Multilateral Development Cooperation in a Changing Global by Shannon Kindornay Hany Besada

By Shannon Kindornay Hany Besada

This quantity addresses the altering nature of the foreign reduction method and the demanding situations it poses for the multilateral method, donors and relief recipients, centring on new neighborhood and nationwide relationships constructing within the multilateral method, financial and social forces, and nationwide and international coverage making.

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Indeed, core contributions to multilateral agencies as a share of ODA, which have fallen from 33 percent in 2001 to 28 percent in 2009, are increasingly being replaced by a system of ‘flag planting’ and the subsequent ‘bilateralization’ of multilateral spending (OECD-DAC 2011, 4). Earmarked spending, which is essentially funding restricted by bilateral donors for specific purposes, grew to 12 percent of total ODA in 2009 (OECD-DAC 2011, 28), exacerbating fragmentation in the multilateral system.

Finally, competition over ideas is rising. As Blomfield and Kharas point out, multilateral institutions no longer have a monopoly on development knowledge. New ideas and innovations for achieving development results are coming from NGOs, social enterprises and the private sector, emerging economies, and governments and people in developing countries. Secondly, despite the increasingly competitive environment, multilateral institutions still have an important role to play. Lisk, Kakkitil, and Bullaleh show how multilateral processes and institutions have played a key role in improving coordination in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

He is currently working on state fragility and its implications for aid allocation, aid and taxation, and income inequality. Franke Toornstra joined the IDEA International Institute as Vice President and Director in September 2010. He obtained a master’s degree in Agricultural Sciences with a specialization in rural engineering and water management from Wageningen University, the Netherlands. He has 25 years of professional experience in international development, and worked in academia, as a consultant, and as a senior officer for the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the World Bank.

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