanism / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.3.3. TICAD and sharing of ownership / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
15.4. Future imperatives in the Japan-United Nations relationship / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
16. The World Bank and Japan / Sukehiro Hasegawa --
16.1. Part I: The World Bank as lender to Japan, 1951-1966 / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu --
16.1.1. Introduction / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu --
16.1.2. Applying for membership and becoming a member / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu. Note continued: 16.1.3. Economic reports and lending operations / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe --
16.1.4. Initial period: 1953-1957 / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu --
16.1.5. Second period: 1958-1961 / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe --
16.1.6. Third period: 1963-1966 / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe --
16.1.7. Section summary / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu --
16.2. Part II: A fully engaged Japan / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu --
16.2.1. Japan as number two / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu --
16.2.2. From tension to miracle / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe --
16.2.3. One more stand / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe --
16.3. Part III: Drifting apart / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu --
16.4. Part IV: Quo vadis World Bank-Japan relationship? / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe --
16.4.1. Interview findings / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe --
16.4.2. Some suggestions for the way forward / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu --
17. OECD-DAC and Japan: Its Past, Present, and Future / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu. Note continued: 17.1. Summary / Richard Manning --
17.2. Origins / Richard Manning --
17.3. The dialogue between Japan and its Western partners, 1960-2001 / Richard Manning --
17.3.1. The early years (1961-1979) / Richard Manning --
17.3.2. The rise of Japan and its implications (1980-1989) / Richard Manning --
17.3.3. Paradoxes (1990-2001) / Richard Manning --
17.3.4. The challenges of a new century (2001-2014) / Richard Manning --
18. Lessons for Japanese Foreign Aid from Research on Aid's Impact / Richard Manning --
18.1. Introduction / Tony Addison / Finn Tarp --
18.2. What has aid achieved? / Tony Addison / Finn Tarp --
18.3. What can aid do next? Structural transformation as a challenge / Tony Addison / Finn Tarp --
18.4. Infrastructure for structural transformation / Tony Addison / Finn Tarp --
18.5. Final observations and conclusions / Tony Addison / Finn Tarp. Note continued: 19. New Actors, New Instruments, New Priorities: Toward a Sustainable Development Transformation / Tony Addison / Finn Tarp --
19.1. Introduction / Julie Biau / Homi Kharas --
19.2. The changing global context for development / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau --
19.3. The post-2015 debate / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau --
19.4. Universality and consensus building in post-2015 / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau --
19.5. Financing the post-2015 agenda / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau --
19.6. Transparency, accountability, and burden sharing / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau --
19.7. Japan and the future of international cooperation / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau --
20. NGOs and Japan's ODA: Critical Views and Advocacy / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau --
20.1. Introduction / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.2. Beginning of ODA advocacy by NGOs in the 1980s / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.2.1. PARC's "no aid" / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.2.2. First organized advocacy by REAL / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.2.3. REAL's descendants / Masaaki Ohashi. Note continued: 20.3. The peak of ODA criticism during the 1990s / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.3.1. Calls for ODA fundamental law / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.3.2. Formation of ODA Charter and questions about its applications / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.3.3. Criticisms and counter-arguments in publications of the 1990s / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.3.4. The first successful ODA advocacy by an NGO implementing projects / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.4. NGOs' resonance with global advocacy and international development frames from the 1990s / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.4.1. Jubilee 2000 / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.4.2. Global Call to Action against Poverty / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.4.3. Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness and Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.5. Advocacy for the recent ODA implementation of system reforms / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.5.1. Creation of JBIC / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.5.2. Creation of new JICA / Masaaki Ohashi. Note continued: 20.5.3. Creation of guidelines for confirmation of environmental and social considerations / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.6. Other major advocacy toward Japan's ODA in recent years / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.6.1. Periodic dialogues with MOFA, JICA, and others / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.6.2. Japan Platform / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.6.3. Revisions of the ODA Charter / Masaaki Ohashi --
20.7. Conclusion / Masaaki Ohashi --
21. Japan's Foreign Assistance at 60: Reflecting on the Past and Looking to the Future / Masaaki Ohashi --
21.1. Introduction / Hiroshi Kato / John Page / Yasutami Shimomura --
21.2. Japan's evolving approach to foreign assistance / Hiroshi Kato / John Page / Yasutami Shimomura --
21.3. Some lessons of experience / Hiroshi Kato / Yasutami Shimomura / John Page --
21.4. Adapting to the changing aid environment / John Page / Hiroshi Kato / Yasutami Shimomura --
21.5. Japan and the post-2015 agenda / John Page / Hiroshi Kato / Yasutami Shimomura.
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    schema:description "Note continued: 9.2.2. Assistance schemes: Dominance of loans / Meibo Huang -- 9.2.3. Sector distribution: Emphasis on economic infrastructure and production sectors, and project-based aid / Meibo Huang -- 9.3. Conclusions: Chinese international responsibility and its integration into the international development system / Meibo Huang -- 9.3.1. International responsibility / Meibo Huang -- 9.3.2. Foreign aid policy and practices / Meibo Huang -- 10. Japan's Official Development Assistance to Sub-Saharan Africa: Patterns, Dynamics, and Lessons / Meibo Huang -- 10.1. Introduction / Scarlett Comelissen -- 10.2. The early phases of Japan's ODA to sub-Saharan Africa: 1970s and 1980s / Scarlett Comelissen -- 10.3. Japan's Africa ODA over the past 20 years / Scarlett Comelissen -- 10.3.1. The TICAD process-The first two conferences / Scarlett Comelissen -- 10.3.2. Evolving dynamics-The latter phases of TICAD / Scarlett Comelissen."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 13.4.1. Emphasizing prevention / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine -- 13.4.2. Realizing seamless assistance / Oscar A. Gomez / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Yoichi Mine -- 13.4.3. Caring for the most vulnerable / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine -- 13.5. Conclusion / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine -- 14. Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers: Its Genesis and Development / Oscar A. Gomez / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Yoichi Mine -- 14.1. Introduction / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.2. Why JOCV matters / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.2.1. Questions about JOCV / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.2.2. Literature and analytical framework / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.3. International factors / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.3.1. The Cold War and Japan-US relations / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.3.2. Pressure from the United States in the Puerto Rico conference / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.4. Domestic social factors / Yasunobu Okabe."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 20.5.3. Creation of guidelines for confirmation of environmental and social considerations / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.6. Other major advocacy toward Japan's ODA in recent years / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.6.1. Periodic dialogues with MOFA, JICA, and others / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.6.2. Japan Platform / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.6.3. Revisions of the ODA Charter / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.7. Conclusion / Masaaki Ohashi -- 21. Japan's Foreign Assistance at 60: Reflecting on the Past and Looking to the Future / Masaaki Ohashi -- 21.1. Introduction / Hiroshi Kato / John Page / Yasutami Shimomura -- 21.2. Japan's evolving approach to foreign assistance / Hiroshi Kato / John Page / Yasutami Shimomura -- 21.3. Some lessons of experience / Hiroshi Kato / Yasutami Shimomura / John Page -- 21.4. Adapting to the changing aid environment / John Page / Hiroshi Kato / Yasutami Shimomura -- 21.5. Japan and the post-2015 agenda / John Page / Hiroshi Kato / Yasutami Shimomura."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 13.1. Introduction / Oscar A. Gomez / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Yoichi Mine -- 13.2. Japan's embracement of the idea of human security / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine -- 13.2.1. The idea of human security / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine -- 13.2.2. Human security and Japan's ODA / Oscar A. Gomez / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Yoichi Mine -- 13.3. ODA and JICA's human security practice: A brief history / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine -- 13.3.1. Natural disasters / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine -- 13.3.2. Climate change / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine -- 13.3.3. Infectious diseases / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine -- 13.3.4. Violent conflict / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Oscar A. Gomez / Yoichi Mine -- 13.4. Stepping forward to realize human security / Sachiko G. Kamidohzono / Yoichi Mine / Oscar A. Gomez."@en ;
    schema:description "Machine generated contents note: 1. Japan's ODA 1954-2014: Changes and Continuities in a Central Instrument in Japan's Foreign Policy -- 1.1. Introduction / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.2. Chronological review / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.2.1. The 1950s: Era of war reparations and economic recovery / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.2.2. The 1960s: ODA expanded as a means of economic growth / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.2.3. The 1970s: ODA policy changes in the wake of various shocks / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.2.4. The 1980s: Road to the top-Further expansion of ODA / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.2.5. The 1990s: Fulfilling responsibility as the top ODA donor / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.2.6. The 2000s: The period of soul-searching / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.2.7. The 2010s: Toward the reinvention of ODA / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.3. Characteristics of Japan's ODA / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.3.1. Decentralized systems and responsibilities for ODA policymaking and implementation / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.3.2. Extensive use of loans / Hiroshi Kato."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 2.2.4.2000s: A period of retrenchment / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 2.3. Reflection on Japan's engagement with MDBs / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 2.3.1. Has Japan made good use of MDBs for its ODA policy? / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 2.3.2. Did Japan consciously integrate the MDB dimension into its overall ODA framework and strategy? / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 2.3.3. How will Japan deal with the changing dynamics of the international aid architecture and future MDBs governance as a major and responsible shareholder? / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 2.3.4. Final words: Beyond financial contributions / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 3. Origins of Japanese Aid Policy-Post-war Reconstruction, Reparations, and World Bank Projects / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 3.1. Introduction / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 3.2. Experience during the post-war era / Mikiyasu Nakayama / Ryo Fujikura -- 3.3. Priority production system: An attempt at self-help / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 4.2. Policy changes / Purnendra Iain -- 4.2.1. ODA Charters / Purnendra Iain -- 4.2.2. Geographic shift / Purnendra Iain -- 4.2.3. Northeast Asia: China / Purnendra Iain -- 4.2.4. India and Southeast Asia / Purnendra Iain -- 4.3. Future directions / Purnendra Iain -- 4.4. Assessment and conclusion / Purnendra Iain -- 5. The Political Economy of Japan's Aid Policy Trajectory: With Particular Reference to the Changes and Continuity under the ODA Charter / Purnendra Iain -- 5.1. Introduction / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.1.1. Objective / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.1.2. Analytical framework / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.2. The political economy of the evolution of the ODA Charter / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.2.1. Convergence with the mainstream / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.2.2. Advocating Japan's own thinking / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.3. The political economy of the revision in 2003 / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.3.1. Aid policy in an adverse wind / Yasutami Shimomura."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 8.1. Literature on East Asian foreign aid / Eun Mee Kim / Barbara Stallings -- 8.2. Asian versus Western donors: A look at the data / Barbara Stallings / Eun Mee Kim -- 8.3. Asian donors to non-Asian countries / Barbara Stallings / Eun Mee Kim -- 8.4. Explaining similarities / Eun Mee Kim / Barbara Stallings -- 8.5. Conclusions: Rivals or partners? / Barbara Stallings / Eun Mee Kim -- 9. Policies and Practices of China's Foreign Aid: A Comparison with Japan / Barbara Stallings / Eun Mee Kim -- 9.1. The differences between China's and Japan's foreign aid policies / Meibo Huang -- 9.1.1. Aid motivation and principles / Meibo Huang -- 9.1.2. Scale and channels of foreign aid / Meibo Huang -- 9.1.3. Regional and country allocations / Meibo Huang -- 9.2. Similarities between Chinese and Japanese foreign aid practices / Meibo Huang -- 9.2.1. Aid philosophies: Emphasis on building recipients' self-help capacity / Meibo Huang."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 11.3.3. Case 3: Tanzania's rice production: Achieving self-sufficiency of rice, the second most important staple crop, with high demand-supply gap in sub-Saharan Africa / Akio Hosono -- 11.3.4. Case 4: Diversification through agroforestry in arid and semi-arid Kenya / Akio Hosono -- 11.3.5. Case 5: Cerrado agriculture with inclusive and sustainable growth: Transforming a vast barren area into one of the most productive agricultural regions in the world / Akio Hosono -- 11.3.6. Case 6: Chile's aquaculture of salmon and shellfish: Becoming a global exporter from scratch / Akio Hosono -- 11.4. Concluding remarks / Akio Hosono -- 12. Revisiting Policy-Based Financing: Experiences of Japan, Asia, and Other Countries, and Their Relevance to the Post-2015 Development Agenda / Akio Hosono -- 12.1. Introduction / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.2. PBF in Japan / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.2.1. Post-war history of Japan's PBF / Kazuto Tsuji."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 12.2.2. Success factors of JDB's PBF / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.2.3. Present challenges of DBJ's PBF / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.3. PBF in Asia and other countries / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.3.1. PBF supported by Japan's ODA / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.3.2. Other PBF / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.4. The success and failure of the past PBF / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.4.1. Criteria for success / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.4.2. Lessons learned from the experiences of PBF in Asia and other countries / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.5. Transformation of ODA's role in development / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.6. The renewed role of PBF and the renewed role of ODA to assist it / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.6.1. The renewed role of PBF: Concrete measures and risks / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.6.2. The renewed role of ODA to assist PBF: Risk mitigation / Kazuto Tsuji -- 12.7. Conclusion / Kazuto Tsuji -- 13. Embracing Human Security: New Directions of Japan's ODA for the 21st Century / Kazuto Tsuji."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 7. The East Asian Miracle and Development Policy: A Twenty-Year Retrospective / Jin Sato -- 7.1. Introduction / John Page -- 7.2. States, markets, and the Miracle / John Page -- 7.2.1. The Miracle and the Washington Consensus / John Page -- 7.2.2. Economic growth in the 1990s and the Growth Commission / John Page -- 7.3. The debate over Asia's growth / John Page -- 7.4. How durable were the policy lessons? / John Page -- 7.4.1. Getting the fundamentals right / John Page -- 7.4.2. The role of manufactured exports / John Page -- 7.4.3. Industrial policy / John Page -- 7.5. The Miracle and the donors: Did anyone listen? / John Page -- 7.5.1. Misplaced goals: Education and infrastructure / John Page -- 7.5.2. National ownership of development strategy / John Page -- 7.5.3. Flexibility and experimentation / John Page -- 7.6. Conclusions / John Page -- 8. Japan, Korea, and China: Styles of ODA in East Asia / John Page."@en ;
    schema:description "Once the world's largest ODA provider, contemporary Japan seems much less visible in international development. However, this book demonstrates that Japan, with its own aid philosophy, experiences, and models of aid, has ample lessons to offer to the international community as the latter seeks new paradigms of development cooperation."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 19. New Actors, New Instruments, New Priorities: Toward a Sustainable Development Transformation / Tony Addison / Finn Tarp -- 19.1. Introduction / Julie Biau / Homi Kharas -- 19.2. The changing global context for development / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau -- 19.3. The post-2015 debate / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau -- 19.4. Universality and consensus building in post-2015 / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau -- 19.5. Financing the post-2015 agenda / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau -- 19.6. Transparency, accountability, and burden sharing / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau -- 19.7. Japan and the future of international cooperation / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau -- 20. NGOs and Japan's ODA: Critical Views and Advocacy / Homi Kharas / Julie Biau -- 20.1. Introduction / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.2. Beginning of ODA advocacy by NGOs in the 1980s / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.2.1. PARC's "no aid" / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.2.2. First organized advocacy by REAL / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.2.3. REAL's descendants / Masaaki Ohashi."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 5.3.2. Three major domestic stakeholders / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.3.3. The revised charter: An attempt of soft landing / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.4. Changes and continuity under the ODA Charter / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.4.1. The rise and fall of "negative linkage" / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.4.2. Stable geographical and sectoral distribution / Yasutami Shimomura -- 5.5. Opportunities and challenges / Yasutami Shimomura -- 6. The Benefits of Unification Failure: Re-examining the Evolution of Economic Cooperation in Japan / Yasutami Shimomura -- 6.1. Degree of centralization / Jin Sato -- 6.2. Literature review / Jin Sato -- 6.3. Unrealized demands of administrative unity / Jin Sato -- 6.3.1. Pressures from the business community / Jin Sato -- 6.3.2. Initiatives within the government / Jin Sato -- 6.4. Discussion: The benefits of a multi-centric system / Jin Sato -- 6.5. Conclusion and implications / Jin Sato."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 1.3.3. Request-based principle / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.3.4. Asia-centered / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.3.5. Emphasis on economic infrastructure / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.3.6. Poverty reduction versus economic take-off / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.3.7. Emphasis on human resource development and field orientation / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.3.8. Broad-based support for implementation / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.4. Examples of landmark projects / Hiroshi Kato -- 1.5. Conclusion / Hiroshi Kato -- 2. Japan's Engagement with Multilateral Development Banks: Do Their Professional Paths Really Cross? / Hiroshi Kato -- 2.1. Japan's historical contribution to MDBs / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 2.2. Japan and MDBs: Chronicle / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 2.2.1.1950s, 1960s, and 1970s: From large borrower to important donor to the MDBs / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 2.2.2.1980s: Further strengthening of Japan's financial role / Kiyoshi Kodera -- 2.2.3.1990s: Addressing new challenges / Kiyoshi Kodera."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 14.5. Agential factors and the political process / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.5.1. Youth association leaders and young members of the LDP / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.5.2. Policymaking: LDP and MOFA / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.6. Long-term institutional development / Yasunobu Okabe -- 14.7. Conclusion / Yasunobu Okabe -- 15. Japan and the United Nations: Its Past, Present, and Future / Yasunobu Okabe -- 15.1. Failing of charity diplomacy or unfailing strategic use of aid resources / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.1.1. Conundrum of Japan's assessed contributions to the United Nations / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.1.2. Implications of strategic distribution of "noncore" voluntary contributions / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.1.3. The United Nations as an instrument of Japanese foreign policy / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.2. Neorealist shift in Japan's aid policy and adoption of peacekeeping cooperation / Sukehiro Hasegawa."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 3.4. War reparations / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 3.4.1. The norm at dawn of Japanese foreign aid / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 3.4.2. Prioritizing infrastructure / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 3.4.3. Prioritizing the Asian region / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 3.5. World Bank loans / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 3.5.1. Introduction of foreign capital / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 3.5.2. Modern financial affairs learned by the World Bank / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 3.5.3. Modern concept of the consulting firm introduced by the World Bank / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 3.5.4. Effects on Japanese domestic policies / Mikiyasu Nakayama / Ryo Fujikura -- 3.6. Discussion / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 4. Japan's Foreign Aid: Institutional Change and Shifting Policy Directions / Ryo Fujikura / Mikiyasu Nakayama -- 4.1. Aid administration and institutional changes / Purnendra Iain."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 15.2.1. Juxtaposition of the United Nations and Japanese principles of self-restraint / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.2.2. Embryogenesis of Japanese staff / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.2.3. UN Security Council reform and contributing criteria for permanent membership / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.3. In quest of a constructivist approach / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.3.1. Human security and quest of ownership / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.3.2. Peacebuilding and leadership role in launching UN mechanism / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.3.3. TICAD and sharing of ownership / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 15.4. Future imperatives in the Japan-United Nations relationship / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 16. The World Bank and Japan / Sukehiro Hasegawa -- 16.1. Part I: The World Bank as lender to Japan, 1951-1966 / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu -- 16.1.1. Introduction / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu -- 16.1.2. Applying for membership and becoming a member / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 20.3. The peak of ODA criticism during the 1990s / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.3.1. Calls for ODA fundamental law / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.3.2. Formation of ODA Charter and questions about its applications / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.3.3. Criticisms and counter-arguments in publications of the 1990s / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.3.4. The first successful ODA advocacy by an NGO implementing projects / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.4. NGOs' resonance with global advocacy and international development frames from the 1990s / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.4.1. Jubilee 2000 / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.4.2. Global Call to Action against Poverty / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.4.3. Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness and Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.5. Advocacy for the recent ODA implementation of system reforms / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.5.1. Creation of JBIC / Masaaki Ohashi -- 20.5.2. Creation of new JICA / Masaaki Ohashi."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 16.1.3. Economic reports and lending operations / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe -- 16.1.4. Initial period: 1953-1957 / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu -- 16.1.5. Second period: 1958-1961 / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe -- 16.1.6. Third period: 1963-1966 / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe -- 16.1.7. Section summary / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu -- 16.2. Part II: A fully engaged Japan / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu -- 16.2.1. Japan as number two / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu -- 16.2.2. From tension to miracle / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe -- 16.2.3. One more stand / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe -- 16.3. Part III: Drifting apart / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu -- 16.4. Part IV: Quo vadis World Bank-Japan relationship? / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe -- 16.4.1. Interview findings / Shigeo Katsu / Yoshiaki Abe -- 16.4.2. Some suggestions for the way forward / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu -- 17. OECD-DAC and Japan: Its Past, Present, and Future / Yoshiaki Abe / Shigeo Katsu."@en ;
    schema:description "Note continued: 10.4. Looking back, looking ahead / Scarlett Comelissen -- 10.5. Conclusion / Scarlett Comelissen -- 11. Catalyzing Transformation for Inclusive Growth / Scarlett Comelissen -- 11.1. Introduction / Akio Hosono -- 11.2. Analytical perspective / Akio Hosono -- 11.2.1. Overview and key issues / Akio Hosono -- 11.2.2. Aid and economic transformation / Akio Hosono -- 11.2.3. Transformation for jobs and inclusive growth / Akio Hosono -- 11.2.4. Aid and transformation for jobs and inclusive growth: Japan's view / Akio Hosono -- 11.3. Outstanding cases of economic transformation for jobs and inclusive growth / Akio Hosono -- 11.3.1. Case 1: Prodigious development of Thailand's automobile industry: Becoming the largest hub of automobile export in ASEAN with a competitive supporting industry / Akio Hosono -- 11.3.2. Case 2: The Bangladeshi garment industry: Becoming one of the world's biggest exporters of ready-made garments / Akio Hosono."@en ;
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