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European Development Cooperation and the Poor

by Aidan Cox

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Published by St. Martin"s Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic And Technical Assistance,
  • Poverty,
  • Social Science,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Development - Economic Development,
  • Europe - General,
  • Case studies,
  • Developing countries,
  • Economic assistance, European,
  • Economic development projects

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9383752M
    ISBN 100312230540
    ISBN 109780312230548

    The European Development Fund (EDF) is the main instrument for providing Community assistance for development cooperation under the Cotonou Agreement. The EDF is funded by the EU Member States on the basis of specific contribution keys. Each EDF is concluded for a multi-annual Size: 6MB. This book analyses a wide range of hotly debated aspects of European development cooperation, such as the Economic Partnership agreements, development policy coherence and the participation of.

    The objective of the European Union (EU) development cooperation policy is to fight poverty and contribute to economic and social development in developing countries, and especially in the poorest ones. EU seeks to integrate these countries into the world economy and simultaneously promote the dissemination of democracy, rule of law and respect.   This includes the majority of countries in the prestigious Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), including its European members. In other words, if the US “poor” were a nation, it would be one of the world’s : James D. Agresti.

    A wide range of indicators on agriculture, development, economy, education, energy, environment, finance, government, health, innovation and technology, jobs and society. The OECD Washington Centre serves as regional contact in North America for the full range of OECD activities, from the sales of.   Despite the non-territorialised strategic goals of the EU Strategy, the long-term aim of EU Cohesion Policy to promote harmonious development of the European territory – social, economic, and ‘territorial cohesion’ – remains a central goal of achieving a more cohesive EU territory. This book examines the ‘territorial dimension’ of EU Cohesion Policy, specifically .


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What are the poverty reduction goals of the European development cooperation agencies. This book examines the credibility of their actual record in terms of their commitment and approaches to poverty reduction. The poverty impact of their aid programmes and their good and bad practices are assessed based on field studies in seven poor : Paperback.

Editorial Reviews. After reviewing the poverty reduction goals and aims of European development cooperation agencies, professionals from the Overseas Development Institute in London compare their actual record in implementing the goals, their commitment, the role they played, their identification of the poor, and how they allocated funds and planned Pages: What are the poverty reduction goals of the European development cooperation agencies.

This book examines the credibility of their actual record in terms of their commitment and approaches to poverty reduction. The poverty impact of their aid programmes and their good and bad practices are assessed based on field studies in seven poor countries.

John Healey, Paul Hoebink and Aidan Cox This book examines the record of the European development cooperation agencies in pursuing their poverty reduction goals in the s. It assesses their commitment and approach and the way they managed their spending and interventions to help poor people.

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The poverty impact of their aid programs and their good and bad practices are assessed based on field studies in seven poor countries. Annotation What are the poverty reduction goals and aims of the European development cooperation agencies. This book examines the credibility of their actual record in implementing these goals in the s; their commitment, the role they played, their identification of the poor and how they allocated funds and planned their country programmes.

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What are the poverty reduction goals and aims of the European development cooperation agencies. This book examines the credibility of their actual record in implementing these goals in the s; their commitment, the role they played, their identification of the poor and how they allocated funds and planned their country programmes.

European Centre for Development Policy Management Policy and Management Report 20 ISBN: The European Union’s International Cooperation. DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigationCited by: 8. International Cooperation and Development.

The Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development is the Commission department responsible for EU policy on development and delivering international aid. It is in charge of international development cooperation, adapting to the evolving needs of partner countries.

Perspectives on European Development Cooperation takes stock of such changes, describing and analyzing the new European development agenda, including the role of the European Union. Essays by prominent authorities in the field examine the development policies of individual donor countries and focus on the principles and objectives governing aid.

This book is about proceedings from the Third World to the South-South Conference, held in Beijing in Aprilon strategies of development, negotiations and cooperation pursued by developing countries in the last thirty years.

It discusses the principal elements in the global economic crisis. In European Development Cooperation, In Between the Local and the Global, contributors offer valuable new insights into the established aid instruments such as food aid, support for energy projects in Africa and security-related development assistance in the programmes of some smaller European donors, as well as an overview of these new donor programmes.

This book examines the record of the European development cooperation agencies in pursuing their poverty reduction goals in the s. It assesses their commitment and approach and the way they managed their spending and interventions to help poor people.

Perspectives on European Development Cooperation. Events of the past twenty years, including the Cold War and the War on Terror, have meant that the environments of international development co-operation have changed extensively, with dramatic consequences for development policies and North-South relations in by: Untilshe was a Researcher at the German Development Institute.

Her research interests include trade and regional integration in Africa and in the European Union's trade and development policy. Fromshe worked within the Economic and Trade cooperation programme of the European Centre for Development Policy Management in Maastricht.

the European Development Fund (EDF) into the EC budget might have implications for the size and predictability of aid to poor countries; besides its potential impact on aid delivery, it also touches on institutional issues (see EDC Briefing The institutional.

times, and when questions of European identity loom large in national debates. Research institutes and think-tanks have a contribution to make. That is why the European Association of Development Institutes has launched this project, on European Development Cooperation to. relations between rich and poor countries.

The emphasis now is upon development cooperation and here the European Community has already made an important start. In various gatherings, notably those of the United N::~tions and the Conference on Inter­ national Economic Cooperation (CIEC)-the so-called 'North-South Dialogue'-theFile Size: 1MB.ECDPM works to improve relations between Europe and its partners in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific L’ECDPM œuvre à l’amélioration des relations entre l’Europe et ses partenaires d’Afrique, des Caraïbes et du Pacifique r European Centre for Development Policy Management No.

September European Development Cooperation.European development cooperation has been central to the European ‘project’ since its inception. When the Treaty of Rome was signed init provided for the association of colonies and overseas territories of the founding EEC Member States. European foreign policy, on the other hand, has been a late-comer and began informally.