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Promoting Development : the Political Economy of East Asian Foreign Aid.

Author: Barbara Stallings; Eun Mee Kim
Publisher: Singapore : Springer Singapore, 2017.
Series: Development cooperation and non-traditional security in the Asia-Pacific.
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This book offers a new approach to studying foreign aid in the 21st century. While most analysts focus on the differences between traditional and emerging donors, Stallings and Kim here argue that a more important distinction is between East Asian donors and their western counterparts. Asian donors – Japan, South Korea, and China – cross the traditional and emerging divide and demonstrate a particular approach to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Stallings, Barbara.
Promoting Development : The Political Economy of East Asian Foreign Aid.
Singapore : Springer Singapore, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Stallings; Eun Mee Kim
ISBN: 9789811031656 9811031657
OCLC Number: 992574469
Description: 1 online resource (288 pages).
Contents: Promoting Development; Preface; Book Summary; Contents; List of Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1 Asian versus Western Modes of Foreign Aid; What Others Have Said; Traditional (Western) Donors; Emerging Donors; Asian Donors; Propositions; Asian versus Western Donors: A Look at the Data; Asian Donors to Non-Asian Countries; A Look Ahead; 2 Japan as a Traditional Donor in the Asian Mode; Historical Background; Goals of Japanese Foreign Aid; Aid Volume and Characteristics; Aid Volume; Geographical Allocation; Sectoral Allocation; Aid Modalities; ODA and Other Resource Flows. Aid to East AsiaAid, Organization, and Domestic Politics; The Aid Agencies; Relations with Government and Political Parties; Relations with Business; Public Opinion; Links with International and Regional Aid Systems; International Aid System; Regional Aid Systems; Conclusions; 3 South Korea as an Emerging Asian Donor; Historical Background; Goals of South Korean Foreign Aid; Analysis of Aid Determinants of South Korea; Aid Volume and Characteristics; Aid, Organization, and Domestic Politics; Links with International and Regional Aid Systems; South Korea and Southeast Asia. Economic Assistance to North KoreaSouth Korea and International Meetings; Conclusions; 4 China as a Non-Traditional Asian Donor; Historical Background; Goals of Chinese Aid; Aid Volume and Characteristics; Volume of Resources; Allocation of ODA and FDI; Allocation by Sector; Main Country Recipients of Chinese Resources; North Korea; Laos; Cambodia; Myanmar; Aid, Organization, and Domestic Politics; The Aid Agencies; Relations with the Rest of the Government; Relations with Firms and Contractors; Public Opinion; Links with International and Regional Aid Systems; International Aid System. Regional Aid SystemConclusions; 5 Vietnam as an Asian Recipient of Aid; Historical Background; Doi moi and the Changes in Vietnam; Foreign Aid and Other International Resource Flows; Volume and Allocation of International Resources; Major Asian Donors and Investors; Interaction among Donors; Vietnam and its Donors; Government Organization of Foreign Aid; Donor Interactions with the Government; Changes with Middle-Income Status; Conclusions; 6 Toward an Evaluation of East Asian Aid; Foreign Resources, Investment, and Growth; Foreign Resources, Trade, and Growth; Infrastructure; Exports. Supply ChainsSocial Investment; Conclusions; 7 Conclusions: East Asia and the Future of Foreign Aid; An East Asian Mode of Foreign Aid; Development and Integration in East Asia; Export of the Asian Development Model; Evaluation of East Asian Aid; East Asia and the Future of Foreign Aid; References; Books and Articles; Websites; Index.
Series Title: Development cooperation and non-traditional security in the Asia-Pacific.

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