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Author Jerve, Alf Morten

Title Aid relationships in Asia : exploring ownership in Japanese and Nordic aid / edited by Alf Morten Jerve, Yasutami Shimomura, Annette Skovsted Hansen
Published New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2008
London : Palgrave Macmillan UK : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008
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Description 1 online resource (xx, 237 pages) : illustrations
Contents PART I: THE CONCEPT OF OWNERSHIP IN THE AID DEBATE -- Introduction: Conceptualising Ownership in Aid Relations; A.M. Jerve & A.S. Hansen -- Donor-Recipient Relationships in the Aid Effectiveness Debate; M. Nissanke -- Ownership of What? Beyond National Poverty Strategies and Aid Harmonisation in the Case of Vietnam; I. Ohno & K. Ohno -- PART II: AID RELATIONS WHERE AID DOMINATES -- Laos: Contestation of National Ownership -- the Role of Aid Relations and the Case of the Electricity Sector; S. Robert & H.S. Marcussen -- Sri Lanka: Exploring 'Ownership' of Aid-Funded Projects: A Comparative Study of Japanese, Norwegian and Swedish Project Aid; A.M. Jerve, W.D. Lakshman & P. Ratnayake -- Mongolia: Unpredictable Ownership -- Comparing a Japanese and a Swedish Funded Project in Mongolia; L. Luvsanjamts & M.SĖ˛derberg -- Nepal and Its Donors -- Partners in Learning to Cope; S. Sharma, A.S. Hansen, T. Fujikura & J. Koponen -- PART III: AID RELATIONS WHERE AID IS MARGINAL -- China: How Size Matters -- A Comparative Study of Ownership in Japanese and Swedish Aid Projects; L. He & M.SĖ˛derberg -- Thailand: Legitimacy and Aid Recipient Ownership -- the Case of the Export Promotion Strategy; Y. Shimomura -- Vietnam: The Making of Recipient Ownership and Responses to Swedish and Japanese Aid; L.T. Forsberg -- Thailand: What Makes Recipient Ownership? A Comparative Study of Japanese and Danish Aid to Environmental Conservation; S. Wajjwalku & E. Tasarika
Introduction: conceptualising ownership in aid relations / Alf Morten Jerve and Annette Skovsted Hansen -- Donor-recipient relationships in the aid effectiveness debate / Machiko Nissanke -- Ownership of what?: beyond national poverty strategies and aid harmonisation in the case of Vietnam / Izumi Ohno and Kenichi Ohno -- Laos: contestation of national ownership -- the role of aid relations and the case of the electricity sector / Stephanie Robert and Henrik Secher Marcussen-- Sri Lanka: exploring 'ownership' of aid-funded projects : a comparative study of Japanese, Norwegian and Swedish project aid / Alf Morten Jerve, W.D. Lakshman and Piyadasa Ratnayake -- Mongolia: unpredictable ownership -- comparing a Japanese and a Swedish funded project / Lkham Luvsanjamts and Marie Soderberg -- Nepal and its donors: partners in learning to cope / Sudhindra Sharma [and others] -- China: how size matters -- a comparative study of ownership in Japanese and Swedish aid projects / Liping He and Marie Soderberg -- Thailand: legitimacy and aid recipient ownership -- the case of the export promotion strategy / Yasutani Shimomura -- Vietnam: the making of recipient ownership and responses to Swedish and Japanese aid / Le Thanh Forsberg -- Thailand: what makes recipient ownership? : a comparative study of Japanese and Danish aid to environmental conservation / Siriporn Wajjwalku and Euamporn Tasarika
Summary This book offers fresh perspectives on current aid effectiveness and the aid relationship debate by providing a number of case studies of Japanese and Nordic aid relationships in various Asian countries, focusing on aid ownership and partnership at the implementation level. In particular, the book explores aid relationships from the perspective of the recipient, and provides a variety of cases, ranging from rapidly developing countries where aid plays a smaller role, such as China, Vietnam and Thailand, to more aid-dependent countries, such as Nepal, Sri Lanka and Mongolia. By offering a three-dimensional comparison - between aid-dependent and less aid-dependent countries in Asia, between various Nordic donors and Japan, and between aid interventions and relations at different levels (macro and micro) and stages (from planning to management of outcomes) - this book provides a comprehensive overview of the issues. Furthermore, with its many examples of aid relationships the book explores and deconstructs the concept of 'ownership'
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
Subject Economic assistance -- Asia
International economic relations
Spatial economics
Development economics
Asia -- Economic conditions
Regional economics
Asia -- Foreign economic relations
Form Electronic book
Author Jerve, Alf Morten
Shimomura, Yasutami
Hansen, Annette Skovsted, 1965-
Palgrave Connect (Online Service)
LC no. 2007039911
ISBN 9780230389175 (electronic bk.)
0230389171 (electronic bk.)