OECD Development Centre Working Papers

ISSN :
1815-1949 (en ligne)
DOI :
10.1787/18151949
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The OECD Development Centre links OECD members with developing and emerging economies and fosters debate and discussion to seek creative policy solutions to emerging global issues and development challenges. This series of working papers is intended to disseminate the OECD Development Centre’s research findings rapidly among specialists in the field concerned. These papers are generally available in the original English or French, with a summary in the other language.
 

Recalibrating Development Co-operation

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Auteur(s):
Myriam Dahman Saidi, Christina Wolf
Date de publication
01 jui 2011
Bibliographic information
N°:
302
Pages
46
DOI
10.1787/5kg83kvgnz0v-en

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With the recent boost of emerging economies in African economic relations, a different philosophy of development co-operation is progressively gaining momentum. Indeed, there are critical differences in the way development co-operation is provided by traditional and emerging partners. For the latter, aid is only one element of a broader economic engagement toolbox. These new realties on the ground mark a qualitative change in the provision of development co-operation both in terms of sectoral allocation and modalities of delivery, which in turn impacts on outcomes as well as the challenges for the recipient countries. We evaluate concerns often raised in this respect (e.g. the lack of policy conditionality destroying Western efforts to promote better governance) and stress that a new set of challenges emerges for African governments in the light of these different engagement modalities. The challenges for African governments to make the most of the new modes of co-operation could be summarised as follows: i) to define a clear strategy; ii) to ensure maintenance; and iii) to enhance their bargaining position.
Mots-clés:
development co-operation, emerging partners
Classification JEL:
  • F21: International Economics / International Factor Movements and International Business / International Investment; Long-Term Capital Movements
  • F3: International Economics / International Finance
  • O16: Economic Development, Technological Change, and Growth / Economic Development / Financial Markets; Saving and Capital Investment; Corporate Finance and Governance
  • O19: Economic Development, Technological Change, and Growth / Economic Development / International Linkages to Development; Role of International Organizations
  • O55: Economic Development, Technological Change, and Growth / Economywide Country Studies / Africa
  • Q3: Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics / Nonrenewable Resources and Conservation