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Arab economic aid donors and recipients

Arab economic aid donors and recipients

trends in aid flows to the Middle East/North Africa, 1973-1989

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Published by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic assistance, Arab countries,
  • Economic assistance, American

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLarry Q. Nowels, Jonathan E. Sanford
    SeriesMajor studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1991, reel 8, fr. 1139
    ContributionsSanford, Jonathan E, Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination60 p.
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15458827M


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Congressional Research Service.]. Book Summary: The title of this book is From Recipients to Donors and it was written by Emma Mawdsley.

This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Zed Books and has a total of pages in the : In the Accra Agenda for Action (), donors and developing country governments commit to deepening their engagement with civil society organisations (CSOs).

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From Recipients to Donors book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Foreign aid has seen enormous changes in the last decade. In the /5. The existing need to work on Politics in the MENA countries rather than simply Aid; How recipients of aid in the MENA now have a ‘shopping’ arena of donors to choose from; The inadequacy and senselessness of the World Bank’s ‘post-conflict’ framework in the oPt in what is clearly a highly conflictual area.

Conclusion. This book offers a concise and detailed analysis of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) foreign aid as a main instrument in its foreign policy. Exploring the cultural factors that have impacted on the.

DAC).1 Whilst Algeria, Libya, Iraq and Qatar also provide aid, the major Arab donors are Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The other Arab countries are recipient countries rather than donors and not least major recipients of Arab aid. We analyse Arab aid in terms of motives behind the allocation of aid, absolute volume,Cited by: 7.

Engaging with Arab aid donors: the DAC experience Peter Carroll and William Hynes 1 The broad aim of effective engagement with non-members, including developing countries.

Better aid requires a broader understanding of the aid effectiveness agenda and a place for CSOs as development actors in their own right and as aid donors, recipients and partners. This book is a resource for implementing the recommendations on civil society and aid effectiveness emerging from the Accra High Level Forum and its preparatory.

This requires a broad understanding of CSOs as development actors in their own right, and as aid donors, recipients and partners. The book, How DAC members work with civil society organisations: An overview, examines why donors think it is important to work with CSOs, the ways they provide funds and the challenges they encounter.

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 : Emma Mawdsley.

Arab financial assistance to developing - particularly Arab - countries rose sharply between and but fell gradually through the s, owing mainly to weakening oil prices.

As a percent of GNP, however, Arab contributions remain the largest among major donors. This paper surveys the volume and distribution of Arab financing from to International aid has been provided to Palestinians since at least the Arab–Israeli Palestinians view the aid as keeping the Israeli–Palestinian peace process going, while the Israelis claim that it is used to fund terrorism.

The Palestinian National Authority in the West Bank and Gaza Strip receives one of the highest levels of aid in the –   Unfortunately, donors have not helped Somalia prepare for long-term infrastructural sustainability. Rather donations have fueled corruption and further weakened Somalia’s economy.

As a country, Somalia is one of the top recipients of aid in the world, with over $55 billion received since Historically, the country has slid into a.

Arab aid peaked in and since then it has fallen by 44%. Donors have shown a distinct preference for bilateral programs as tools for pursuing individual aims of the donors.

Hence, economic and political considerations are relatively uninfluen- recipients of having common political interests and religious ties to the Arab donors. When Saudi Arabia withdrew its ambassador to Cairo in late April, yields on Egyptian Treasury bills rose and stock prices slipped as investors feared Egypt would be cut off from billions of dollars of Saudi financial aid.

The diplomatic row, triggered by street protests in Cairo against Saudi Arabia’s arrest of an Egyptian lawyer, was [ ].

Emirates, when examining overall volume of humanitarian aid among Arab donors between and Unfortunately, available methods for tracking development assistance developed by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) Development Assistance.

Cash on Delivery is an approach to foreign aid that focuses on results, encourages innovation, and strengthens government accountability to citizens rather than donors.

Under COD Aid, donors would pay for measurable and verifiable progress on specific outcomes, such as $ dollars for every child above baseline expectations who completes primary school and takes a. Development aid or development cooperation (also development assistance, technical assistance, international aid, overseas aid, official development assistance (ODA), or foreign aid) is financial aid given by governments and other agencies to support the economic, environmental, social, and political development of developing can be further defined as "aid expended in a.

The data on this page was last updated September Read the related blog post here. The United States began providing economic assistance along and military aid to Pakistan shortly after the country’s creation in In total, the United States obligated nearly $67 billion (in constant dollars) to Pakistan between and   Political Aid and Arab Activism ranks as one of the most important works published on the involvement of Western and other transnational agencies in Arab transitions from authoritarianism.

The book fills a critical gap on the complexities of aid, especially at the practical level. The book dismantles the undifferentiated notion of a ‘democracy promotion’ through.

Similarly, the aid totals for Egypt and the West Bank and Gaza have much to do with considerations other than economic need. Other patterns and oddities are apparent in the list of the bottom 15 countries.

These countries tend to be very small. But most of them are high-income countries that nevertheless are net recipients of aid.

Abstract. This chapter scrutinizes the fragmentation of the OIC aid system. It is argued that this fragmentation is a result of the asymmetrical intergovernmental relationship between a small number of aid donors (notably the hydrocarbon-rich Gulf States) and a large and increasing pool of aid : M.

Evren Tok, Cristina D’Alessandro. The United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) gross domestic product (GDP) grew by per cent in the fourth quarter ofdriven by real growth in the non-oil sector and the rapid growth in oil production since October, according to the latest estimates issued by the Central Bank in March This was despite a slowdown in oil price growth, which grew by per cent in the fourth quarter of.

The international debt crisis radically influenced the approach of international institutions and donors regarding aid. Considered countries with “profound economic mismanagement,” as Jeffrey Sachs said, the aid recipients were asked to make substantial changes in their macroeconomic policies.

“Two ideas came to dominate: stabilization Cited by: 1. In the book, it is pointed out that most countries in South Asia view foreign aid as a long-term opportunity to cover their recurrent expenditures.

Therefore, this book is a “must read” for policymakers, academic scholars, aid recipients and donors in the South Asian : Sayed Nasrat. Against this backdrop, despite being official aid donors since the s and s and having contributed substantially to international aid flows (Manning, ; Mawdsley, ), Arab donors—Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE)—have rarely appeared in the literature on development by: 2.

Better aid requires a broader understanding of the aid effectiveness agenda and a place for CSOs as development actors in their own right and as aid donors, recipients and partners.

This book is a resource for implementing the recommendations on civil society and aid effectiveness emerging from the Accra High Level Forum and its preparatory. For each continent, this book provides 40 tables and graphs covering subjects such as trend in aid donors and recipients or distribution of aid by sector, completed by short texts presenting the main aspects of development aid for each region.

This book examines not only the perspectives of recipients, but also those of donors: Japan in the case of China, and the USA and the World Bank in the case of Japan. By bringing in the donor’s perspective, we come to a holistic understanding of foreign aid as a product of interaction between the various agents involved.

The aim of all these donors has nevertheless remained the same in terms of security, economic maintenance, political interests and humanitarianism. Insome of the world’s richest countries agreed to give % of their gross national income as official international development aid on an, annual basis [2].

International Aid and Democracy Promotion investigates the link between foreign aid and the promotion of democracy, using theory, statistical tests and illustrative case studies. This book challenges the field of development to recognize that democracy promotion is unlike other development goals.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in. His book (Navigation by Judgment: Why and When Top-Down Control of Foreign Aid Doesn’t Work) examines the optimal level of autonomy in foreign aid intervention delivery and the role political authorizing environments and measurement regimes play in circumscribing that autonomy.

He has had his work published in journals including. AidFlow allows users to visualize how much development aid is given and received across the world. It is the result of a partnership between the OECD, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and the Inter-American Development Bank, which all provide data to the AidFlow site.

The book reviewed here is one of the most beneficial examples of studies made on Foreign Assistance to the Middle East, especially for researchers who are intrigued by the question of whether or not the Arab Uprisings made an impact on.

receiving aid since the s, Egypt, Iraq, and Jordan have been the largest regional recipients, and the USA, UK, and Germany have been among the top donors. Citing vague signs of limited political and economic reform-and clear signs of increased corruption-Dr. Al-Mezaini challenged.

Downloadable. Major DAC donors are widely criticized for weak targeting of aid, selfish aid motives and insufficient coordination. The emergence of an increasing number of new donors may further complicate the coordination of international aid efforts.

On the other hand, new donors (many of which were aid recipients until recently) may have competitive advantages in. Downloadable. The paper performs aid allocation analysis using OECD-DAC data covering 20 aid donors and recipients over the period We improve upon earlier work in this area by employing inter alia the variable 'past outcome' measuring aid effectiveness in order to link together aid allocation and aid effectiveness.

In line with previous work, we also account for. For others, it is referred to as development assistance, international aid, economic aid, or, foreign aid but it is different from military aid (OECD, ). According to Source, the most basic definition of foreign aid is resources given from one developed state to another especially under-developed state.The process of providing foreign aid to the countries that need assistance require a specific knowledge of what makes the recipients countries better.

The incentive problems in foreign aid respond to the knowledge gained from what recipient countries need to improve their social and economic growth.Lumsdaine finds the developed countries adhered to rules that, increasingly, favored the neediest aid recipients and reduced their own leverage.

Furthermore, the donors most concerned about domestic poverty also gave more foreign aid: the U.S. aid effort was weaker than that of other donors. Many lines of evidence — how aid changed over time.