From Recipients to Donors: Emerging powers and the changing development landscape

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Foreign aid has seen enormous changes in the last decade. In the early millennium, it appeared that donor nations might succeed in combating partisan interests, and commit to a new era of coordinated policies and practices. However, the last few years have witnessed a number of challenges to this model: the problematic intrusion of security agendas; inherent difficulties in harmonization and alignment; and difficulties in securing promised finances after the financial crises. One of the key challenges arises from the growing proliferation of donors, with the growing flow of development funds that are by-passing the official agencies and being directed through NGOs, foundations, private organizations, and remittances.

While reviewing all of these issues, this book focuses on one of the biggest challenges, the growth of so-called "New development donors," such as Brazil, China, Hungary, Korea, India, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Venezuela, and the United Arab Emirates. Some of these countries are relative newcomers to formal development assistance, while others have been active for decades. Their increasing visibility has been driven by: the rapidly expanding scale and scope of China's development assistance around the world; scrutiny of Islamic aid following 9/11; and EU debates over development policy alignment following the EU-15 accession in 2004.

Are the growth of these new development donors a positive or negative thing for development? From Recipients to Donors weighs the positive and negative effects before concentrating on the new donors direct "development cooperation" policies and practices. Drawing on the author's rich original empirical research, while expertly condensing existing published and unpublished material, this is an essential and unique critical analysis and review for anyone with an academic or professional interest in development, aid, and international relations.

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Emma Mawdsley is a Senior Lecturer in the Geography Department at Cambridge University, and a Fellow of Newnham College, Cambridge. Her work on development politics includes research on "whose ideas count" in transnational NGO networks; and emerging state-NGO relations in the 21st Century; the World Bank's World Development Report series; and the US's Millennium Challenge Account. She has been researching the "rising powers" and development cooperation for several years, and has presented her work in a number of academic and policy forums. This is part of a wider interest in the "rising powers," and she has co-led research and writing on contemporary India-Africa relations (with Gerard McCann), and written on China and Africa. She is currently leading a collaborative project funded by DFID to look at the public face of "foreign aid" in China, India, Russia, Poland, and South Africa. As well as research on development politics, she continues to research and teach on India's environmental politics.

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'Emma Mawdsley has written a rigorous, original and compelling account of the changing landscapes of aid and development cooperation. From Recipients to Donors is simply the best available account we have of these shifting geopolitical realities.' Professor Stuart Corbridge, London School of Economics 'With the international aid system in a turbulent transition, Emma Mawdsley's excellent book on the so-called new donors from the South could not have come at a better time. Her comprehensive analysis enables the reader to understand the role of emerging powers as they shape the future of international development cooperation beyond a western-dominated OECD-DAC.' Thomas Fues, senior researcher and head of Training Department, German Development Institute 'Emma Mawdsley provides a brilliant overview and perceptive analysis of the rise of the non-DAC donors and its implications for aid and development. This is an important and timely text.' Vicky Randall, emeritus professor, University of Essex 'The rise of China, India, Brazil and other "emerging" powers is challenging a development assistance system long dominated by wealthy industrialized countries. Emma Mawdsley's new book is the best guide yet to these changes. Equally adept with the language of theory and of practice, Mawdsley draws a smart, careful and nuanced portrait of a brave new world of donors and development partners. Powerful, well-researched and sensitive to the complex realities, this is the right book at just the right time. Anyone wanting to understand the complex new geographies of aid and development cooperation must read this book.' Professor Deborah Brautigam, American University

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