|Title||The politics of aid : African strategies for dealing with donors / edited by Lindsay Whitfield|
|Imprint||Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2009|
|Descript||xx, 401 p. : ill. ; 24 cm|
Introduction: aid and sovereignty -- Negotiating aid -- Aid-recipient sovereignty in historical perspective -- Understanding contemporary aid relationships -- Botswana: the African success story -- Ethiopia: retaining sovereignty in aid relations -- Rwanda: milking the cow? Creating policy space in spite of aid dependence -- Ghana: breaking out of aid dependence? Economic and political barriers to ownership -- Mali: patterns and limits of donor-driven ownership -- Mozambique: contested sovereignty? The dilemmas of aid dependence -- Tanzania: a genuine case of recipient leadership in the aid system? -- Zambia: back to the future? -- Aid and power: a comparative analysis of the country studies -- Conclusion: changing conditions?
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