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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

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Rethinking International Development series
Page amount
26 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137553577
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-55356-0

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