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Policy Coherence in Development Co-operation

Edited by Jacques Forster, Olav Schram Stokke

Routledge – 1999 – 512 pages

Series: Routledge Research EADI Studies in Development

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In the 1990s, a shared conviction emerged among aid donors that their policies should be more coherent. The drive towards increased policy coherence came as a response to a state of policy incoherence. The shifting grounds of policy coherence in development co-operation are outlined in this volume.

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European Journal of Development Research

"I warmly recommend this essential and insightful volume. The book is the first systematic and comprehensive introduction to the field…in addition to providing an accessible discussion of development aid and policy coherence, it also has a more general value. Seen as a whole, the book is a broad and wide ranging coverage of development aid in all its complexity."

Thomas Dam,University of Oslo,The European Journal of Development Research

"I warmly recommend this essential and insightful volume. The book is the first systematic and comprehensive introduction to the field of policy coherence in development co-operation. In addition to providing an accessible discussion of development aid and policy coherence, it also has a more general value. Seen as a whole, the book is a broad and wide ranging coverage of development aid in all its complexity

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Name: Policy Coherence in Development Co-operation (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Jacques Forster, Olav Schram Stokke. In the 1990s, a shared conviction emerged among aid donors that their policies should be more coherent. The drive towards increased policy coherence came as a response to a state of policy incoherence. The shifting grounds of policy coherence in...
Categories: Development Studies