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The Architecture of Development Assistance
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  11 jan 2013
Pages: 204 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264178878 , Code OCDE: 432012131P1
Prix:   €30 | $42 | £27 | ¥3900 | MXN540 , Frais de livraison inclus
Disponibilité: Disponible
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This book includes reports on Multilateral Aid, the Division of Labour and Aid Fragmentation, Aid Predictability to provide an overview of the key trends and developments in the architecture of aid.

Tables des matières:

Executive summary
Acronyms and abbreviations
Key messages on multilateral aid
Chapter 1. How countries determine multilateral aid allocations
Why multilateralism?
Balance between bilateral and multilateral aid
Limits on multilateral aid
Burden-sharing principles
What evidence informs aid allocations?
Decision-making models
Allocations to specific multilateral entities
How donors allocate aid to health
Conclusion and good practices
Chapter 2. General trends in multilateral aid
What is different about multilateral assistance spending
Historic high in total use of the multilateral system
Multilateral outflows
Multilateral aid heavily concentrated
Non-DAC donor multilateral aid
The role of non-DAC donors in IDA16 replenishment
Main findings for trends in multilateral aid
Annex I. Multilateral Aid
Annex I.1. Statistical overview of bilaterial and multilateral ODA
Annex I.2. DAC 2010 multilateral aid questionnaire
Annex I.3. Delivering multilateral aid in the health sector
Annex I.4. Core and non-core multilateral ODA
Key messages on aid fragmentation
Chapter 3. Identifying aid fragmentation
How is aid fragmentation measured?
Chapter 4. Current trends in aid fragmentation
Where does fragmentation occur?
Who are the “fragmenters”?
What is the estimated impact of donors’ concentration decisions?
How fragmented are multilateral agencies?
Chapter 5. Approaches to reducing fragmentation
The potential for rationalisation
How can donors reach average concentration ratios?
Conclusions and recommendations
Annex II. Aid fragmentation
Annex II.1. Country programmable aid
Annex II.2. Matrix of individual aid relationships between donors and partner countries
Key messages on aid predictability
Chapter 6. Overview of aid predictability and DAC surveys
Chapter 7. Outlook points to stagnating aid
Significant slow-down in growth of global aid
Focus shifts from Africa back to Asia
Population growth to outpace aid growth in low-income countries
Lower aid levels linked to phase-out decisions
Aid dependency is expected to decrease
Wide variations in shares of aid to priority partner countries
Chapter 8. Initiatives to make aid more predictable
Survey data proven useful for partner countries
Collecting more disaggregated forward-looking data is feasible
Survey data provide reliable estimates of future aid flows
Conclusions and recommendations for enhancing surveys
Annex III. Aid predictability
Annex III.1. Survey methodology and coverage
Annex III.2. Country programmable aid
Annex III.3. CPA by region and income group
Annex III.4. Predictability ratio
Annex III.5. Future CPA levels
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