Ending Aid Dependence
Developing countries reliant on aid want to escape this dependence, and yet they appear unable to do so. This book shows how they may liberate themselves from the aid that pretends to be developmental but is not.
This timely book cautions countries of the South against falling into the aid trap and endorsing the collective colonialism of the OECD – the club of rich donor countries. An exit strategy from aid dependence requires a radical shift in both the mindset and the development strategy of countries dependent on aid, and a deeper and direct involvement of people in their own development. It also requires a radical restructuring of the global institutional aid architecture.
'Yash Tandon shows that "aid" is an instrument of imperialism's strategy of domination … which he strongly contrasts with proposals for "another aid", one rooted in the principles of international and anti-imperialist solidarity.'
Samir Amin, director of the Third World Forum
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Title Ending Aid Dependence
Author Yash Tandon
Foreword by Benjamin W. Mkapa
Publisher Pambazuka Press
Imprint Fahamu Books
Co-publisher South Centre
BISAC Subject Heading POL033000 POLITICAL SCIENCE / Globalization
SOC042000 SOCIAL SCIENCE / Developing Countries
BUS068000 BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Development / Economic Development
BIC Subject Heading KCM Development economics
GTF Development studies
Audience 01 General / trade
Audience Activists, campaigners, NGO-workers, academics, journalists, commentators
Credit Fahamu Ltd
Title First Published 01 September 2008
Nb of pages XIV - 144 p.
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9781906387310
Publication Date 01 September 2008
Main content page count 144
Front matter page count (Roman) 14
Dimensions 12.9 x 19.8 x 0.9 cm
Weight 244 gr
List Price £9.95
Nb of pages XVI - 143 p.
Product Detail PDF
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9781906387327
Publication Date 09 December 2008
Main content page count 143
Front matter page count (Roman) 16
Format Multi-item Pack
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List Price £17.90