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The Resource The Palgrave Handbook of Development Cooperation for Achieving the 2030 Agenda : Contested Collaboration, edited by Sachin Chaturvedi, Heiner Janus, Stephan Klingebiel, Xiaoyun Li, André de Mello e Souza, Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, Dorothea Wehrmann, (electronic resource)

The Palgrave Handbook of Development Cooperation for Achieving the 2030 Agenda : Contested Collaboration, edited by Sachin Chaturvedi, Heiner Janus, Stephan Klingebiel, Xiaoyun Li, André de Mello e Souza, Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, Dorothea Wehrmann, (electronic resource)

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The Palgrave Handbook of Development Cooperation for Achieving the 2030 Agenda : Contested Collaboration
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The Palgrave Handbook of Development Cooperation for Achieving the 2030 Agenda
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Contested Collaboration
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edited by Sachin Chaturvedi, Heiner Janus, Stephan Klingebiel, Xiaoyun Li, André de Mello e Souza, Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, Dorothea Wehrmann
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This open access handbook analyses the role of development cooperation in achieving the 2030 Agenda in a global context of ‘contested cooperation’. Development actors, including governments providing aid or South-South Cooperation, developing countries, and non-governmental actors (civil society, philanthropy, and businesses) constantly challenge underlying narratives and norms of development. The book explores how reconciling these differences fosters achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Sachin Chaturvedi is Director General at the Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), a New Delhi, India-based think tank. Heiner Janus is a researcher in the Inter- and Transnational Cooperation programme at the German Development Institute. Stephan Klingebiel is Chair of the Inter- and Transnational Cooperation programme at the German Development Institute and Senior Lecturer at the University of Marburg, Germany. Xiaoyun Li is Chair Professor at China Agricultural University and Honorary Dean of the China Institute for South-South Cooperation in Agriculture. Prof. Li is the Chair of the Network of Southern Think Tanks and Chair of the China International Development Research Network. André de Mello e Souza is a researcher at the Institute for Applied Economic Research (IPEA), a Brazilian governmental think tank. Elizabeth Sidiropoulos is Chief Executive of the South African Institute of International Affairs. She has co-edited Development Cooperation and Emerging Powers: New Partners or Old Patterns (2012) and Institutional Architecture and Development: Responses from Emerging Powers (2015). Dorothea Wehrmann is a researcher in the Inter- and Transnational Cooperation programme at the German Development Institute.--
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  • Li, Xiaoyun
  • Mello e Souza, André de
  • Sidiropoulos, Elizabeth
  • Wehrmann, Dorothea
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The Palgrave Handbook of Development Cooperation for Achieving the 2030 Agenda : Contested Collaboration, edited by Sachin Chaturvedi, Heiner Janus, Stephan Klingebiel, Xiaoyun Li, André de Mello e Souza, Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, Dorothea Wehrmann, (electronic resource)
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1.Development cooperation in the context of contested global governance -- 2.Maximising goal coherence in sustainable and climate-resilient development? Polycentricity and coordination in governance -- 3.Development finance and the 2030 goals -- 4.Transnational science cooperation for sustainable development -- 5.An evolving shared concept of development cooperation: Perspectives on the 2030 Agenda -- 6.The globalisation of foreign aid: Global influences and the diffusion of aid priorities -- 7.The untapped functions of international cooperation in the age of sustainable development -- 8.The difficulties of diffusing the 2030 Agenda: Situated norm engagement and development organisations -- 9.Diffusion, fusion, and confusion: Development cooperation in a multiplex world order -- 10.Conceptualising ideational convergence of China and OECD donors: Coalition magnets in development cooperation -- 11.Measuring development cooperation and the quality of aid -- 12.Interest-based development cooperation: Moving providers from parochial convergence to principled collaboration -- 13.Monitoring and evaluation in South-South cooperation: The case of CPEC in Pakistan -- 14.The implementation of the SDGs: The feasibility of using the GPEDC monitoring framework -- 15.Counting the invisible: The challenges and opportunities of the SDG indicator framework for statistical capacity development -- 16.Building a global development cooperation regime: Necessary but failed efforts -- 17.Failing to share the burden: Traditional donors, Southern providers, and the twilight of the GPEDC and the post-war aid system -- 18.Should China join the GPEDC? Prospects for China and the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation -- 19.South Africa in global development fora: Cooperation and contestation -- 20.Middle powers in international development cooperation:Assessing the roles of South Korea and Turkey -- 21.The SDGs and the empowerment of Bangladeshi women -- 22.Russia’s approach to official development assistance and its contribution to the SDGs -- 23.US multilateral aid in transition: Implications for development cooperation -- 24.“The Asian century”: The transformational potential of Asian-led development cooperation -- 25.South-South development cooperation as a modality: Brazil’s cooperation with Mozambique -- 26.South Africa as a development partner: An empirical analysis of the African Renaissance and International Cooperation Fund -- 27.Triangular cooperation: Enabling policy spaces -- 28.Achieving the SDGs in Africa through South-South cooperation on climate change with China -- 29.India as a partner in triangular development cooperation -- 30.Partnerships with the private sector:Success factors and levels of engagement in development cooperation -- 31.The role and contributions of development NGOs to development cooperation: What do we know? -- 32.Southern think tank partnerships in the era of the 2030 Agenda -- 33.Conclusion:Leveraging development cooperation experiences for the 2030 Agenda: Key messages and the way forward
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The Palgrave Handbook of Development Cooperation for Achieving the 2030 Agenda : Contested Collaboration, edited by Sachin Chaturvedi, Heiner Janus, Stephan Klingebiel, Xiaoyun Li, André de Mello e Souza, Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, Dorothea Wehrmann, (electronic resource)
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1.Development cooperation in the context of contested global governance -- 2.Maximising goal coherence in sustainable and climate-resilient development? Polycentricity and coordination in governance -- 3.Development finance and the 2030 goals -- 4.Transnational science cooperation for sustainable development -- 5.An evolving shared concept of development cooperation: Perspectives on the 2030 Agenda -- 6.The globalisation of foreign aid: Global influences and the diffusion of aid priorities -- 7.The untapped functions of international cooperation in the age of sustainable development -- 8.The difficulties of diffusing the 2030 Agenda: Situated norm engagement and development organisations -- 9.Diffusion, fusion, and confusion: Development cooperation in a multiplex world order -- 10.Conceptualising ideational convergence of China and OECD donors: Coalition magnets in development cooperation -- 11.Measuring development cooperation and the quality of aid -- 12.Interest-based development cooperation: Moving providers from parochial convergence to principled collaboration -- 13.Monitoring and evaluation in South-South cooperation: The case of CPEC in Pakistan -- 14.The implementation of the SDGs: The feasibility of using the GPEDC monitoring framework -- 15.Counting the invisible: The challenges and opportunities of the SDG indicator framework for statistical capacity development -- 16.Building a global development cooperation regime: Necessary but failed efforts -- 17.Failing to share the burden: Traditional donors, Southern providers, and the twilight of the GPEDC and the post-war aid system -- 18.Should China join the GPEDC? Prospects for China and the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation -- 19.South Africa in global development fora: Cooperation and contestation -- 20.Middle powers in international development cooperation:Assessing the roles of South Korea and Turkey -- 21.The SDGs and the empowerment of Bangladeshi women -- 22.Russia’s approach to official development assistance and its contribution to the SDGs -- 23.US multilateral aid in transition: Implications for development cooperation -- 24.“The Asian century”: The transformational potential of Asian-led development cooperation -- 25.South-South development cooperation as a modality: Brazil’s cooperation with Mozambique -- 26.South Africa as a development partner: An empirical analysis of the African Renaissance and International Cooperation Fund -- 27.Triangular cooperation: Enabling policy spaces -- 28.Achieving the SDGs in Africa through South-South cooperation on climate change with China -- 29.India as a partner in triangular development cooperation -- 30.Partnerships with the private sector:Success factors and levels of engagement in development cooperation -- 31.The role and contributions of development NGOs to development cooperation: What do we know? -- 32.Southern think tank partnerships in the era of the 2030 Agenda -- 33.Conclusion:Leveraging development cooperation experiences for the 2030 Agenda: Key messages and the way forward
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