Between theory and practice of india’s development assistance

Between theory and practice of india’s development assistance

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Rejuvenation of development assistance offered by the Southern donors has changed the landscape of the global aid architecture in the 21st century. India has re-emerged as a global provider of resources for development challenging the post-Cold War status quo and significantly impacting contemporary international economic relations. While North-South aid relations have been largely examined by scholars worldwide, the South-South cooperation for development remains a valid area of research, compellingly addressed in this book.
The monograph is an original attempt at describing present development cooperation from the perspective of an emerging economy in a comprehensive and accessible way. It navigates the reader through the complexities of development aid discourses, theories, institutions, actors and modalities. Focusing on India’s contribution,
it examines the evolution and current state of both theories and practices
of development aid, confronting South-South and North-South perspectives. India turns out to be a fascinating and little known contributor to the global aid system since its very beginning.
The book will be welcomed by anyone interested in the global system of development assistance in general as well as in the place and role of India in this system in
particular.


Liczba stron264
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu
ISBN-13978-83-7695-601-5
Język publikacjipolski
Informacja o sprzedawcyRavelo Sp. z o.o.

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  Preface    9
  Introduction    11
  
  Part I: Theory    17
  
  Chapter 1. The concept of development    19
  1.1. Traditional views on development    20
  1.2. New views on development    21
  
  Chapter 2. The process of economic development    25
  2.1. Development economics (first generation theories)    28
  2.2. Indian responses to development economics    31
  2.3. Structuralism    37
  2.4. Structuralists’ approach and India’s economic policy    43
  2.5. Neo-classical resurgence: The Washington Consensus and beyond    45
  2.6. Indian contribution to neo-classical resurgence    53
  
  Chapter 3. The role of foreign assistance in economic development    63
  3.1. The concept of foreign aid    63
  3.2. Aid and growth relationship – the emergence of theories and models, 1950–1970    66
  3.3. Indian economists on foreign aid, 1950–1970    71
  3.4. Neoclassical growth theory and empirical examination of the aid-growth relationship after 1970    79
  3.5. Indian economists on the role of foreign aid after 1970    82
  
  Part II: Institutions     87
  
  Chapter 4. The evolution of the institutional framework of foreign assistance    89
  4.1. Institutions within North–South relations    90
  4.2. Institutions within South–South relations    95
  4.3. The UN System and Bretton Woods institutions    114
  
  Chapter 5. Emerging donors in the contemporary aid architecture    125
  5.1. The concept of global aid architecture    125
  5.2. Defining emerging or non-DAC donors    127
  5.3. Emerging donors’ classification    128
  5.4. Impact of the re-emergence of Southern assistance providers on the global aid architecture    130
  5.5. ‘Emerging donors’ – conclusions    134
  
  Part III: Development assistance    137
  
  Chapter 6. India as a donor country    139
  6.1. India’s foreign assistance from the historical perspective    139
  6.2. Defining and measuring India’s aid-related activities    148
  
  Chapter 7. Modalities and administration    155
  7.1. Grant assistance and advances to foreign governments    156
  7.2. Capacity building programmes    157
  7.3. Lines of credit (LOCs)    162
  7.4. Three pillars of India’s development partnership programmes – conclusions    165
  7.5. Administration – towards aid agency?    167
  
  Chapter 8. India’s assistance relations with particular countries    173
  8.1. India’s neighbourhood and Afghanistan    173
  8.2. African countries    196
  8.3. CIS, Caribbean and other countries in the world    205
  
  Chapter 9. Motives and effectiveness of India’s assistance    211
  9.1. The motives in the Cold War period    211
  9.2. The contemporary motives    216
  9.3. The assessment of assistance effectiveness    221
  
  Conclusions    226
  
  Appendix 1    234
  Appendix 2    236
  References    237
  Lists of Figures    261
  List of Tables    263
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