Klingebiel, Stephan

The Fragmentation of Aid

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Table of contents

1. Fragmentation: A Key Concept for Development Cooperation
Stephan Klingebiel, Timo Mahn, Mario Negre

Part I. Measurements of Fragmentation

2. Measuring Fragmentation: The Financial Significance of Aid Relations
Fredrik Ericsson, Suzanne Steensen

3. Measuring Cross-Country Proliferation: Towards a New Non-proliferation Treaty?
Lau Schulpen, Rik Habraken

4. A Composite Index of Aid Fragmentation
Daniela Buscaglia, Anjula Garg

Part II. Drivers and Actors of Fragmentation

5. Bilateral Donor Bureaucracies and Development Cooperation Pluralism
Erik Lundsgaarde

6. Fragmentation’s Losers: Who Are the Aid Orphans?
Elena Pietschmann

7. Fragmenting Aid or a Platform for Pluralism? The Case of ‘Vertical Funds’
Margret Thalwitz

8. EU Engagement in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Countries: Comprehensive Policy, Fragmented Operations
Mark Furness

9. South-South Cooperation and Fragmentation: A Non-issue?
Gerardo Bracho, Sven Grimm

Part III. Impact and Consequences of Fragmentation

10. The Age of Choice: Developing Countries in the New Aid Landscape
Romilly Greenhill, Annalisa Prizzon, Andrew Rogerson

11. Aid Fragmentation and Donor Coordination in Uganda: A District-Level Analysis
Peter Nunnenkamp, Michaela Rank, Rainer Thiele

12. Aid Fragmentation and Effectiveness for Infant and Child Mortality and Primary School Completion
Mitsuaki Furukawa

13. The Implications of Multi-bi Financing for Multilateral Agencies: The Example of the World Bank
Bernhard Reinsberg

14. Diversification in Practice: How Fragmented Aid Affects Renewable Energy Support in the Philippines
Jens Marquardt

Part IV. How to Deal with Fragmentation

15. Managing Diversity: A Partner Country Perspective
Elena Pietschmann

16. One Recipe for Many Cooks? Multi-actor Coordination in Post-conflict Countries: Benefits and Risks
Tanja Kasten

17. The United Nations in Development: Confronting Fragmentation?
Timo Mahn

18. How Serious Is the EU on Aid Fragmentation?
James Mackie

19. Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Reducing Fragmentation: Coordination in European Aid
Mario Negre, Stephan Klingebiel

20. Aid Fragmentation and Coherence: Is a More Integrated Approach the Answer to Canadian Aid Effectiveness?
Rachael Calleja, David Carment, Yiagadeesen Samy

21. Afterword—Fragmentation: A Challenge of Leadership
Erik Solheim

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Globalization, Poverty, Aid and Development, Development Theory, Regional Development, Development and Social Change, Development Policy

Publication year
Rethinking International Development series
Page amount
26 pages
Printed ISBN

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