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How to Manage an Aid Exit Strategy
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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • 1. The State of Aid
  • 2. A Short History of Development Aid
  • 3. The Development Aid Business
  • 4. Domestic Resource Mobilization
  • 5. Trade Liberalization
  • 6. The BRICS
  • 7. Regional Integration
  • 8. Microfinance
  • 9. Remittances
  • 10. Non-Governmental Organizations and Philanthropic Foundations
  • 11. Towards an Aid Exit Strategy
  • Notes
  • Bibliography

About the Author

Derek Fee holds BE, MSc and PhD degrees from University College Dublin and an MBA from Trinity College Dublin. He is the author of six non-fiction books and one novel. He was the EU Ambassador to Zambia and the EU Representative to COMESA. He is currently the Managing Partner of DevAid Partners.

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'To develop successful strategies and tactics for the future one has to know the present situation and that is not possible without knowing the past. To that end this book is a great help. It provides a thorough contribution to a debate that should not be limited to the in crowd of experts. Development cooperation is paid for by all taxpayers, who should all have a genuine interest in getting value for money. The same would, of course, be true for those at the receiving end of the aid.' Koos Richelle, former director general of the EuropeAid Cooperation Office 'Derek Fee's book is a must-read for development practioners and policy makers who are seeking a new paradigm to the conventional aid model, one that can work for the poor and that will lay the basis for aid dependent countries to exit from aid . The author dispassionately and objectively critiques postwar development support, particularly in Africa, which has been influenced by geopolitical and economic strategic interests. He concludes that aid, instead of bringing about sustainable development and structural change, has accentuated dependency and the retention of pre-independence social and economic structures. This is a marvelously insightful book on the politics and economics of the relationship between the aid recipient countries and donors of all colours.' Sindiso Ngwenya, COMESA Secretary-General 'I congratulate Derek Fee on his high-quality and extremely detailed book that has not only the merit to be an update on development aid but also asks pertinent questions on the future of our relations with developing countries. He does this with tact and success, based on his long experience of Africa. Derek Fee is one of those men, visionaries, open to dialogue, reforms and changes. I congratulate him on this most valuable book, which finds its place among all the lovers of Africa.' Louis Michel, MEP, former European Commissioner for Development

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