Development co-operation: New perspectives from developing countries - Introduction for special issue of Development Policy Review

Jonathan Pickering, Robin Davies, Annalisa Prizzon

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    Abstract

    The nature of development co-operation
    has changed rapidly
    in recent years. Developing countries have access to a
    more diverse range of financing sources, including non-traditional
    providers of bilateral development co-operation,
    new or emerging multilateral and regional
    institutions, philanthropic organizations and private investors.
    These changes raise pressing questions about how the
    policies and practices of external providers of development
    finance must evolve, both to meet changing development
    priorities and to ensure that the overall development
    assistance effort from all providers is optimal. This article
    introduces a special issue of Development Policy Review
    that presents new perspectives from developing countries
    on the roles that development finance should play. This
    introduction highlights commonalities and differences
    among the articles contained in the special issue, and concludes
    with next steps for research and policy.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)01-09
    Number of pages8
    JournalDevelopment Policy Review
    Volume35
    Issue numberS1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Jul 2017

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