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Author Klingebiel, Stephan.

Title Effectiveness and reform of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) / Stephan Klingebiel
Published London ; Portland, Or. : Frank Cass, [1999]


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Description xv, 411 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series GDI book series, 1460-4175 ; no. 13
GDI book series. 1460-4175 ; no. 13
Contents Pt. I. Introduction -- Pt. II. Theoretical and Conceptual Foundations. 1. Effectiveness of International Organizations. 2. The Development Policy Debate on the Role of Technical Cooperation -- Pt. III. UNDP: Reform Debate, Reform Measures and Development Options. 1. UN Development Cooperation: State of the Reform Debate and Relevance to UNDP. 2. Need to Reform UNDP. 3. Concepts for the Reform of UNDP. 4. Measures to Reform UNDP. 5. Profile of a More Effective UNDP. 6. Positions of the Most Important Actors on the Reform Process and on the Prospects for UNDP's Reform. 7. Options and Scenarios for the Future Development of UNDP -- Pt. IV. Conclusions. 1. Introduction. 2. Conclusions for the Debate on the Effectiveness of International Organizations. 3. Conclusions for the Debate on Technical Cooperation. 4. Conclusions for the Reform and Effectiveness of UNDP and UN Development Cooperation
Summary "The study is intended as a constructive contribution to the current debate on the reform of UN development co-operation. It analyses both the main weaknesses of UN development co-operation as a whole and of the UNDP and the reforms that have so far been undertaken. On this basis it identifies the areas in which further efforts are needed if the UNDP is to become more effective in the development policy field. The study concludes by considering the political chances of necessary reforms being undertaken."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 343-381)
Subject United Nations Development Programme.
United Nations -- Economic assistance.
LC no. 98052087
ISBN 0714649724