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From Recipients to Donors: Emerging Powers and the Changing Development Landscape (edition 2012)

by Emma Mawdsley

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The emergence, or re-emergence, of numerous nations as partners and donors in international development has become a subject of intense interest and analysis. Drawing on the author's rich original research, whilst expertly condensing published and unpublished material, From Recipients to Donors explores the range of opportunities and challenges this phenomenon presents for poorer countries and for development policy, ideology and governance.… (more)
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Title:From Recipients to Donors: Emerging Powers and the Changing Development Landscape
Authors:Emma Mawdsley
Info:Zed Books (2012), Paperback, 288 pages
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The emergence, or re-emergence, of numerous nations as partners and donors in international development has become a subject of intense interest and analysis. Drawing on the author's rich original research, whilst expertly condensing published and unpublished material, From Recipients to Donors explores the range of opportunities and challenges this phenomenon presents for poorer countries and for development policy, ideology and governance.

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