Foreign Aid Towards the Year 2000
Experiences and Challenges
Edited by Olav Schram Stokke
Routledge – 1996 – 362 pages
The post-Cold War international system is still in the making. This volume aims at taking stock of the effects on North-South relations in general, and aid in particular, emerging from the revolutionary system transformation occurring in the late 1980s.
International Affairs- "Stokke"s paper "Foreign aid:what now?" occupies a third of his book, and is an impressive and substantial review of aid in its own right."
Democratization- "anyone with a serious interest in aid will want to pursue this book at length"
Development and Change - " The volume will be of interest to aid policy researchers and practitioners"
Development Policy Review - " A good thing about this volume is that the editor and a number of authors have apparently tried to avoid the veiled, unclear jargon that at times plagues the development co-operation literature…This volume is valuable reading for any student or practioner of development co-operation"
The Journal of Development Studies- " Researchers on aid issues are sure to find something to interest them in this collection, and teachers may well find one or two papers to add to reading lists for courses on international relations or international finance.