Aid and fragility


References

Armon, Jeremy (2007), “Aid, Politics and Development: A Donor Perspective”, Development Policy Review 25 (5): 654-656.
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Baliamoune-Lutz, Mina and Mark McGillivray (2008), “State Fragility: Concept and Measurement”, Research Paper No. 2008/44, WIDER, Helsinki.
( link )

Brinkerhoff, Derick W. (2007), “Capacity Development in Fragile States”, mimeo, RTI International, Washington, in cooperation with European Centre for Development Policy Management, Maastricht.
( link )

Browne, Stephan (2007), “Aid to Fragile States: Do Donors Help or Hinder?”, Discussion Paper No. 2007/01, WIDER, Helsinki.
( link )

Cammack, Diana, Dinah McLeod, Alina Rocha Menocal and Karin Christiansen (2006), “Donors and the ‘Fragile States’ Agenda: A Survey of Current Thinking and Practice”, Report submitted to the Japan International Cooperation Agency.
( link )

Chauvet, Lisa and Paul Collier (2004), “Development Effectiveness in Fragile States: Spillovers and Turnarounds”, mimeo, Centre for the Study of African Economies, Oxford University.
( link )

Chauvet, Lisa and Paul Collier (2007), “What are the preconditions for turnarounds in failing states?”, forthcoming in Journal of Peace and Conflict Management
( link )

Chauvet, Lisa and Paul Collier (2006), “Helping hand? Aid to failing states”, mimeo, Oxford University,
( link )

Collier, Paul (2007), The Bottom Billion, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Coyne, Christopher J. (2008), After War – The Political Economy of Exporting Democracy, Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Duffield, Mark (2007), Development, Security and Unending War, Cambridge: Polity Press.

Easterly, William (2008), Reinventing Foreign Aid, Boston: MIT Press.

Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (2007), “Development-Oriented Transformation in Conditions of Fragile Statehood and poor Government Performance”, Strategies No. 153, Bonn.
( link )

Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (2007), “Observations on Service Delivery in Fragile States and Situations – the German Perspective”, Special No. 145, Bonn.
( link )

Francoise, Monika and Inder Sud (2006), “Promoting Stability and Development in Fragile and Failed States”, Development Policy Review 24 (2): 141-160.
( link )

Fukuda-Parr, Sakiko (2007), “Rethinking the Policy Objectives of Development Aid – From Economic Growth to Conflict Prevention”, Research Paper No. 2007/32, WIDER, Helsinki.
( link )

IMF (2008), “The Fund’s Engagement in Fragile States and Post-Conflict Countries—A Review of Experience—Issues and Options”, mimeo, International Monetary Fund, Washington.
( link )

Leader, Nicholas and Peter Colenso (2005), “Aid Instruments in Fragile States”, PRDE Working Paper No. 5, UK Department for International Development, London.
( link )

Lindley, Anna (2007), “Remittances in Fragile Settings: a Somali Case Study”, HiCN Working Paper No. 27, IDS, Brighton.
( link )

Klotzle, Kurt (2006), “International Strategies in Fragile States: Expanding the Toolbox?”, CAP Policy Analysis No. 1, Bertelsmann Group for Policy Research.
( link )

Manor, James (2007), Aid That Works – Successful Development in Fragile States, the World Bank.

McGillivray, Mark (2006), “Aid Allocation and Fragile States”, Discussion Paper No. 2006/01, WIDER, Helsinki.
( link )

McGillivray, Mark and Simon Feeny (2008), “Aid and Growth in Fragile States”, Research Paper No. 2008/3, WIDER, Helsinki.
( link )

Pingali, Prabhu, Luca Alinovi and Jacky Sutton (2005), “Food security in complex emergencies: enhancing food system resilience”, Disasters 29 (S1): S5-S24.
( link )

Reality of Aid Management Committee (2008), The Reality of Aid 2008 – Aid Effectiveness: Democratici Ownership and Human Rights, Quezon City: IBON Books.
( link )

Reality of Aid Management Committee (2006), The Reality of Aid 2006 – Focus on Conflict, Security and Development, Quezon City: IBON Books.

Rose, Pauline and Martin Greeley (2006), “Education in Fragile States: Capturing Lessons and Identifying Good Practice”, mimeo, University of Sussex.
( link )

Stewart, Patrick (2006), “Weak States and Global Threats: Fact or Fiction?”, The Washington Quarterly 29 (2): 27-53.
( link )

Stewart, Frances (2005), “Policies towards Horizontal Inequalities in Post-Conflict Reconstruction”, Working Paper No. 5, Centre for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity, Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford.
( link )

USAID (2005), “Fragile States Strategy”, Washington.
( link )

USAID (2006), “Poverty Reduction in Conflict and Fragile States: Perspectives from the Household Level”, Summary of Proceeding from a Conference held November 8-9, Washington.
( link )

Vallings, Claire and Magüi Moreno-Torres (2005), “Drivers of Fragility: What Makes States Fragile?”, PRDE Working Paper No. 7, Department for International Development, London.
( link )

World Bank (2005), “Engaging Civil Society Organizations in Conflict-Affected and Fragile States – Three African Country Case Studies”, Report No. 32438-GLB, Washington
( link )

References

Armon, Jeremy (2007), “Aid, Politics and Development: A Donor Perspective”, Development Policy Review 25 (5): 654-656.
( link )

Baliamoune-Lutz, Mina and Mark McGillivray (2008), “State Fragility: Concept and Measurement”, Research Paper No. 2008/44, WIDER, Helsinki.
( link )

Brinkerhoff, Derick W. (2007), “Capacity Development in Fragile States”, mimeo, RTI International, Washington, in cooperation with European Centre for Development Policy Management, Maastricht.
( link )

Browne, Stephan (2007), “Aid to Fragile States: Do Donors Help or Hinder?”, Discussion Paper No. 2007/01, WIDER, Helsinki.
( link )

Cammack, Diana, Dinah McLeod, Alina Rocha Menocal and Karin Christiansen (2006), “Donors and the ‘Fragile States’ Agenda: A Survey of Current Thinking and Practice”, Report submitted to the Japan International Cooperation Agency.
( link )

Chauvet, Lisa and Paul Collier (2004), “Development Effectiveness in Fragile States: Spillovers and Turnarounds”, mimeo, Centre for the Study of African Economies, Oxford University.
( link )

Chauvet, Lisa and Paul Collier (2007), “What are the preconditions for turnarounds in failing states?”, forthcoming in Journal of Peace and Conflict Management
( link )

Chauvet, Lisa and Paul Collier (2006), “Helping hand? Aid to failing states”, mimeo, Oxford University,
( link )

Collier, Paul (2007), The Bottom Billion, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Coyne, Christopher J. (2008), After War – The Political Economy of Exporting Democracy, Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Duffield, Mark (2007), Development, Security and Unending War, Cambridge: Polity Press.

Easterly, William (2008), Reinventing Foreign Aid, Boston: MIT Press.

Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (2007), “Development-Oriented Transformation in Conditions of Fragile Statehood and poor Government Performance”, Strategies No. 153, Bonn.
( link )

Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (2007), “Observations on Service Delivery in Fragile States and Situations – the German Perspective”, Special No. 145, Bonn.
( link )

Francoise, Monika and Inder Sud (2006), “Promoting Stability and Development in Fragile and Failed States”, Development Policy Review 24 (2): 141-160.
( link )

Fukuda-Parr, Sakiko (2007), “Rethinking the Policy Objectives of Development Aid – From Economic Growth to Conflict Prevention”, Research Paper No. 2007/32, WIDER, Helsinki.
( link )

IMF (2008), “The Fund’s Engagement in Fragile States and Post-Conflict Countries—A Review of Experience—Issues and Options”, mimeo, International Monetary Fund, Washington.
( link )

Leader, Nicholas and Peter Colenso (2005), “Aid Instruments in Fragile States”, PRDE Working Paper No. 5, UK Department for International Development, London.
( link )

Lindley, Anna (2007), “Remittances in Fragile Settings: a Somali Case Study”, HiCN Working Paper No. 27, IDS, Brighton.
( link )

Klotzle, Kurt (2006), “International Strategies in Fragile States: Expanding the Toolbox?”, CAP Policy Analysis No. 1, Bertelsmann Group for Policy Research.
( link )

Manor, James (2007), Aid That Works – Successful Development in Fragile States, the World Bank.

McGillivray, Mark (2006), “Aid Allocation and Fragile States”, Discussion Paper No. 2006/01, WIDER, Helsinki.
( link )

McGillivray, Mark and Simon Feeny (2008), “Aid and Growth in Fragile States”, Research Paper No. 2008/3, WIDER, Helsinki.
( link )

Pingali, Prabhu, Luca Alinovi and Jacky Sutton (2005), “Food security in complex emergencies: enhancing food system resilience”, Disasters 29 (S1): S5-S24.
( link )

Reality of Aid Management Committee (2008), The Reality of Aid 2008 – Aid Effectiveness: Democratici Ownership and Human Rights, Quezon City: IBON Books.
( link )

Reality of Aid Management Committee (2006), The Reality of Aid 2006 – Focus on Conflict, Security and Development, Quezon City: IBON Books.

Rose, Pauline and Martin Greeley (2006), “Education in Fragile States: Capturing Lessons and Identifying Good Practice”, mimeo, University of Sussex.
( link )

Stewart, Patrick (2006), “Weak States and Global Threats: Fact or Fiction?”, The Washington Quarterly 29 (2): 27-53.
( link )

Stewart, Frances (2005), “Policies towards Horizontal Inequalities in Post-Conflict Reconstruction”, Working Paper No. 5, Centre for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity, Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford.
( link )

USAID (2005), “Fragile States Strategy”, Washington.
( link )

USAID (2006), “Poverty Reduction in Conflict and Fragile States: Perspectives from the Household Level”, Summary of Proceeding from a Conference held November 8-9, Washington.
( link )

Vallings, Claire and Magüi Moreno-Torres (2005), “Drivers of Fragility: What Makes States Fragile?”, PRDE Working Paper No. 7, Department for International Development, London.
( link )

World Bank (2005), “Engaging Civil Society Organizations in Conflict-Affected and Fragile States – Three African Country Case Studies”, Report No. 32438-GLB, Washington
( link )