The Role of the State in Development Processes
Policy Coherence in Development Co-operation
Aid and Political Conditionality
Food Aid and Human Security
Perspectives on European Development Cooperation Policy and Performance of Individual Donor Countries and the EU
By Sheila Page
January 01, 2000
At the 1996 EADI Conference, the papers presented in the World Trade and Trade Policy workshop looked at the new trends in regionalism from a variety of points of view for different institutions. They considered the effects of regions, their implications for policy and performance in the developing...
By Lodewijk Berlage, Olav Stokke
July 21, 2016
First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
By Jacques Forster, Olav Schram Stokke
September 30, 1999
In the 1990s, a shared conviction emerged among aid donors that their policies should be more coherent. The drive towards increased policy coherence came as a response to a state of policy incoherence. The shifting grounds of policy coherence in development co-operation are outlined in this volume....
By Olav Stokke
April 01, 1995
Foreign aid has increasingly become subject to political conditionality. In the 1980s some institutions made aid dependent upon the recipient countries' economic policy reforms. Market liberalisation was the primary instrument and objective. In the 1990s such conditionality was brought one step ...
By Edward Clay, Olav Schram Stokke
June 29, 2000
Food aid is historically a major element of development aid to support longer-term development, and the primary response to help countries and peoples in crisis. This examination of food aid focuses in particular on institutional questions....
By Olav Stokke, Paul Hoebink
March 13, 2009
Events of the past twenty years, including the Cold War and the War on Terror, have meant that the environments of international development co-operation have changed extensively, with dramatic consequences for development policies and North-South relations in general. Perspectives on European ...
By Meine Pieter van Dijk, Roberta Rabellotti
February 01, 1997
Enterprise Clusters and Networks in Developing Countries analyses the functions and advantages of clusters and networks for small enterprises in developing countries.In the opening chapter the editors describe different types of clusters and networks and compare the diverse forms of external ...
By Meine Pieter van Dijk, Sandro Sideri
June 01, 1996
The completion of the Uruguay Round in April 1994 has not solved all the problems. The issue of regionalism versus multilateral agreements such as the Uruguay Round remains a crucial one, as is argued in the first five chapters of this volume. Successive chapters deal with specific issues such as ...
By Klárá Fóti, Laurids Lauridsen, Gerry Rodgers
January 31, 1996
Bringing together the work of economists and sociologists in research programmes in a number of European institutions concerned with development, this collection analyses how social institutions contribute to an understanding of development.It shows how labour markets, labour relations and ...