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The role and responsibility of foreign aid in recipient political settlements
P. Yanguas / Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre 2016
Political settlements analysis has highlighted the role of powerful political and economic actors in shaping institutional outcomes across countries. Its focus on national elites, however, risks biasing this type of theorising...
End the neglect: a study of humanitarian financing for older people
HelpAge International 2016
As the scale of humanitarian needs around the world is greater than ever before, the financing of humanitarian response is coming under increasing scrutiny. Data from the latest Global humanitarian assistance report show that in 2014,...
The Philippines` absorptive capacity for foreign aid
H. KANG / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2010
Aid from donor to recipient countries on per capita basis declined from the decade of the 1980s to the 1990s. The main reason cited for this decline was “aid fatigue syndrome”, which refers to the serious doubts about the ...
Financing the MDGs and inclusive growth in the time of fiscal consolidation
R.G. Manasan / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2010
The progress made by the national government in consolidating its fiscal position between 2002 and 2006 proved unsustainable as its revenue effort started to go down once again in 2007 after a brief improvement in 2005-2007. With the ...
Where next for social protection?
S. Devereux; K. Roelen; M. Ulrichs / Institute of Development Studies UK 2015
The rapid ascendancy of social protection up the development policy agenda in the past ten to 15 years raises questions about whether its current prominence will be sustained, or whether it will turn out to be just another development...
A Simple Poverty Scorecard for the Philippines
M. Schreiner / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2007
How poor are participants of development projects in the Philippines? This paper uses the 2002 Annual Poverty Indicators Survey to construct an easy-to-use objective poverty scorecard that estimates the likelihood that a participant h...
Development Banks from the BRICS
B. Barone; S. Spratt / Institute of Development Studies UK 2015
The BRIC acronym was created at the beginning of the 2000s to represent a group of four fast-growing economies –Brazil, Russia, India and China – and was changed to BRICS in December 2010 with the inclusion of South Africa...
Structural adjustment, labour and the poor in Pakistan
SR Khan; S Aftab / Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Pakistan 1995
In his much cited article, Huntington stated "Through the International Monetary Fund and other international economic institutions, the West promotes its economic interests and imposes on other nations, the economic policies it think...
China-Africa Joint Research and Exchange Programme: Forum on China Africa Co-operation (FOCAC): Drawing lessons for African integration from accelerated development in China
C.H. Vhumbunu / Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Stellenbosch 2014
What lessons can be drawn from the development experience in China to accelerate the African integration agenda? The paper identifies and analyses the main vectors of China’s accelerated development including economic, go...
Income and poverty impacts of USAID-funded programs to promote maize, horticulture, and dairy enterprises in Kenya, 2004-2010
M. Smale; M.K. Mathenge; T.S. Jayne / Food Security III Cooperative Agreement, Michigan State University 2012
This study conducts an in-depth econometric analysis of the quantitative impacts of three USAID programmes on household income and poverty in Kenya from 2004 to 2010. The analyses highlights the economic impact of the three programmes...
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Items 1 to 10 of 362

The role and responsibility of foreign aid in recipient political settlements
P. Yanguas / Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre 2016
Political settlements analysis has highlighted the role of powerful political and economic actors in shaping institutional outcomes across countries. Its focus on national elites, however, risks biasing this type of theorising...
End the neglect: a study of humanitarian financing for older people
HelpAge International 2016
As the scale of humanitarian needs around the world is greater than ever before, the financing of humanitarian response is coming under increasing scrutiny. Data from the latest Global humanitarian assistance report show that in 2014,...
The Philippines` absorptive capacity for foreign aid
H. KANG / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2010
Aid from donor to recipient countries on per capita basis declined from the decade of the 1980s to the 1990s. The main reason cited for this decline was “aid fatigue syndrome”, which refers to the serious doubts about the ...
Financing the MDGs and inclusive growth in the time of fiscal consolidation
R.G. Manasan / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2010
The progress made by the national government in consolidating its fiscal position between 2002 and 2006 proved unsustainable as its revenue effort started to go down once again in 2007 after a brief improvement in 2005-2007. With the ...
Where next for social protection?
S. Devereux; K. Roelen; M. Ulrichs / Institute of Development Studies UK 2015
The rapid ascendancy of social protection up the development policy agenda in the past ten to 15 years raises questions about whether its current prominence will be sustained, or whether it will turn out to be just another development...
A Simple Poverty Scorecard for the Philippines
M. Schreiner / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2007
How poor are participants of development projects in the Philippines? This paper uses the 2002 Annual Poverty Indicators Survey to construct an easy-to-use objective poverty scorecard that estimates the likelihood that a participant h...
Development Banks from the BRICS
B. Barone; S. Spratt / Institute of Development Studies UK 2015
The BRIC acronym was created at the beginning of the 2000s to represent a group of four fast-growing economies –Brazil, Russia, India and China – and was changed to BRICS in December 2010 with the inclusion of South Africa...
Structural adjustment, labour and the poor in Pakistan
SR Khan; S Aftab / Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Pakistan 1995
In his much cited article, Huntington stated "Through the International Monetary Fund and other international economic institutions, the West promotes its economic interests and imposes on other nations, the economic policies it think...
China-Africa Joint Research and Exchange Programme: Forum on China Africa Co-operation (FOCAC): Drawing lessons for African integration from accelerated development in China
C.H. Vhumbunu / Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Stellenbosch 2014
What lessons can be drawn from the development experience in China to accelerate the African integration agenda? The paper identifies and analyses the main vectors of China’s accelerated development including economic, go...
Income and poverty impacts of USAID-funded programs to promote maize, horticulture, and dairy enterprises in Kenya, 2004-2010
M. Smale; M.K. Mathenge; T.S. Jayne / Food Security III Cooperative Agreement, Michigan State University 2012
This study conducts an in-depth econometric analysis of the quantitative impacts of three USAID programmes on household income and poverty in Kenya from 2004 to 2010. The analyses highlights the economic impact of the three programmes...
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Integrated Food Security Phase Classification Website (IPC)
The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) is a standardised tool that aims at providing a “common currency” for classifying food security. By using a common scale, which is comparable across countries, the tool is designed to make it easier for donors, agencies and governments to identify priorities for intervention before they become catastrophic. The IPC web...
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