12 edition of Aid and the political economy of policy change found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Tony Killick with Ramani Gunatilaka and Ana Marr.|
|Contributions||Gunatilaka, Ramani., Marr, Ana.|
|LC Classifications||HC60 .K4475 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 221 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||221|
|ISBN 10||0415187044, 0415187052|
|LC Control Number||98009572|
Aid and reform in Africa (English) Abstract. This book synthesizes the findings from ten case studies that investigate whether, when, and how foreign aid affected economic policy in Africa, and reveals the range of African policy experience. This chapter discusses the political, economic, and humanitarian motives driving Chinese aid. Concerning the political drivers, the Chinese government uses aid as a foreign policy tool, which should help the country to create a favorable international environment for China’s development, support the country’s rise to global power status, influence global governance, and reward countries Cited by: 2.
Studies of Western development assistance conclude that aid is effective only when recipients have good governance, measured as pro-investment policies, democratic institutions, and political stability, or when recipients lack strategic importance to donors. Underlying the theoretical frameworks in these studies is a common mechanism: compliance with conditions on aid agreements, Cited by: 1. This chapter introduces a critical political economy of health approach (and its social medicine underpinnings), which is used as the textbook’s guiding framework, contrasting it to dominant biomedical and behavioral understandings of health and disease. The chapter provides a historical analysis of regional and global increases in life expectancy together with case studies that demonstrate Author: Anne-Emanuelle Birn.
This book addresses these fundamental questions, which are at the heart of development. Policy making and policy implementation do not occur in a vacuum. Rather, they take place in complex political and social settings, in which individuals and groups with unequal power interact within changing rules as they pursue conflicting interests. The Political Economy of Development is an invaluable critical resource for students, policy-makers and activists in development studies. Kate Bayliss is Research Partner at the Centre for Development Policy and Research (CDPR) at SOAS, University of London.
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DOI link for Aid and the Political Economy of Policy Change. Aid and the Political Economy of Policy Change bookCited by: This book investigates this device in improving economic policies, based on a study of 21 developing countries, and regional studies of South-East Asia and Latin America.
Key conclusions include: Implementation of policy conditions is poor when donor and government objectives differ; The incentives offered by donors are inadequate to ensure implementation of conditions; There are deep-rooted. Book Description. The Political Economy of Africa addresses the real possibilities for African development in the coming decades when seen in the light of the continent’s economic performance over the last half-century.
This involves an effort to emancipate our thinking from the grip of western economic models that have often ignored Africa’s diversity in their rush to peddle simple. Get this from a library. Aid and the political economy of policy change. [Tony Killick] -- This volume looks at the effectiveness of conditionality in structural adjustment programmes.
Tony Killick charts the emergence of conditionality, and challenges the widely held assumption that it is. conferences devoted solely to political economy.
In short, it appears justiﬁed to speak of the ‘‘new political economy’’ as an important ﬁeld of current research and to conclude that this is not simply a fad, but an area of analysis that is here to stay.2 In short, political economy falls into thatFile Size: KB.
"Antonio Merlo has written an outstanding text on the economic foundations of political economy and policy analysis. The book is written in an engaging style with accessible models and applications to education, health care, and redistribution policy.", David P. Baron, Davis S. and Ann M. Barlow Professor Emeritus of Political Economy and Strategy, Stanford University, USAAuthor: Antonio Merlo.
litical economy of aid and then develop a number of hypotheses derived from this theory. THE DOMESTIC POLITICS OF FOREIGN AID: ECONOMIC INTERESTS AND IDEOLOGY Unlike trade or immigration policy, a standard refrain about foreign aid is that it is a policy not supported by any constituency (e.g.
Lancaster, ). Aid and Politics To understand how aid works we need to study the relationship between aid and politics.
Political and legal institutions play a central role in setting the environment that can nurture prosperity and eco-nomic growth. Foreign aid, especially when there is a lot of it, affects how institutions function and how they Size: KB.
The Political Economy of Change attempts to remedy these shortcomings by expanding the limits of social science analysis to deal with problems of allocation and productivity in all spheres of public choice, not just the economic by: They came to the conclusion that aid money is given in many cases as an incentive to change policy, and for political reasons, which in many cases can be less efficient than the optimal condition.
They agree that bad policy is detrimental to economic growth, which is a key component of poverty reduction, but have found that aid dollars do not. This work looks not so much at the obstacles to reform as the ways to get around them through imaginative management.
The proper setting of an agenda for action, the process of making decisions and the implementation of reform are all analyzed in depth.
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This class will survey both the major policy issues in the developing world today, and the political economy literature. The class seeks to inform students of the historical and contemporary dynamics of economic development, with a focus on political issues. The developing countries are undergoing a period of heightened.
Australia – present a set of important research findings and policy recommendations on the political economy of development in sub-Saharan Africa. We have taken a deliberate decision to do this jointly.1 This is unusual. Normally researchers disagree. We like academic controversies and even make a File Size: KB.
Since Egypt has been trying to expand the role of marked forces in its economy in the hopes of spurring growth. Yet real policy change has been painfully slow and the Egyptian economy is. Reviews "Antonio Merlo has written an outstanding text on the economic foundations of political economy and policy analysis.
The book is written in an engaging style with accessible models and applications to education, health care, and redistribution policy.", David P. Baron, Davis S. and Ann M. Barlow Professor Emeritus of Political Economy and Strategy, Stanford University, USA.
Political economy analysis is a powerful tool for improving the effectiveness of aid. Bridging the traditional concerns of politics and economics, it focuses on how power and identify opportunities for leveraging policy change and supporting reform.
By the role that donors play as political actors, as well as providers of aid. Good quality. North and South in the World Political Economy is a superb guide for the study of the critical North-South relations in this century.
The authoritative, well thought out, effectively researched, and successfully integrated chapters present a full account of the broad set of problems that face today’s decision makers in both regions. This book presents an original approach to understanding the relationship between official aid agencies and aid-receiving African governments.
The first part provides a challenge to the hazy official claims of aid donors that they have stopped trying to force African governments to do what 'we' think is best for 'them' and instead are now promoting African 'ownership' of the policies and.PUTTING POLITICAL ECONOmY TO USE IN AID POLICIES analysis.
Recent controversies over budget support arrangements to regimes engaged in foreign military operations (such as Rwanda) or found to be practising corruption (such as Uganda) illustrate how government agencies may feel the impact of conflicting policy principles.International Political Economy in Context: Individual Choices, Global Effects is the one book that really renders effective treatments of the Big Ideas that shaped the political economy of the world over the past two centuries.
Without that context one cannot possibly hope to understand what is happening today.”.