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Author Stokke, Olav, 1934-
Title International development assistance : policy drivers and performance / Olav Stokke.
Imprint Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]
2019.

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Author Stokke, Olav, 1934-
Series EADI global development series.
EADI global development. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2014033125
Subject Economic assistance -- History.
OECD countries -- Foreign economic relations.
Description 1 online resource (1 volume).
polychrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1003
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed March 15, 2019).
Contents Intro; Preface and Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Tables; Part I: Searching for the Policy Drivers of ODA; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1 What the Study is About-The Main Questions Posed; 2 Analytical Frameworks; 3 Methods and Main Sources; 4 Organization; References; Part II: International ODA Targets, Their Follow-Up and Real Value to Recipients; Chapter 2: The Evolving International Volume Targets; 1 The Origin and First Version of the 1% Target; 2 OECD Takes Command; 3 The Volume Targets of Subsequent UN Development Decades; 4 The Millennium Development Goals and the ODA Volume Target
Chapter 5: Denmark: The Pragmatic Frontrunner1 The Beginning; 2 Volume Targets and Their Follow-Up; 3 Main Justifications for the Provision of ODA: Stated Purposes, Objectives and Principles; Predominant Stated Objectives; The Predominant Stated Principle: Aid Should be Adapted to the Wishes of Recipients; 4 Concern for Danish Economic Interests; 5 Consensus-Seeking; 6 Opinion Polls Impact on Policies-But Not Necessarily Decisively; 7 ODA as a Foreign Policy Instrument: Active Internationalism in the 1990s and International Activism in the New Century
8 Denmark's Aid Policy: Mainly Driven by Values? Extracts from the Discourse9 Summing Up; References; Chapter 6: Norway: Altruism under Strain; 1 The Beginning-Foreign Policy Traditions and First Steps; The Kerala Project; Aid Policy in the 1960s: Objectives, Norms and Volume Targets; 2 Volume Targets and Their Follow-Up; 3 Stated Purposes, Objectives and Guidelines-And Their Follow-Up; 4 A Concern for Norwegian Interests-Business Interests in Particular; 5 Human Rights and the Environment-International Common Goods; 6 Public Education and Information on Development Challenges
7 Norwegian Aid Policy: Mainly Driven by Values-Solidarity and Humanism? Extracts from the Discourse8 Summing Up; References; Chapter 7: Sweden: Combining Domestic Values with Neutralism; 1 The Beginning-Foreign Policy Traditions and Early Steps; The Making of Swedish Development Cooperation Policy in the 1960s; 2 Attaining and Maintaining the Volume Target; 3 The Stated Purpose, Objectives and Guidelines; Stated Justifications and Objectives; Principles and Guidelines; 4 A Concern for Sweden's Own Interests-Business Interests in Particular
Summary This book provides a comprehensive search for the basic political drivers of international development cooperation, based on the policy and performance of the OECD countries from the early 1960s to the present. The author focuses on the stated and implemented policies of the four so-called frontrunners and the Western hegemon, scrutinizing the changing trends in the justifications, objectives and guidelines set for the policy and their evolving performance vis-a-vis the international ODA target. Through extensive research, the work examines predominant world-views, societal value systems and foreign policy traditions, in order to find the policy drivers that vary nation to nation and how development assistance has evolved globally. Olav Stokke is Senior Researcher at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Norway. He is the author of The UN and Development (2009).
ISBN 9783030062194 (electronic bk.)
3030062198 (electronic bk.)
9783030062187
303006218X
OCLC # 1089683894
Additional Format Print version : 9783030062187.